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Augmented Reality Turns a Painting Into an Experience

Artist Scarlett Raven and producer Marc Marot use cutting edge technology to embed works of art with an experiential element that brings a story to life.

 

Marc Marot and Scarlett Raven

British team Marc Marot and Scarlett Raven create an unusual augmented reality experience.

 

Calling themselves “Augmentists”, Raven and Marot are an independent partnership who have worked together to produce more than 20 paintings, based on the World War I Battle of the Somme. They present the work in a unique exhibition entitled “The Danger Tree”.

Khandayati

Turning objects of oppression into spinning weapons


Maya Jay Varadaraj, Station 1 + Station 2 + Station 3. Photo credit: Jonathan Allen

Maya Jay Varadaraj, Large Chakras. Photo Credit: Jonathan Allen

Patriarchal mindsets, abuses and discrimination make India a dangerous country to be a woman. The violence against women can take many forms. Some are blatant such as female foeticide, rape and dowry. Others are more subtle and embedded into mainstream culture.

Tales of Our Time

Exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

The artists in this exhibition challenge the conventional understanding of place. By portraying often-overlooked cultural and historical narratives, Chia-En Jao, Kan Xuan, Sun Xun, Sun Yuan & Peng Yu, Tsang Kin-Wah, Yangjiang Group, and Zhou Tao explore concepts of geography and nation-state. Their artworks address specific locations, such as their hometowns, remote borderlands, or a group of uninhabited islands, as well as abstract ideas, such as territory, boundaries, or even utopia. China, too, is presented here, not only as a country but also as a notion that is open for questioning and reinvention.

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Tales of Our Time, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, November 4, 2016–March 10, 2017. Photo: David Heald

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