Tuesday, 12 January 2021 – Tuesday, 9 February 2021
Acute Art and Dazed Media are excited to announce that Unreal City, London’s biggest public festival of AR art will now be available to view and interact with from inside your home for one-month only.
Responding to new lockdown measures and the popularity of the exhibition in London and across the United Kingdom, Acute Art and Dazed Media will make these site-specific artworks available for audiences all around the world to discover from the safety of their homes via the free Acute Art app.
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The Curator’s Tour
Watch curator Daniel Birnbaum take us on a tour of Unreal City – a mile of digital artworks by Olafur Eliasson, Cao Fei, Tomás Saraceno, Bjarne Melgaard, KAWS, and more.
To view the exhibition guests were invited to download the free Acute Art app on their iPhone, iPad or Android through which they can view the works. The AR sculptures are located above each of the red lifebuoys situated on the riverside railings between the National Theatre at Waterloo Bridge and the last lifebuoy under Millennium Bridge along the South Bank in London, UK.
Watch Unreal City – London’s biggest AR exhibition in partnership with Dazed Media
Acute Art and Dazed Media have joined forces to present Unreal City, London’s biggest public festival of AR art which features 36 sculptures arranged as a walking tour along the River Thames. The sculptures are arranged across 24 sites between Waterloo Bridge and Millennium Bridge on the Southbank by leading artists from all over the world including Nina Chanel Abney, Olafur Eliasson, Cao Fei, Alicja Kwade, […]
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