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DocLab’s Caspar Sonnen on the Viability of Interactive Art in the Age of ‘Zoom Fatigue’ – IDFA

Damon Wise Every film festival has felt the cold hand of the pandemic on its shoulder this year, but IDFA’s head of new media, Caspar Sonnen, may have felt it more keenly.

While others might have felt that taking their event either partly or fully online was in some way a step forward, for Sonnen it was always a step back.“We started DocLab in 2007 with a fairly specific goal,” he explains, “which was basically to take these ephemeral, non-tangible, undefined things that we found on the internet and, for 10 days, put them into a physical collective festival experience.

That was the whole idea behind DocLab, initially. Back then, we built a little website to collect the program and made it possible to see some of these projects in their.

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