TDCS Hyperchange

Virtual Reality, Interactive Installation

Kirill Zakomoldin in collaboration with Lova Yu

TDCS Hyperchange is a virtual reality installation exploring sensations in the moments of hyper-consciousness related to climate change. Those are the moments in our daily lives, when we face difficult decisions, deep inner thoughts, doubt, guilt, pride, or regret. This installation investigates how our minds process climate influencing microdecisions. By entering the virtual reality world, we enter the introspection space, where we can experience and be fully present and address our unconscious.

The Daily Climate Show is an ongoing series of projects exploring changes in the climate caused by human activity. Through immersive and interactive virtual experiences, it explores ways of tackling the difficulty of acting and of understanding the impact of climate change.

Project's Team:

Kirill Zakmoldin, Multidisciplinary Artist and Designer

Kirill is a multidisciplinary artist, combining analog and digital mediums in his work. His projects take roots in Kirill’s position as an international designer and a frequent traveler, allowing him to study and experience often diverse perspectives. Those notably different outlooks allow Kirill to connect elements in unique ways while embracing his view on the subject.

Kirill’s work and interests span over a wide range of topics. They include various critical social-political issues which are often given form through high-tech experiments and multimedia platforms questioning on and offline realities.

Paul Staring, Multidisciplinary Artist

With my work I want to contribute to a world of conscious attention. I’ve been distracted for too much of my life, alienated from what really matters to me. I was a techno-maximalist, I used technology when it brought an advantage without weighing it against the disadvantages.

Lova Yu, Just a poet who likes to eat frozen pineapple

Development by Paul Staring
Photograph below by Fenna de Jong

Kirill Zakomoldin is a multimedia artist and designer based in Amsterdam, specializing in AR, VR, and new media design.

He has been working as an independent designer, artist, and curator on self-initiated and commissioned projects. He obtained a bachelor's in Graphic Design at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy.

Kirill is a multidisciplinary artist, who combines analog and digital mediums in his work. His projects take root in Kirill’s position as an international designer and a frequent traveler, allowing him to study and experience often diverse perspectives. Those notably different outlooks allow Kirill to connect elements in unique ways while embracing his view on the subject.

Kirill’s work and interests span a wide range of topics. They include various critical social-political issues which are often given form through high-tech experiments and multimedia platforms questioning on and offline realities.