CITY Unseen : A New [AR]t Experience

 

NOVEMBER 2, 2018 (7-10 PM) : Opening night at Snap! Space Gallery, 1013 E. Colonial Dr, Orlando Fl 32803 [RSVP]

 

NOVEMBER 4, 2018 (2-5 PM) : Reveal of various site specific experiences in locations of Orlando. [RSVP]

 

 

Snap! Orlando unveils ‘CITY UNSEEN’, an ongoing public art project with locations across Orlando that ignites the local landscape. This project opens artistic borders by launching the city and its visitors into Augmented Reality [ AR ] experiences, which captivate the audience with fusions of works by internationally renowned artists and cutting-edge AR technology.

 

Experiences include murals coming to life, a projection mapping finding permanence into the virtual world, and a teleport bringing the viewer into a 360 degree visit of an artist’s studio in Los Angeles. Artists include Miami multi disciplinary artists Felice Grodin, Ivan Toth Depena, Turkish digital artist Can Büyükberber, Los Angeles artists Nancy Baker Cahill, Matthew Swenson, German street artist Mark Gmehling, Australian artist Marc-o-Matic, Central Florida installation artists Mark Gerstein, Synthestruct, Matt Roberts, and Dengke Chen, and the Inside Out project.

 

A ‘CITY UNSEEN’ App is available for users to enjoy the full range of art installations and immersive AR experiences at each installation site. City Unseen positions Orlando as a pioneer with a new vision for the fusion of art and technology in the 21st century and serves as a platform for discussion about social, cultural, and environmental issues affecting those around us.

 

Snap! Orlando is a leading Florida contemporary art organization with the mission to boldly increase the visibility and appreciation of the photographic arts and digital medium as a significant cultural art form. Snap! has captured the interest and respect of artists, enthusiasts, and critics around the world.

 

Produced and Curated by  Snap! Orlando Snap Orlando Logo Small

 

This project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program