I’ll be heading to Seoul, Korea this thursday to setup Frame Seductions at an exhibition at the Art Centre Nabi called Borderless Dreams. It’s in conjunction with the 2010 International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality. I’ll be giving a talk as well, on the 14th of October. Hopefully I will be catching up with old friends from V2, where I was artist-in-resident in 2006. The opening of the exhibition is on the 13th of October, and lasts for a month. Here’s an excerpt from their press release:
Borderless Dreams, an exhibition co-organized by Art Center Nabi, ISMAR 2010 and V2, will allow you to explore a borderless world developed from the point where physical reality and virtual layer become entangled in augmented and mixed reality technologies. The exhibition is comprised of eight works: three entries – Augmented Shadow, Sound Walk, and Frame Seductions selected from the Art Gallery of 9th ISMAR (IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality) 2010, and three works –Mirror Scrutinizer, RE:, Serendipitor that are receiving support or being developed by Netherland’s V2 Lab, where augmented reality is one of their main research topics. Art center Nabi chose the classical pieces TelematicDreaming and Picnic on the Screen by Paul Sermon, which adopts the augmented reality concept of the early 90’s.