27 Dec Dreamscapes Cards in VR – first steps
I am always looking for new ways to push the boundaries of what is possible in my work.
Lately, I’ve been exploring the potential of virtual reality (VR) as an art form.
One of the things that excites me most about VR is that it offers the viewer a completely immersive experience.
Unlike traditional art forms, VR allows the viewer to enter and explore a work of art in a way that is not possible with a painting or sculpture. This level of immersion can create a sense of presence and connection to the work of art that is truly unique.
In my work, I experimented with ways to use VR to create dreamlike, surreal environments. I am particularly interested in using VR to create interactive installations that allow the viewer to explore different layers of meanings and symbols. I believe this medium can be used to create a sense of depth and complexity that is not possible with traditional art forms.
One of the ways I experiment with virtual reality is by using the google Tilt Brush program to create versions of the “dream cards” – small self-contained virtual worlds that the viewer can explore and interact with. I believe VR can be used to create a sense of mystery and intrigue that is not possible with traditional art forms.
I am convinced that VR technology is a powerful new medium for expressing art and a new way to create immersive art installations. I am excited about the potential of this technology to create immersive, interactive artworks that allow the viewer to explore different layers of meaning and symbolism. By using VR to create dream cards and etchings, I believe I can push the boundaries of what is possible in my work and create art that is truly transformative.
I was trying to recreate the first etching I did. It is a surreal feeling as the experience of creating it. You have to think in 3d, but the outcomes and creations are very much painterly, I wish there is a way to actually mix the paint so it behaves like an actual paint.