Through the Noise - AI exhibition in VR space

The “Through the Noise” exhibition invites viewers to explore the intersection of artificial intelligence and art. It serves as a culmination of research into using AI as a therapeutic tool in artistic expression. The exhibition’s theme is symbolized by a train journey through the information chaos, where artists excavate buried emotions and memories, providing a unique lens into their personal experiences.

Distance to the Moon

The project is a recording of a psychological dance performance with elements of augmented reality that took place in Brno, Czech Republic on October 25, 2022. The performance features a person alone in a boat in the middle of the ocean, serving as a metaphor for the experience of living and analyzing one’s own feelings and emotions alone.

As the moon approaches the Earth, the person in the boat plunges into a melancholic state, which triggers the rise of various underwater creatures from the ocean. These creatures personify different emotions, and their emergence symbolizes the surfacing of repressed feelings and emotions within the person.

The performance incorporates elements of augmented reality to enhance the storytelling and create a more immersive experience for the audience. The AR elements complement the story and create sensations similar to the associative figurative work of the subconscious. This allows the audience to experience the performance in a more visceral and emotional way, connecting with the underlying themes and emotions of the performance.

Overall, the performance offers a powerful and evocative exploration of the human experience of emotions and the process of self-analysis. The use of augmented reality elements adds a layer of engagement and immersion, allowing the audience to connect with the performance in a more visceral and emotional way.

Layers of Sense: multimedia exhibition

“Layers of Sense” is a combination of “traditional” visual artworks and modern, innovative technologies, such as augmented reality (AR). All artworks displayed on the walls of the venue, valuable and solid as they are, will have an AR component: interactive visuals, audio, text or film. We selected AR, because it is a pragmatic and logistical solution for many of the challenges faced by contributors seeking to address the exhibition’s themes.