AR Art Exhibition On-Demand

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We are working with elite curators, artists, animators, and musicians from around the world to create Augmented Art Exhibitions to offer your visitors and customers a totally new experience with AR art. These experiences have the magical power to evoke wonder, challenge your perception, and interact with the art form of the 21st century.

These exhibitions have been designed by international curators for group shows or solo artists and are now available to rent for your office / shopping mall / event space

HOW IT WORKS
THE EXHIBITIONS

The Little Prince

A mysterious forest, trees and fairy lights everywhere, fog spilling on the ground and a smell that is going to tickle your nose. In this exhibition by the famous artist Eliška Podzimková, visitors will find themselves in the magic world of the Little Prince. “The concept of the exhibition is to create the magical world of the Little Prince, which impresses not only the eyes but also other senses. The main goal is to cut off the visitors from their everyday life and return them to their childhood for a while,” reveals Eliška Podzimková.

Artworks: 17
Format: 70×70 cm / 27×27 inches
Featured Artist: Eliška Podzimková

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A NEW POSTER MOVEMENT

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 or tablet. Posters become a medium for performative art. Advertisements become an artwork, a performance to be experienced.

Artworks: 12
Format: A1 Posters
Curated by: Improper Walls Gallery x Artivive
Featured artists: Aljoscha Höhborn, Alona Vinç, Anna Froese, Asta Cink, Balázs Pusztai, Herwig Scherabon, Katja Protchenko, Lucas Hesse, Marian Fitz, Mario Naegele, Hans Findling, Christian Hohloch, Simon Kubik, imam m ridwan

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Realities

How do AR, VR, and MR collide with our RR (Real Reality)? The group art exhibition REALITIES asked artists to reflect on our perception of reality; how the attributes, feelings, and knowledge taken from “this” reality to “another” transform, modify, or stay the same. What happens if we merge realities and they overlap? This open call invites artists to touch on the topics of: love, humanism, the digital world, video games, place, country, Vienna, specific location, etc.

Artworks: 20
Format: 25 x 25 cm / 10 x 10 in
Curated by: Improper Walls Gallery x Oxymoron Gallery x Artivive
Featured artists: Litto, Nathaniel Osollo, STATION ROSE, Kyle Szostek, Ulrich Frey, Desmond Leung Le-Sen, Erli Grünzweil, Roland Wegerer, Andrea Zapanta Scharf, Jana Kolbert, Denise Poote, Natalia Biegaj, Asta Cink, Pedram Mohammadi, Mladen Stropnik, Bogi Nagy, Kasha Potrohosh, Lilya Corneli, Karina Blanche, Tauhauz

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Meditate

The Brooklyn based artist and curator Julie Gratz uses Artivive to bring her digital artwork into a physical and intimate space. As both a painter and animator, Augmented Reality enables her to combine all of her artistic passions into one medium. Animation rarely has a place in gallery shows, but Augmented Reality technology is truly opening the door to endless possibilities for multi-disciplinary artists. Does physical presence play a role in the perception of digital art? What happens to animation when it becomes something you can interact with?

Artworks: 7
Format:
51×51 cm / 20×20 inches
Featured Artist: Julie Gratz

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tiny ARt

The “tiny ARt” exhibition curated by Artivive and Improper Walls features a range of artworks that in real life are no bigger than a business card. The augmented reality layer will enhance the artworks in the digital dimension to reveal what art in AR has to offer.

Artworks: 31
Curated by: Improper Walls Gallery
Format: 84 x 55 mm / 3.3 x 2.1 in

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GerillAR

The GerillAR art project is redefining the concept of a poster by using modern technology (AR). The idea behind the project is based on how people use and appreciate advertising spaces today. With the devaluation of poster art in our modern world, art posters no longer have a place in the city. What else could be used for the surface that contains the content of the poster? Why not use it to turn the streets of the city into an exhibition which is accessible to anyone quickly and easily? All the posters were inspired by the city of Budapest. After the viewer scans the posters, together with the artist, he/she can see a new built or organic environment in Budapest’s history, or even site-specific characteristics.

Artworks: 20
Format: A1 or larger
Curated by: Compact Graphic Design Studio
Featured Artists: Animall, Máté Barkóczi, Eszter Szőcs & Kriszti Szepes, Zsófia Láposi, Péter Morvai, Omekru, Nikoletta Mihalik, Renáta Szabó, Atos Bencsik, Rita Vándor, Gábor Mészáros, Gita Elek, Attila Varga, Dávid Pusztai, Dóra Venekei, Kinga Czuczor, Studio Oneperone, Ockto Studio, Kata Kertész, Máté Fillér

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10 Seconds Off

WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU SWITCH OFF FOR 10 SECONDS?
10 SEC OFFLINE is a series of situations, in which humans want to escape from life and their tiresome day-to-day routine. A mixed media composition over time.

Artworks: 4
Format: DIN A4
Featured Artist: Litto

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Women in [AR]T

A show highlighting some incredible women artists and animators. There is something really special about bringing digital artwork into a physical and intimate space. As both a painter and animator, the artist is able to combine all of the artistic passions into one medium. Animation rarely has a place in gallery shows, but Augmented Reality technology is truly opening the door to endless possibilities for multi-disciplinary artists.

Artworks: 9
Format: varies, min 28 cm x max 40 cm / 11 inches x max 16 inches
Curated by: Julie Gratz
Featured Artists: Saida Saetgareeva, Julie Gratz, Jordan Bruner, Eliška Podzimková, Joy and Noelle, Sofia Pashaei, Michaela Olsen, Minkyung Chung, Emily Collins

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CHARACTERS OF MUTATION

The artist is curious about what people in her surrounding think about headlong virtual changes in 2021, that is why she started research in the 17th district of Vienna, Austria. These works are focused on the idea of blending two dimensions – fiction and reality – into a given information medium, derived from neighbors’ prognoses about the digital age. The visual outcome of her research is an in-between world, where virtual entities occupy the realm of urban space, translated through an augmented reality experience.

Artworks: 5
Format: 60 x 60 cm / 24 x 24 inches
Featured Artist: Litto

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Digital Sketch

Started in late 2018: The artist works on the collision of mainly analog but also digital artworks in an ongoing process. Intermediate forms evolve in a daily miniature, sort of sketchy mode of variation.

Artworks: 4
Format: varies, 45 x 65 cm & 40 x 40cm /  17.5 x 25.5 in & 16 x 16 in
Featured Artist: Litto

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Characters and Concepts

Characters and Concepts is a collection of illustrations inspired by Benjamin Mitchley’s animation, comic book, Inktober, and daily sketch creations. His original ink drawings and daily sketches are scanned and digitally colored. His digital illustrations created on an interactive monitor also form part of this collection. “The moment in my work I leave to the viewer to interpret. As each interpretation might be different, I believe each to be true.”

Artworks: 36
Format: A3 or A4 size
Featured Artist: Benjamin Mitchley

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Kaleida Studio

There is something really special about bringing digital artwork into a physical and intimate space. As both a painter and animator, the artist is able to combine all of their artistic passions into one medium. Animation rarely has a place in gallery shows, but Augmented Reality technology is truly opening the door to endless possibilities for multi-disciplinary artists.

Artworks: 6
Format: varies, min 28 cm x max 40 cm / 11 inches x max 16 inches
Curated by: Julie Gratz
Featured Artists: Erik Winkowski, Raymo Ventura, Jordan Bruner, Elliot Davis, Ivo Stoop, Eliška Podzimková

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