19 January 2021 • Mark Westall
According to John Gray ‘In evolutionary pre-history, consciousness emerged as a side effect of language. Today it is a by-product of the media.’ BREAKING is a collaborative installation in response to this conundrum by artists Richard Ducker and Robert Good
5 May 2020 • Staff
GalleriesNow is the world’s leading gallery guide, with everything you need to know about great art wherever you are Our selection of six great exhibitions recorded in VR for you to make a virtual visit online.
6 great exhibitions in New York and London that you can visit right now in VR – selected by GalleriesNow
14 April 2020 • Staff
GalleriesNow is the world’s leading gallery guide, with everything you need to know about great art wherever you are. Our selection of six great exhibitions recorded in VR for you to make a virtual visit online.
6 April 2020 • Staff
GalleriesNow pick of six great exhibitions – all recorded in VR so you can use goggles, your phone, or the website to transport yourself and experience more great exhibitions.
15 January 2020 • Mark Westall
Onassis USA and the New Museum’s NEW INC have announced a major new partnership to create a space for artists, filmmakers, and designers working in mixed reality—the Onassis, NEW INC eXtended Reality Studio—ONX Studio.
15 January 2020 • Mark Westall
An exciting new collaboration between Acute Art and Waddesdon Manor will exhibit the first virtual reality artwork by the renowned British artist, Anish Kapoor in the dramatic setting of the Windmill Hill Archive on the Waddesdon estate.
30 September 2019 • Mark Westall
Lindsay Seers has been commissioned to produce a new VR artwork – Care(less) – that will tour the UK in 2019/20 and which will address current public debates surrounding care. Care(less) will be exhibited for the first time at Fabrica, Brighton.
Enter Through The Headset 4 (ETTH4), the fourth edition of the annual exhibition showcasing artists working within the medium of virtual reality (VR)
23 July 2019 • Mark Westall
Enter Through The Headset 4 (ETTH4) is the fourth edition of the annual exhibition showcasing artists working within the medium of virtual reality (VR) at Gazelli Art House
Acute Art present LUNATICK a virtual reality collaboration by Antony Gormley and Dr. Priyamvada Natarajan
13 March 2019 • Mark Westall
Acute Art has announced the launch of Antony Gormley and Dr. Priyamvada Natarajan’s first virtual reality collaboration, Lunatick, at The Store X, London.
Digital artist, programmer and researcher Nicola Plant’s participatory Virtual reality exhibition opens in London next week
7 February 2019 • Mark Westall
Nicola Plant’s exploratory practice invites the audience to use their own inherent expressivity as the re- search matter of a work that assiduously examines how it can be possible to translate the visceral experi- ence of our inner ux of emotions and sensation into a communicative form of movement.
31 August 2018 • Mark Westall
A new digital partnership between the Philharmonia Orchestra and Southbank Centre is set to open on 27th September with two immersive, surround-sound Virtual Reality (VR) experiences
10 July 2018 • Mark Westall
Acute Art have just announced that Daniel Birnbaum will be joining its growing team as Director. Birnbaum, who currently holds the position of Director at Moderna Museet in Stockholm, will move to London where the company is based, and take up his position next year.
19 March 2017 • Mark Westall
Art Basel has collaborated with Google Arts & Culture to present Virtual Reality project ‘Virtual Frontiers: Artists experimenting with Tilt Brush’ which opens in Hong Kong on Tuesday.
11 October 2016 • Staff
While London was busy courting the traditional art world at Frieze, Berlin celebrated the artists, hackers, makers and producers of the digital age at Retune Festival.
18 July 2016 • Mark Westall
Artist Ian Cheng has created a VR ‘Pokeman Go like’ installation for the Liverpool Biennia 2016l.
13 April 2015 • Staff
As technology continues to revolutionize the world, digital artists are now able to present their artwork faster and cost-efficiently to the public. From the looks of it, technology is showing no signs of slowing down. Thus, it is expected that more innovations will appear and revolutionize art in the coming years.