Immanentia, an interactive application, story and artwork by FoAM and Performing Pictures, is shown at the Japan Media Arts Festival in Dortmund. In Immanentia, the viewers are drawn into a world of Lina Kusaite’s patabotanical drawings of phantasmagoric trees and plants. The drawings illustrate the daydreams of a little girl found at the doorstep of a children's house in Rose Cottage Home in Dickleburgh around 1890. The artwork is created for i3DG, an interface for iPhones/Pods/Pads able to turn 2D imagery into 3D – creating a minuscule theatre-stage in the palm of your hand. i3DG is created and designed by Jitsuo Mase. More about the festival: