24 August – 15 September
Sound collaboration: Claire Hughes with Isaac Lundy
This virtual reality artwork invites you to experience the spatial disruptions of scientific entanglement.
This virtual reality artwork invites you to experience the spatial disruptions of scientific entanglement. By putting on a VR headset, gallery visitors will be immersed in virtual realms depicted from multiple perspectives. Viewers will be taken on a journey through scientific apparatus and space-time curves to provide the opportunity to question their understanding of reality.
Claire Hughes is a PhD candidate in Fine Arts at Massey University in Wellington. She has a Master’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of Canterbury School and has exhibited in solo and group shows since 1990. Over her career she has worked in a variety of media including steel and glass while combining the latest technology into immersive installations.