Interactive + motion installation

Multidisciplinary collaboration

Two large creative grants

High Z is a project to create an interactive installation based on the 2011 Nobel Prize winning discovery of the accelerating expansion of the universe. A collaboration between a playwright (Naïma Kristel Phillips), two astrophysicists (Lara Arielle Phillips and Keith Davis), a digital artist (Mathieu Le Sourd), a visual communications designer (Andre Mūrnieks) and two dramaturgs (Yael Prizant and Sarah Elkashef), High Z blurs the lines between art, science and technology.

—To help fund futher development of HIGH-Z, a "trailer" was made to help explain the premise and the on-going efforts

—This edited video summarizes the phase one research and a workshop exploring the information gathered thus far