Art Camp is a social VR art residency and a bi-monthly gathering. Womxn and underrepresented artists investigate the possibilities of creating and inhabiting a virtual communal place with care to cultivate this layer of our social fabric based on radical inclusion, cyber-intentionality and to elevate the shift of our up-scaling digital existence together.
It accumulates in a public Show & Tell event, when resident artists guide visitors through their VR studio spaces. Art Camp is a bridge for those, whose practice is not rooted in digital media and for a diverse community with different voices and approaches. Art Camp was established as a sector of the Szívküldi Lakótelep, a virtual reality Social Housing Neighborhood, to serve the art community during the transitional and groundless period of physical distancing.
We are super excited to show the works of our artists at The Wrong Biennale. Our Pavillon is #38 and the exhibition runs 1 November - 1 March 2022. Celebrating digital culture since 2013, The Wrong is a collaborative effort harnessing the potential of the internet, shaped as a decentralized global art biennale & tv channel.
After seeding and rooting in our first one and a half year, VR Art Camp’s caterpillar enters a dormancy period to restructure our self-sustainability and a potential DAO. In the meantime, we host events in former artists’ VR spaces and will return with an open call in March. Write us your questions and suggestions or join our newsletter below to stay in the loop!
2021 December: Alex Arzt, Liat Berdugo and Elena Yu
2021 September: Cate White and Sean Keating (in collaboration) and the Association of Mouth and Brain Painting Artists of the World (AMBPA / SZAF: Judit Fischer and Miklós Mécs)
2021 July: Merve Caskurlu, Jader
2021 May: River Black, Maria Guzmán Capron, Erica Molesworth, Hannah Waiters
2021 March: Quinn Keck, Lia Sutton, Minoosh Zomorodinia
2021 January: nkiruka oparah, Judit Navratil, Zsófia Szemző
2020 November: Annie Albagli, Meghana Bisineer with Charlotte Law, Maxine Schoefer-Wulf
2020 September: Sholeh Asgary, Beatriz Escobar, Connie Zheng, Eszter Szabó
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