Dennis Rudolph and Martina Menegon are part of the AR group show Kleiner Gottesgarten that Rudolph, initiated with project space Scope Berlin, that takes place from the 27th August until the 28th August.
The project is created for ORTSTERMIN 22 – Art Festival of Moabit and the Hansaviertel and curated by Boris Kostadin.
Kleiner Gottesgarten combines in a symbiosis the works of four remarkable artists working in the field of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. The idea is to present their works in the public space offered by the Kleiner Tiergarten in Berlin, Moabit.
The public park combines all the diversity of the neighborhood. There are a picnic area, places for sports and social activity of communities of a very different nature. That is why, on the one hand, the project "confronts" the ideas and attitudes towards the visual culture and technologies of the citizens, and on the other hand, the "artificial" reality seeks its deliberate integration into public space.
Kleiner Gottesgarten will take place through a special app that viewers will download and use it to observe what is happening around them. The action relies on the democratic principle of voluntary involvement of participants. At a specially selected place in the park (the small fountains near the corner of Stromstraße and Turmstraße), a sign with a QR code will be placed, which will be a symbolic meeting place.
The "invisibility" for those who do not have an app in their smartphones will become an exciting and impactful artistic experience for those who would like to download it and to join the action. Through the screens the participants will be able to observe and of course actively interact with the dynamic environment of the ?leiner Gottesgarten. They will discover a new world of digital Gods.
Kleiner Gottes Garten |
27 August – 28 August 2022
Kleiner Tiergarten, Berlin 10559
14.00 - 17.00 hrs
Work: Atlas (Facetime), Dennis Rudolph, 2022Publication date: 24 Aug '22