This creative work integrates music, dance and images, together with the use of simultaneous interactive effects generated by computer software, to bring a new multimedia experience to the audience. The music begins with a flute melody accompanied by the violin, the bassoon and the cello, and evokes a relaxing and blissful atmosphere. The flute then plays a fast staccato passage to show that the protagonist is embarking on a unique experience driven by her curiosity. The violin then plays fast syncopations to create a tense atmosphere to portray the protagonist’s pain and helplessness in a virtual world.
Is it good or bad for humans to have curiosity?
Best Creative Ideas Prize (Bronze Award)
Best Music Prize (Silver Award)