Candida Borges and Gabriel Mario Vélez.
The Transeuntis Mundi Project proposes to capture the sound and visual memory of people´s cultural expressions and places, to tell the story of the millennial passersby that have been crossing the world. It generates an archive of human cultural heritage.
It currently portrays the diversity of 4 countries from 4 continents, meditated by immersive technologies in transmedial works.
The expression Transeuntis Mundi comes from Latin, the lingua franca of the expansion of Western Culture. It personifies the human being who has been taking the adventure to discover and explore the world. Nowadays, more than ever, it has become more mobile and transhumant, endowed with more tools to create the memories of its journey.
Its methodology employs the documentation with immersive technology of pedestrians around the world. From this archive, starts a process of creation of virtual reality works, videos, photographs, sound landscapes, musical compositions and performance, with the aim to immerse the observer/spectator into an experience beyond their space and time of existence. In short, it is a combination of knowledge, innovation and poetics, supported by the processes of artistic research and mediated by transmedia technology.