Permanent Virtual Reality space in an arts institution to open in London

Issue no1
Feb / Mrt 2018
Life & Work

UK’s first permanent Virtual Reality space in an arts institution to open in London. Zabludowicz Collection’s project 360—dedicated to VR, film and video—opens next year.

This year saw Virtual Reality (VR) reach new heights and capabilities in the art world and now London is getting its first free and permanent public VR space. London’s Zabludowicz Collection will focus its programme—called 360—on film, video and VR next year and will open a dedicated room for artists to explore the developing medium. The new room will open on 18 January with Rachel Rossin’s I Came and Went as a Ghost Hand (Cycle 2, 2015) (until 18 March).

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