The Immersive Garden exhibition is a rare opportunity in Krakow to experience immersive installations and works in virtual and augmented reality. In one of the post-hospital buildings at Kopernika 15, eight works of artist from New Zealand, Chile, Taiwan, France, Poland, Ukraine and Uruguay will be presented.
The interactive kinetic installation Light Wing II by Uwe Rieger & Yinan Liu from New Zealand – ephemeral structure, creating holographic artefacts, which responds to touch like a spider’s web. In the Hypha VR experience by artist Natalia Cabrera from Chile, we will dive in the world seen from the perspective of Stephanopus Azureus mushrooms, whose role is to cleanse the Earth from the disastrous effects of human activity. The Wrocław-based IP Group collective will present the LUMEN cognitive light experiment, which, by questioning the existing spatial rules, provides a series of perceptual illusions. And TAO Ya-Lun from Taiwan will show Freeperson – The Digital-Twins Machine, which creates a transmission platform for the physicality of the body. Sandrine Deumier, in the interactive work Falling, through ecofeminist attitudes, questions human practices of classifying living beings. In three AR artworks are created by duo Leticia Almeida & Mathías Chumino from Uruguay and Ukrainian artists – Roxolana Dudek and Vlas Belov.