Taking over the museum’s indoor and outdoor spaces, the exhibition will showcase AR pieces created by international modern artists against buildings and gardens designed by traditional Korean landscape design architects. Thanks to a collaboration with Daniel Birnbaum, artistic director of Acute Art, you can now view the Kaleidoscope Eyes exhibition at the Leeum Museum of Art.
The exhibition includes a total of 38 augmented reality (AR) works by 16 artists, including Koo Jeong A, Nina Chanel Abney, Darren Bader, Marco Brambilla, Julie Curtiss, Olafur Eliasson, Lee Bul, Cao Fei, Alicja Kwade, KAWS, Lu Yang, Bjarne Melgaard, Ho Tzu Nyen, Precious Okoyomon, David Shrigley, and Tomás Saracen. A highlight piece is one of the featured pieces: Willing To Be Vulnerable – Metallized Balloon Ver. AR22 (2022), which is a new AR piece by Lee Bul that Leeum Museum of Art commissioned for the occasion.
“Inspiring artists and visitors to traverse the borders between the real and virtual worlds, while interacting and communicating through the newest technological medium, the exhibition will provide an opportunity to imagine a future of infinite possibilities and challenge our preconceptions of engaging with art,” stated by the museum.
Kaleidoscope Eyes will be on display until Nov 27th. However, the captivating art can only be located in South Korea. Visit the Leeum Museum website for more details, and keep checking back for updates on our media collaboration with the Leeum Museum of Art and Acute Art regarding the exhibition.
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