Immersive Surfaces explores ideas of “crowd art,” and the meaning of surface as a media platform in a specific cityscape. Presented in three phases, Immersive Surfaces presents 18 works in a more traditional video art format, on a projected, Op-Art background, which animates itself in the second part of the program before leading into the climactic third section of the show:
“As Above – So Below,” is the featured piece which the image above is taken from. It consists of a video mapped projection installation, conceived and created by a group of six artists, Simon Anaya, Farkas Fulop, Richard…
Over 20 artists from around the globe are participating in “Immersive Surfaces!” Click here to get information on the Featured Artists participating in “Immersive Surfaces.” A complete Artists list with links is included below.
Immersive Surfaces will be accompanied by a mobile augmented reality component created by Elysium Media. A QR code, posted here, around the show site, and in the guides, with instructions to download the Layar app to viewers’ smartphones. Throughout the festival you can tweet images and comments with the hashtag: #dumboarts. Tweeted images will float through the atmosphere and around the installation, as self-referential surfaces of their own.