The first element of achieving this was the expansion of Scarlet’s two-dimensional work into the three-dimensional realm, before translating it into virtual reality. Given the historical value of the woodcutting process, transforming Scarlet’s work through virtual reality presents it afresh and showcases the real-time artists’ interpretation. All the while the authenticity and authorship of the work is preserved and celebrated.
Now that virtual reality is becoming more commonplace in various industries, Anise Gallery are exploring how this might function in the art gallery space. Following our exhibition ‘Virtualrealism’ in June 2015, ‘I Saw it Whole: A Virtual Deconstruction’ takes these ideas further and, for the first time, allows the viewer to enter the artwork and fully comprehend the process of this intriguing medium.
By incorporating virtual reality, we are challenging the traditional binary of different media, in the hope of merging technological and fine art, while providing an exciting opportunity to get close to Scarlet Mueller’s intricate woodcut prints.
Embrace the opportunity to immerse yourself in the unreal. Using the latest technolgies, AVR London have used artwork from our current exhibition to create a virtual environment; walk through the picture, discover your path and lose yourself in the creativity of Scarlet Mueller’s beautifully delicate woodcuts.
In the meantime, watch our trailer for the exhibition: https://vimeo.com/181014542