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Welcome to the Live Dome Performance “Omnejd"

Omnejd is a Swedish word which means close surroundings; the work is an immersive performance with spherical visualizations and live spatial music that takes you deep into an enchanting world inspired by nature. The performance allows you to relax during a journey through abstract images and sounds, from wide landscapes to small details of varied life forms and further into the depths of ourselves.

Book your ticket to OMNEJD

Live Performance for the Public
Wednesday September 20 at 18:00-20:00
Register participation via this form no later than September 19!

Live Performance for Students and Professional Creators
Thursday 21 September at 11:30-13:00
Register participation via this form no later than September 19

Note! The number of seats to both performances is limited!

During this event you will have the opportunity to first watch OMNEJD with a live performance and then learn more about how the artists create immersive multimedia experiences using camera-recorded moving images and multi-channel sound. Johan Lundberg shares the artistic process and answers questions. Moderator is Ahmet Börütecene, project manager and assistant professor at Linköping University. 

The artists Natalia Oliwiak and Johan Lundberg, as artists in residence at Visualizationscenter C and Linköping University, created the work OMNEJD for dome theaters.

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The event is held in English and there is free entry but with a limited number of seats. Please register your participation via this form no later than September 20.

Note: The event on September 21 is aimed at students and professionals interested in creating visual and soundscapes and artistic representations for the dome theater or other types of projected immersive environments.

OMNEJD was produced within the artist in residence program "Immersive multimedia art in the dome" organized by Linköping University and Visualization Center C. Funded by Norrköpings fond för forskning och utveckling (Norrköping research and development fund).

Latest update: 2023-09-12