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We live in a world of digital distraction and deepening division; how does digital art and documentary in its new forms help us navigate a better understanding and appreciation of our world and its inhabitants?

Subconscious Sensibilities explores the changing forms of non-fiction through experimenting with technology, showcasing the most challenging, powerful and potent digital artworks focused on non fiction from around the world.

Entry is free but on-the-day booking will be required for individual projects that use virtual or augmented reality headsets. In order to book onto these projects, arrive at the box offices on Tudor Square and Site Square (opposite Site Gallery) to obtain your tickets.

The following works can be experienced at any time during opening hours:

Algorithmic Perfumery
Clit Moi
Interactive Portraits: Trans People in Japan
My Mother’s Kitchen
Panama Al Brown: A Mysterious Force
To Call a Horse a Deer

Works that require booking:
Aftermath: Euromaidan
Another Dream
Common Ground
Through The Wardrobe

Subconscious Sensibilities Opening Hours:

Thursday 6 June: 12 – 8pm

Friday 7, Saturday 8, Monday 10, Tuesday 11 June: 11am – 8pm

Sunday 9 June: 11am – 7pm

Site Square (opposite Site Gallery) will host a 360° projection dome, featuring immersive screenings.

Find out more about Sheffield Doc/Fest and the full Alternate Realities programme on their website. 





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