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Vollut’s “Safe Distance” Exhibition is a magic Journey into Immersive Digital Art

London’s art scene is set ablaze with the debut solo exhibition of digital artist Vollut at W1Curates. Titled “Safe Distance,” this groundbreaking exhibition not only marks Vollut’s solo debut but also redefines the boundaries of immersive digital art experiences.

LSOS: DJs Seth Troxler and Phil Moffa have given Oxford street a comic inspired AR twist.

The Oxford Street gallery W1 Curates has teamed up with Lost Souls of Saturn – a multidisciplinary live project and collaboration between Seth Troxler and Phil Moffa, two in-demand DJs and producers, well-known on the electronic music circuit

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The digital artist Frederic Duquette, known professionally as Fvckrender, attends the launch of his video exhibition Catch the Light.

Digital artist’s London show is love letter to beating anxiety ‘thanks to art’

A digital artist has described his debut solo show in London as a “diary” of the past eight years as he found solace in art after battling up...

'Whether it’s a personal place, corporate, communal, institutional, I see art as a means of engagement to provoke thought, dialogue, introspection and conversation. Sculpture for me is an inquiry into the deep mysterious nature of things. When utilitarian use is taken away from an object, a series of objects or forms, what remains? Another artist once said, 'Sculpture is a journey of curiosity made visible’ - which I agree with. I like the idea of taking basic, elemental shapes and inflating them, altering them, stacking and shaping them. Once I’m done with one piece I usually have ideas for several others. The amount of variety that can be produced by moving one or 2 shapes through space is amazing. I like taking say 3 basic forms and uncovering all the possibilities of how it can be arranged. Then there’s material, which adds another layer of interpretation and process. The visual expression I try to achieve is one that is open to interpretation. In one piece someone may see something playful, or whimsical, in another it may feel strange. Think of these huge, non utilitarian forms, set down in the midst of our busy world, which accelerates even more every year. The sculpture may get in your way, may interrupt your path. Does it make you stop? Does it make you wonder?

In a world where imagination is often the first element of humankind to be ignored, or tread into the ground, I seek to exalt what we are capable of making. Why be content with the commonplace, or to step back and watch machines, or corporations replicate what is around us in a way that doesn’t acknowledge our existence, our lives, what makes us human? I hope my work compels and inspires you, and pushes you to go beyond.'

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