Social VR Art Residents of 2023

Congratulations to our new Artists and welcome to the VR Art Camp!

Voilá, COHORTS of 2023 (in alphabetical order):

1st Cohort // February-May

Polly Chromatic

Robin Rutenberg

Conny Zenk

2nd Cohort // June-August

Sharmi Basu

Kelley O’Leary

Jungmok Yi

3rd Cohort // October-December

Jisoo Chung

Robin “Birdd” David

Libbi Ponce

Anniqe Stoll

The Co-Jury.

We are proud and happy that Wednesday joined us in the selection process!

Wednesday Kim is an interdisciplinary artist and a co-founder of De:Formal. She is from Seoul, South Korea and is currently based out of California. Kim works with a mixture of analog and digital media including 3D animation, video, performance, installation, print, and sculpture with clusterfuck aesthetics. Her work is informed by personal experiences and human psychology; she derives imagery from nightmares, intrusive thoughts, and childhood trauma. Furthermore, she portrays the absurdity of information-saturated contemporary life in a surrealist fashion through wordplay, Wikipedia, voyeurism, and witticism.

The Grant.

VR Art Camp is an Alternative Exposure Grantee in their 16th Round! It is a great honor to join the list of incredible artists and art projects, thank you, Southern Exposure, for supporting us!

This grant affords a modest honorarium of $200 for each resident artist. Southern Exposure's Alternative Exposure (AltEx) grant program supports the independent, self-organized work of artists and small groups that play a critical and significant role within the San Francisco Bay Area arts community. AltEx provides monetary awards to foster the development and presentation of artist-led projects and programs that are direct, accessible, and open to the public.

The Founder.

Judit Navratil is the mother of VR Art Camp, founded it in response to social distancing in 2020 August. VR Art Camp is the part of Judit’s larger, a VR plattenbau called the Szívküldi Lakótelep (growing since 2018), that is the base of her artistic Phd research at the Angewandte Vienna.

Judit earned an MFA in Painting at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 2008 and an MFA at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco in 2019. She is currently a Phd Candidate at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, an affiliate artist at the Headlands Center for the Arts.

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