This has to be (Un) Seen to be believed
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.