It's "an interactive film which uses a Brain Computer Interface to collect attention data from the viewer and recombine into a real-time narrative."
"Every combination [of source material] you can think of went into this series. We just embraced the aesthetic defects and differences—creating an interesting visual texture."
"This is the story of a trailblazer who had to overcome sexism, racism, and mental illness to pursue her dream of being an artist."
"Virtual reality can give viewers that in-depth experience that is so needed to build empathy and, we hope, inspire action."
Göran Olsson's documentary uses long-long footage of Edith and Edie Beale 'to evoke memories in a contagious way.'