Copious Cradle is a multidisciplinary immersive experience designed for the Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts' Extended Theater Class. Participants decode the sacred tablet by holding up the Mask of Copious to decode the ancient language. The projection's message and environment react to the participants placing the small figures on the Motion Stone sensor.
The project explores questions such as 'How do masks change our identity,' and 'How can we educate the unfamiliar?' Concepts such as surrealism, identity, and language.
Designed by: Marciel Reinhard, Elliot Starlin-Hintz, Mitchell Guynan, and Olivia Jenkins
Documented by: Mitchell Guynan and Olivia Jenkins