Worlds of Ice

8th November 2022 Market Hall Dome Dome Experience Immerse Fulldomeuk
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WORLDS OF ICE invites us on a journey to the
farthest reaches of the solar system, travelling
through the dimensions of ice from the remote
territories of the arctic, to a scientific complex
nested under the South Pole. We experience it all
immersed in a kaleidoscopic igloo from which we

never cease to re-emerge, dazzled by the chroni-
cles of an icy wonderland to which Beatrice Deer,

a popular figure of the Inuit culture, lends her
unique voice.Thirty-five minutes of pure delight that explores
the two-way relationship between humans and
ice, this protean substance whose astonishing
dynamics universally affect biology, astronomy,
ocean sciences, anthropology, culture and artistic
expression.But WORLDS OF ICE also rattles us, revealing

how our disastrous human actions are responsi-
ble for the melting polar ice caps, and how close

we are to the tipping point of dramatic climate
change. A sobering reality indeed. Ice. Precious, and vital.Philippe BaylaucqTrained at Hornsey College and Saint Martin’s
School of Art, London, Philippe Baylaucq has
been making films for nearly 40 years. The
hallmarks of his work are constant formal

experimentation and a keen interest in tech-
nological innovation. Winning multiple awards

around the world, his films reveal a clear fas-
cination with an array of art forms. They en-
compass a wide range of themes and genres,

from interactive storytelling, documentary
and fiction to gallery/museum installations,
work for television and art films. Since 2014,
he has turned his versatile approach to the

production of immersive experiences. Follow-
ing Tempo, Aurōrae and Kyma, his fourth full-
dome production entitled Worlds of Ice, aims

to make the subject of ice more widely acces-
sible by combining scientific investigation and

artful storytelling. In parallel with his creative
work, since 1994 Baylaucq has contributed to

the advancement of the filmmaking profes-
sion, serving as chair of various boards in the

Montreal arts, film and cultural organizations. Beatrice DeerAcclaimed “Inuindie” pop star Beatrice Deer is
a Montreal-based singer-songwriter. Half-Inuk
and half-Mohawk, she was born and raised in
Nunavik, Quebec, in the small village of Quaqtaq.
Deer has put out six studio albums, including
her newest release, SHIFTING. Her Canadian
Indigenous Music Award-winning songs are
based on personal lyrics that blend indie rock
and modern folk with traditional Inuit tales
and throat singing. The recipient of a 2021
Prism Prize, and selected to be an Apple Music
Ambassador, Deersings in three languages:
Inuktitut, English, and French. A beloved figure

in Arctic Canada, she has performed every-
where from the Venice Biennale to Norway’s

Førde Traditional and World Music Festival to
the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona.Hubblo
Hubblo Immersion is a company that specializes in the distribution and the presentation of
immersive and interactive content in markets worldwide. Hubblo’s offering increases the
accessibility of immersive content to a wider audience offering them the opportunity to dive
into original narrative and compelling 360 degree content. Hubblo’s mission is to be the first
hub dedicated to 360° works, immersive installations, interactive experiences, virtual and
augmented reality, distributing and supporting their international presentation and thus

make the creators shine from one continent to another.

Event Dates

Date Time Venue Info
Tue 8th Nov 7:30pm Seated Available

Travel Information

Market Hall, Duke St, Devonport, Plymouth PL1 4PS

At Market Hall, we’re working on a dedicated place for parking but for now, it’s limited. We are an environmentally conscious organisation and encourage our visitors to prioritise green travel. Please consider getting the bus, cycling or walking to visit us. We have plenty of space for bikes to be parked securely on-site and one electric car charging point.

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We value the relationship we have with our neighbours so if you need to drive to Market Hall, please avoid parking on the pavements around the building or in front of people’s drives. Please make use of the car parks we have identified in the area that are all within walking distance.

When you arrive, please use the main entrance via the steps (Duke Street) or ramp (via Wall Street).

When leaving the building at night please be respectful and consider the people living in the residential area.

There are a couple of disabled parking spaces on site – please advise us of any additional needs so we can make your visit enjoyable and comfortable.


There is a wheelchair friendly entrance on the west side of the building. The Market Hall is an accessible building, with accessible toilet facilities, lift access to upper floors and an accessible bar. Blue badge parking is available at the rear of the building.

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