Get worldwide exposure and connect with artists. Create a successful AR exhibition and display it around the world, impress partners and customers.
Get new perspectives from the submissions. Embrace the future by attracting a tech-savvy audience. Discover and challenge your message, mission, and vision through an exhibition.
Valentine’s day nowadays is made of traditions and reflect a very specific target group: traditional western couples having conventional dinner & attentions.
At Westfield, we believe love should be universal. By breaking traditions, Westfield celebrates and magnifies LOVE in all its forms: Be it self-love, be it friendships, be it family or any way we feel love can be manifested.
Both Centers will promote an exhibition during 1.5 months, where the creations of 5 to 8 artists will be presented online and in the Centers.
Shopping City Süd, Donau Zentrum, and ARTIVIVE have launched an open call for artists, designers, and the general public to submit creative representations on the subject of LOVE. Point out that Love has no labels, embrace diversity and inclusion.
The open call is part of the project “#WestfieldForLove”
Goethe-Institut, Gray Area, Fotomuseum Winterthur, and Artivive have launched an open call for artists, designers, and the general public to submit creative representations on the subject of bias through technology. These should articulate our ongoing concerns with technology’s growing ability to alter people’s visual perception of reality.
The open call is part of the project “Image + Bias” that critically engages with the cultural realities being increasingly determined by imperceptible technologies that show no sign of reducing their propagation of digitally twisted, fictional, and discriminatory representations.
Winning Projects: will be displayed in an interactive online gallery and at the Goethe-Institut, Gray Area, and the Fotomuseum Winterthur.
The United Nations is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. To mark this special occasion, the UN Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs (DPPA) and Artivive are launching a call for artists to create posters about peacemaking and peacebuilding, which also utilize augmented reality technology.
The leading themes are “Futuring Peace”, “Bringing together those who have been fighting,” and “Creating a bridge to connect people in conflict zones”. Artists are invited to interpret and present their own vision of what peace means, based on the history of the UN’s actions.
Exhibition in: UN Headquarters in New York
The Museums from Paris gave full access to over 150,000 artworks for the world to use for free. We want to take this opportunity and make something amazing together.
Have you ever dreamed of being part of an art revolution? Together, we can change the way art is created and consumed. We’re organizing an open call to transform these masterpieces into augmented reality.
Exhibition in: Vienna (AT), Paris (FR)
Animated posters create a new narrative space: typography and images break their bidimensional boundaries and start moving in the space of the viewer. The AR tool Artivive allows creatives to include a digital layer of animations and sound to their poster design. The original haptics of the poster design stays untouched while the digital layer can be unlocked only through a smartphone and tablet. Posters become a medium for performative art. Advertisements become an artwork, a performance to be experienced.
Curated by: Improper Walls Gallery x Artivive
Exhibited in: Vienna (AT), Abu Dhabi (AE), Seoul (SK),
Vilnius (LT), San Francisco (US)