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Jordan Wu presents
From Friday 1 September to Saturday 2 September
Foyer (4th Floor)
In a nutshell
Negative space is a virtual reality piece that uses physical presence to affect virtual spaces.
Negative Space explores the flows between the physical and virtual world, specialising on focus and presence in space. The piece draws attention towards the focus on people and focus on spaces. Using a virtual reality headset, they will see the people around them in the virtual space.
What to Expect
Negative space is an installation piece created with the intention of communicating to the audience a sense of flow between physical and virtual spaces as well as concepts of negative space in human and environmental focus. The VR piece will feature the audience inside a virtual environment.
Jordan is a digital artist and programmer whose past work in photorealistic pieces have developed into themes of recreation of reality. This is reflected through his past pieces Recursive Flaws, an installation piece, Door To Door, an interactive and immersive 3D environment, experienced through virtual reality and, his most recent, Negative Space.
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Things you should know
For ages 10+
This event is wheelchair accessible.