Acute Art presents Into Yourself, Fall by Anish Kapoor at Waddesdon Manor, Bucks from 25 March.
An exciting new collaboration between Acute Art and Waddesdon Manor will exhibit the first virtual reality artwork by the renowned British artist, Anish Kapoor in the dramatic setting of the Windmill Hill Archive on the Waddesdon estate.
Into Yourself, Fall (2018) takes users on a journey through the human body, experiencing the sensation of falling into yourself. The work seeks to simulate vertigo, depicting a labyrinth of the inner workings of the self.
Kapoor’s use of virtual reality enables him to explore materiality in a virtual realm, drawing on his highly influential sculptural practice to evoke both tactility and transcendence. With a soundtrack created by the artist’s son Ishan Kapoor, Into Yourself, Fall directly transports the viewer into the artist’s own visceral virtual reality.
The exhibition runs until 5 April 2020, for more information on tickets and opening times click here.
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