Do you ever wonder what the future of technology will look like? So do the artists who show their work at the new virtual art exhibition by Culturally Arts Collective. The art organization continues its tradition of holding subversive and thought-provoking exhibitions with the new show titled “Mapping Reality.” Nine international artists display their works at Culturally Arts Collective’s 3-D digital gallery until January 15, 2024. The exhibition is available for free to anyone who has Internet access. Let us tell you a little bit more about Culturally Arts Collective, “Mapping Reality,” and the exhibiting artists.
Mapping Reality: New Art Exhibition by Culturally Arts Collective
Culturally Arts Collective is an international non-profit organization. Since 2020, it has been helping artists of various backgrounds from all over the world reach a wider audience by showing their work in a virtual exhibition space. The organization has a 3-D, 360-degree visual gallery, the Milostka Center for Exhibitions, where they exhibit emerging and established artists, providing them with a platform for self-expression and actualization. By making its art exhibitions free of charge and available online, Culturally Arts Collective is actively changing the global art scene by making art accessible to more people than ever before.
The title of Culturally Arts Collective’s newest art show is pretty self-explanatory. All works featured at “Mapping Reality” deal with how technology and media shape our perception of the world and impact our past, present, and future. Temporality is at the center of several presented artworks. Blair Simmons submerges a laptop in cement, rocks, and dust, showing the complicated relationship between humans and technology. In contrast, acrylic and digital pieces by Pincel Galactic paint a utopian future where people and technology coexist in harmony.
Culturally Arts Collective shows that there is no limit to the possibilities that virtual reality can provide to the art industry. Its online gallery is a realistic 360-degree art exhibition space with artworks and artist statements on its virtual walls. It is fascinating to see how mediums like sculpture and mixed media can be creatively translated into a virtual space. The fact that “Mapping Reality” is an exhibition dedicated to technology and held at a VR gallery adds an extra level of self-referentiality.
You can enjoy the variety of artworks at “Mapping Reality” until January 15, 2024. The art exhibition can be virtually visited at the Culturally Arts Collective’s Milostka Center for Exhibitions. We hope you enjoy this art show as much as we do.