Virtual Reality

“Original Narratives”: The Art Gallery at SIGGRAPH 2018

Every summer, SIGGRAPH conference is held in a different city, to present the highest level of creative technology, and research on the latest techniques of interactive, animation, VR, gaming, and real-time graphics to a global network of practitioners/users, artists and scientists. Since 1981 an Art Gallery has been part of the official program. Kathy Rae Huffman tells us about this year exhibition in Vancouver.... READ MORE...

Archaeology of the Screen

The exhibition Archaeology of the Screen is an international development of the curator project The Archaeology of the Screen. The Estonian Example, which took place in the autumn of 2017 at the Bozar art center in Brussels. At the Kumu Art Museum in Tallin an international group of artists interpret from a new angle topics as digital security, relations between the screen and historical technology, and the criticism of visual culture.... READ MORE...

Philippe Parreno solo show as part of the programme Immersion

La mostra personale senza titolo di Philippe Parreno possiede diverse modalità di esistenza. Alcuni lavori del passato faranno di nuovo la loro comparsa, mentre molti di quelli che vengono presentati all'inizio non erano concepiti come delle opere d’arte. Quando queste si incontreranno al Gropius Bau di Berlino, quali nuove realtà potranno emergere?... READ MORE...

“Data Dating”: an exhibition on love in the Internet age

The advent of the Internet and smartphones has brought about a split in the romantic lives of millions of people. In terms of romance and sexual intimacy these phenomena have generated new complexities that we are still trying to figure out. By bringing together the work of several international artists, Data Dating explores how digital interfaces are reshaping our personal relationships.... READ MORE...

I was raised on the Internet

Nearly 100 works spanning on photography, painting, sculpture, film, and video, as well as emerging technologies and interactive elements, in an exhibition that focuses on how the internet has changed the way we experience the world. I Was Raised on the Internet will document a specific moment in time, beginning with 1998 and extending to the present, and focuses on the shifts that have occurred since the millennium.... READ MORE...

“Coded Nature”: the first museum solo of the duo Studio Drift

The work of Studio Drift occupies a unique place at the interface between tech art, performance, and biodesign. As a museum that has always placed great importance on both art and design, and performance, the Stedelijk Museum is the perfect venue to display the first solo of the successful Dutch duo and its transdisciplinary work.... READ MORE...

Sondra Perry: Typhoon coming on

This spring, the Serpentine presents the first European solo exhibition of American artist Sondra Perry, who explores the intersection of black identity, digital culture and power structures through video, media, installation and performance. This new exhibition will include a site-specific installation at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery and an artist's 3D avatar.... READ MORE...

Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today

Organized by Eva Respini, Barbara Lee and Jeffrey De Blois, and featuring 60 artists, the first major thematic group exhibition in the United States to examine the radical impact of internet culture on visual art is opening today at ICA. The exhibition comprises over 70 works across a variety of mediums, including painting, performance, photography, video, web-based projects, and virtual reality.... READ MORE...

“Future Love”: desire and kinship in hypernature

The new exhibition at HeK Basel offers critical, unconventional and imaginative views on our impending life while commenting on the impact of new technologies and social media on our affective relationships and sexuality. Moving from a postdigital background, the international artists participating in this exhibition tackle these questions through a variety of media, from biotechnologies to virtual reality.... READ MORE...

“La Camera Insabbiata” by Laurie Anderson and Hsin-Chien Huang

The edition on view at TFAM is the first time La Camera Insabbiata is shown after awarded Best VR Experience at the 74th Venice International Film Festival. This is a virtual reality work, collaborated by Laurie Anderson and new media artist Hsin-Chien Huang, that offers a virtual thinking space that surpasses thoughts, deconstructs words and overturns dreams for the audience.... READ MORE...

“The Other in You”: Richi Owaki at YCAM

As a member of YCAM InterLab, dancer and choreographer Richi Owaki has been searching for a new form of performing art by merging media technology and dance: The Other in You is a virtual reality installation, which explores ideas of dance and body in an environment marked by modern technologies.... READ MORE...

Lateral Thinking with Withered Technology – Shinji Murakami

Shinji Murakami’s second solo show at Catinca Tabacaru Gallery explores the digital pixel in relation to light, advancements in technology, and Augmented Reality. examining the pixel as part of a whole in the analog formats of painting and sculpture, and exploring the multidisciplinary use of LED lighting.... READ MORE...

Claudia Hart: The Flower Matrix

The Flower Matrix from Claudia Hart represents a new kind of liminal space, a mixed-reality architecture embellished by decorative elements embracing an aesthetic of the fake in which technology has replaced nature. The work is presented at Wallplay’s VR “speakeasy” in the basement of Gallery 151 as part of the TRANSFER VR Commission.... READ MORE...

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