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everytime i get close it disappears 


drawing from the yearning for connection and experience, the digital sculptures play with the intangibility of virtuality. a space the visitors can experience, wander around in, but never fully be a part of. its the ultimate in disassociation, the dissolution of the physical.

there is no physical for these sculptures to become. materiality in a simulated reality becomes apparent. the virtual world of the exhibition being covered in bright green fog, the works only appear through exploration, being hidden in the depths. just like the immateriality of the fog, the internet is intangible.


digital group show for
room69 x wrong biennale no.5 
online on new art city

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Is the first part of a 3 level show of the room69 collective for this years Wrong biennale. In addition to the collectives members they invited several international digital artists to accompany them in experiencing virtual extremes.
Under the topic of overstimulation and oversimulation the digital show hosted in New Art City creates a paradoxical situation and oscillates between the highs and lows of our virtual worlds. 
On one hand dealing with being exposed to a perpetual stream of information and image online and addressing the problems that come with it - like cognitive and mental incapability to endure the data flood - the works itself are adding fuel to the flames and making issues even more obvious.


On the other hand there is our desire for eternity, breaking up physical boundaries. Embracing the simulation, dematerialize and eventually transcend through our virtual avatars into utopia. 
By putting these concepts next to each other the contrast gets even more exaggerated ending up in a digital near death experience that gives a perception of what might be there to come.