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    The installation One Direction consists of a classic linocut print and contemporary technology represented by the virtual reality. It is a contra… Read More
    The installation One Direction consists of a classic linocut print and contemporary technology represented by the virtual reality. It is a contradiction between the actual and the virtual, transposition of two-dimensional analogue print into three-dimensional computer generated world. The first one is graphics , large format linocut in size 140x400 cm. The second one is VR set with a looped stereoscopic animation. The picture you see in VR is an extension of large format linocut, exposed on the wall. The whole art portrays infinite rows of figures lacking individual features. Thanks to the use of VR googles the viewer is entering the very middle of the crowd, immersing in it and becoming a part of the installation. It enables the viewer to almost tangibly, feel the overwhelmingness and helplessness of the individual. The aim is to provide the viewer with a deeper immersion into this invented world and it is used to intensify the perception. Read Less
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