MORPHOS Digital Dome Art Showcase

MORPHOS International Digital Dome Art Show
May 11- 12, 2018

We are happy to announce our 2018 programming. Our best year yet!

Friday, May 11th VIP tickets – $45
(interested in purchasing tickets, please visit the FCMoD website)

7pm       Doors Open.  hors-d’oeuvres and bar

7:30pm  International Showcase

8:15pm  Artist-in-Residence demonstrations

8:45pm  Producer, Ethan Bach presents keynote: “Future of Creative Technology”

9pm       Innovation Sessions. Local artists and engineers demonstrate their latest creations.

9:30pm  Music and Visuals by Alt Ethos

11pm     end



Saturday, May 12 – $20

(interested in purchasing tickets, please visit the FCMoD website)

6:30pm   Doors Open. Cash bar.

7pm        International Showcase

8pm        Artist-in-Residence demonstrations

8:30pm    end


Denver Arts + Technology Advancement and Fort Collins Museum of Discovery invites you to MORPHOS, a 360° immersive virtual experience featuring the world premiere of experimental immersive video art. MORPHOS will take the audience on a unique virtual journey from a moving digital diorama to exploring a balance between nature and technology. MORPHOS will have two shows; VIP Opening Friday, May 11, 2018 and show on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery’s OtterBox Digital Dome Theater.

MORPHOS art show will highlight immersive digital artwork from around the world beginning with an international reel of dome art followed by the MORPHOS artist-in-residence showcase. In its fourth year, MORPHOS will highlight international artists in residence new work as a culmination of their month-long residence. In Fort Collins, please enjoy the cash bar and special guests Alt Ethos providing live visuals and DJ mix.

2018 MORPHOS Artist-in-Residence:

Meow Wolf Sponsored Artist:

Elise Simard, Montreal

Until the Sun and Moon go draws its inspiration from live sound recording at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery. The film stands as a personal reflection about love; it seeks to think of our planet as a child, and to think of our children as little suns – and the indivisibility that ensues. The film has been built with hand drawn textures and animation.

Elise Simard is a Montreal based animation
director who also specializes in handmade special
effects. She has contributed visual signatures for
documentary features and animated shorts, and
enjoys collaborations with amazing filmmakers and
artists. In 2012 she directed My Little Underground at the National film Board of Canada, where she often takes part in projects and research. Her filmography includes the tiny musical Breakfast (2013), produced while in residency at the Aberystwyth Art Center in Wales, and Opening Hours (2015), an occult fantasy centered around the Jarry park in Montreal. Elise has been expanding her body of work through experimental and exploratory filmmaking.


Alt Ethos Sponsored Artist:

Huang Wei-Hsuan, Taiwan

Dust is a video project with Photogrammetry as its starting point. “Here existed” and “There existed” are the two main ideas of creation. The non-real objects of representation that was created became the beginning of a new reality.

Huang Wei-Hsuan attained his M.F.A degree
from Graduate School of New Media Arts,
Taipei National University of the Arts. His
works seek to create conversation between
audiovisual and projection, aiming to trigger
the imagination of audiences. He was invited
to participate in NTMOFA Digital Arts Exhibition,
YIRI ARTS Gallery, Nanhai Gallery and several other
events. His works were presented in National Theater & Concert Hall and featured in various theatre works. He is currently a full-time projection designer based in Taipei.


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