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Cornwall’s Eden Project premiering a global exhibition of AR works

Mohammed Kazem, Directions (Zero), 2010, Project for a situated work in public space (Copyright © Mohammed Kazem, 2010)
Mohammed Kazem, Directions (Zero), Project for a situated work in public space (Copyright © Mohammed Kazem, 2010)

The Seeing the Invisible exhibition will premiere in September of this year, a new expansive exhibition that will contain 12 gardens across six countries. Starting with the UK and then heading to the rest of the 11 participating gardens in Australia, South Africa, USA, Canada and Israel. This exhibition will bring dozens of artists together to present their work in augmented reality (AR) technology.  

Seeing the Invisible: Ori Gersht, On Reflection Virtual, 2014 (Copyright © Ori Gersht, 2014)
Ori Gersht, On Reflection Virtual (Copyright © Ori Gersht, 2014)

Artists presenting in the exhibition will include Ai Weiwei, the Chinese artist and activist who is well known for his political public pieces along with many other talented world artists. 

Mel O’Callaghan, Respire, Respire, 2019. Dielectric glass, 1500cm diameter. Installation view, UQ Art Museum, Brisbane, 2020. Photo: Clemens Habicht (Copyright © Mel O’Callaghan, 2019)
Mel O’Callaghan, Respire, Respire, 2019. Dielectric glass, 1500cm diameter. Installation view, UQ Art Museum, Brisbane, 2020. (Copyright © Mel O’Callaghan, 2019)

Wavering across various countries, Seeing the Invisible is going to be presented the same artworks in each of the 12 garden locations.   

Further Info:

Seeing The Invisible 

Cornwall’s Eden Project

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