With his new exhibition “An Exploration of Tomorrow’s Billboards” Scandinavian-based Visual Artist Lukas Renlund proposes an alternative way of experiencing art exhibitions. Combining the use of spatial beacon technology and the tailor made app “MoPho”, artworks can be viewed through the viewer’s mobile device.
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Exhibition #01 “AN EXPLORATION OF TOMORROW'S BILLBOARDS - Fotogalleri IBIS
Visual Artist Lukas Renlund (NOT SO FAST) welcomes you to a photo exhibition without photographs. During the exhibit you are encouraged to look at your smartphone. The visuals change as you move around the space - you trigger the connection. Read more
Our world is increasingly specialised and compartmentalised. Art creates a space for dialogue. Art crosses borders and provides a place for disciplines to meet. In this exhibition the dialogue materialises in the hands of its visitors.
We capture and share stories from our connected devices. Now, more often than not, we broadcast stories by sharing photographs or moving images. We have achieved an unseen before mimicry. Think of a recent interaction... Chances are it happened in your hands. In the future, the interaction will likely take place with the help of future technology in your eyes or your brain. The Internet and the real world are converging; from the screen to the human fiber. We can either choose to deny it, fear it, or play with it. "An Exploration of Tomorrow's Billboards" is an attempt to contribute to the conversation.
Photography and Artwork by:
Lukas Renlund, Georg Jensen, Polina Vinogradova / Henrik Vibskov, Jannick Børlum and Jac Hamman / Maxjenny, Peter Funch & Benjamin Robin Graahede (No 22 Studio) / Darkness Falls, and Kjær København