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Short video clip from the wider 'Cybi's Well' Digital installation I created for my DAR residency. The build is a little buggy at the momnet but will be available for download soon. 
Collecting 3D Scans, take while out walking around the Llyn Peninsula, Wales. These scans will form the basis of the virtual realm i am creating over my residency. The work will be centered around the majestic 'St Cybis Well', a hidden holy well with possible pagan origins Nestled amid trees in a secluded spot by the village of Llangybi. The Well represents a deep and spiritual connection to water, held by the ancient inhabitants of the area and is one of many holy wells which scatter the landscape of North Wales.  
Nicholas Delap is a British digital artist working with VR, AR, 3D modelling to explore themes of wilderness, re-wilding, and Post-Humanism. Through use of speculative simulation, Delap creates immersive and other-wordly virtual environments, sculptures, and video installations. Most often downloadable to the desktop, Delap’s 3D rendered works materialise as self-contained interactive environments that undermine the traditional boundaries between the human, the natural, and the technological. 
In his work, Delap explores the relationship between modern, domesticated technologies and wildness. Utilising hypermedia, Delap opens portals between discrete virtual spaces that aim to capture the magic and meaning inherent to their physical referents. His works operate on the logic of video games, emphasising embodiment and the inherent qualities of the virtual to offer unique and near-religious phenomenologies that root the viewer to the digital landscape. What results are paradoxical encounters through screen-space that richly enmesh the natural and the artificial in complex software assemblages that resist binary classification or simplistic understandings of what is 'natural.' 
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