Experience the exhibition GAZE – Surrealism in the digital age
Ida Kvetny 7 to 24 February 2019
Danish artist Ida Kvetny has created a unique solo exhibition consisting of new ceramic works, paintings, paper works, textiles, animations and a virtual art installation.
In the exhibition GAZE, the audience takes on a surreal and virtual art experience, where the oldest art forms such as the sculpture and the painting meet the future and the digital age. This takes place, among other things, in the exhibition’s site-specific virtual reality work with inspiration from the round towers old panorama binoculars, which previously stood on the tower’s platform. Through the work, the audience will be able to challenge the law of gravity and experience floating in an inner landscape with recognizable city elements and 3D scanned sculptures. The work, with Ida Kvetny’s own words, is based on “a kind of new psychedelic revolution with references to surrealism and automatic drawing – now as an experience in four dimensions, where one will be able to move freely inside the work.
This project was generously supported by :
Den Hielmstierne-Rosencroneske Stiftelse, Grosserer L.F. Foghts Fond, Knud Højgaards Fond, Beckett-Fonden, Poul Johansen Fonden af 1992 & Kvadrat.