News from the digital and NFT world – 6 JULY 2021
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The first Augmented Reality exhibition in the gardens of 6 countries around the world
This autumn, a group of works by the likes of Ai Weiwei and El Anatsui will be exhibited in botanical gardens around the world on the occasion of the Seeing the Invisible exhibition, promoted by the Outset Contemporary Art Fund and the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens.
The particularity? These are augmented reality works, which can be viewed through a specially created app.
The artwork will be positioned among the local flora of more than a dozen gardens in six countries, including the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh, the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden in South Africa and the Massachusetts Horticultural Society. curator of the exhibition, said that “the idea would be to break down the binary between what is often considered natural and what is considered digital”, adding that “coming out of the pandemic when outdoor experiences and nature have taken on a new meaning and gravity in our lives, this exhibition represents a new way for people to interact with art and nature at the same time. “