During the REALITIES exhibition, we present works focusing attention on digital worlds, which are created in parallel with the increasingly polarized reality and real vision of a climate disaster. What are these parallel spaces for us? How digital narratives are based on reality and to what extent are they the creations of our dreams? How is our personality transformed in the digital world? And finally, do digital spaces isolate us from the physical world or rather broaden our perception and functioning in our reality?
During the exhibition you will be able to look into parallel digital worlds, immersing yourself in virtual and augmented reality and interactive films. There will also be a unique opportunity to create and see your own avatar.
So we invite you to experience reality with many senses, in line with Marshall McLuhan, that “not biased perception to one sense, but the recognized perception along with all senses is real perception’ (Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media -The Extensions of Man- (MIT Press, 1994), 46.)