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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...

Kingsley Obasi, a native of Abia state, Nigeria born in 1983.

Trained in the School of Art and Design, Yaba College of Technology. He is a painter whose work captures the human activities and the inconsistent nature of man. His grotesque form is starkly reminiscent of the expressions of man’s true inner life.

For in the subtler material realms, every expression of the inner man immediately is embodied and expressed in a form that is identical with its essential meaning. Hence, not even the dapper looks of the men in the paintings, nor the gorgeous raiment of some of the women, seem enough to conceal who they truly are.

His visual language and style of depiction speaks volume as he captures power, feeling, beauty, emotion, and disquieting thoughts while focusing on social phenomena that significantly affects our behaviours, opinions, and reality.

With Kingsley, all the hidden and intrinsic qualities of a man discern from their facial composure particularly when you look into their eyes. Through their vocation lies moral, social and cultural context.

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