Holy Hymn of the Air

This project explores the relationship between religion and contemporary society by using 3D scanning technology to capture abandoned churches and other religious sites. The scanned images are then transformed into digital renderings that can be manipulated and combined with other religious imagery, such as elements from Renaissance art. The idea is to create a new, hybrid form of art that reflects on the changing role of religion in society and its impact on the built environment. Through the use of 3D scanning, the project seeks to document and preserve these abandoned religious sites, while also creating a new perspective on the meaning and significance of these spaces in the present day. Additionally, this approach to the art would be immersive and allow for a interactive display for the audiences .

Aiden Kasper Shabka, London U.K.                                                  a.k.shabka@gmail.com