This has to be (Un) Seen to be be­lieved

Isis Town and Country - - News -

IMAG­INE a se­cret sculp­ture walk com­posed en­tirely of art works that are invisible to the naked eye.

Bund­aberg Re­gional Art Gallery is proud to an­nounce a cut­ting-edge ex­hi­bi­tion as dLux Me­dia Arts presents (Un)Seen Sculp­tures, cu­rated by artist War­ren Arm­strong.

The (Un) Seen Sculp­tures trail is a great way to ex­plore the Bund­aberg CBD, as well as the amaz­ing world of con­tem­po­rary new me­dia art.

Visi­tors’ pre­con­cep­tions about what sculp­ture is will be chal­lenged in a fun and in­ter­ac­tive for­mat.

This ex­hi­bi­tion of­fers ex­cit­ing ex­am­ples of how artists are us­ing tech­nol­ogy in the 21st cen­tury.

Us­ing a tablet or smart­phone, with the aid of a free-to-down­load aug­mented re­al­ity browser app, visi­tors will be able to set off from BRAG on an oth­er­wise hid­den path to view vir­tual 3D sculp­tures that have been placed at dif­fer­ent lo­ca­tions around the gallery.

Sculp­tures will ap­pear on the screen of mo­bile de­vices as if they had been su­per­im­posed on the land­scape.

Nour­ish Café owner, Judy Plath, is ex­cited that her busi­ness will be a lo­ca­tion for one of the sculp­tures.

“We’re really look­ing for­ward to be­ing part of this ex­hi­bi­tion. We hope that peo­ple will enjoy dis­cov­er­ing a piece of art in a pub­lic place, where they wouldn’t nor­mally find a sculp­ture,” Mrs Plath said.

Ev­ery­one is wel­come to join BRAG staff and cu­ra­tor War­ren Arm­strong on a jour­ney into the world of aug­mented re­al­ity art.

Con­tact Wendy Davis on 4130 4756 for de­tails.

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