Shezad Dawood’s multimedia project ‘Leviathan’ explores the links between climate change, migration and mental health – imagining the future of a connected Baltic and Kent shoreline in a new, cutting-edge virtual reality work. The world premiere of this VR film is accompanied by a series of site-responsive collaborations with Estonian scientists, ornithologists, historians, musicians and artists that respond to the ecological, political and historical context of the Paljassaare peninsula, which is situated across from Kai Art Center.
‘The Terrarium’ (2020) is a virtual reality experience that takes the viewer 300 years into the future, where 90% of the planet's surface has become covered with water. Traversing Baltic ecosystems, viewers will meet organisms that have either survived or evolved through genetic mutations due to a changed climate.
Book a Virtual Reality experience here. Each session lasts 20 minutes.
Discounted admission 5€ for everybody on Wednesdays.