Koo Jeong A’s augmented reality ice cube, density (2019), comes to the the annual festive ice-skating event at Somerset House.
Launching Wednesday, 13 November, the augmented reality project which sees Jeong A’s detailed drawing of an ice cube realised in 3D, will be visible to visitors who download the free Acute Art app can activate the AR piece during their visit to Skate.
View the work and discover how the hyper realistic ice cube reflects and refracts its winter surroundings, challenging the boundaries of the imaginary and actuality.
Skate is open until 12 January 2020.
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