Exhibition: “Programming Posters” at shutdown.gallery

Published by Tim on Wednesday May 6, 2020

Last modified on January 25th, 2024 at 14:07

I am always fascinated by the creative energy that shapes the scene around art, design and technology in these special times. One of my best friends, Patrik, has developed a digital gallery in the last few weeks that can be wandered through from a first-person perspective.


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The special thing about it is that, thanks to WEBGL and the gyro sensor, this art space can be called up and walked through directly from the browser, without the need to install any apps. The gallery can be accessed and explored directly from a smartphone, tablet or desktop computer. The performance is phenomenally good.

Exhibitions in the digital world are not new, but the constantly evolving technologies increase the accessibility exponentially. I’m very excited to see how that develops over the next few years.

I had the honour of contributing some works to the gallery’s very first exhibition. From now on you can see some of my posters from the “Programming Posters” series there.

Corona changes everything and I’m very curious how the topic of digital exhibitions will develop in the next months and of course I’m looking forward to the next exhibitions in the shutdown.gallery.


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