Group Exhibition
19 April–27 June 2021

Yinka Shonibare CBE RA and Lisa Brice feature in ‘theVOV’

Vortic Art, Online

Outset Contemporary Art Fund and art-science collective Visualogical launch ‘theVOV’, an exciting 10-week programme of exhibitions and live events. For its inaugural season, 15 of the UK’s leading museums and galleries - including Hayward Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, The Whitworth, Tate, Spike Island, South London Gallery, Turner Contemporary and Sarabande feature exhibitions in one centralised open-access virtual destination. Season One of ‘theVOV’ is available on Vortic Art, an extended reality (XR) platform created specifically for the visual arts.

Season One’s programme of exhibitions includes the return of Chris Burden’s ‘14 Magnolia Doubles’ to South London Gallery after 15 years; a virtual rehanging of Andreas Gursky’s first major UK retrospective at the Hayward Gallery in 2018; Yinka Shonibare CBE RA’s open air installation at Yorkshire Sculpture Park 2013; Lisa Brice’s 2018 ‘Art Now’ exhibition at Tate Britain; a group show of female artists curated by Hikari Yokoyama with Sarabande; and the assemblage of Ibrahim Mahama’s ‘Parliament of Ghost’ at The Whitworth for Manchester International Festival in 2019.

 

Launching Monday 19 April 2021:

  • Hayward Gallery presents ‘Andreas Gursky’ (2018) 
  • Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art presents ‘Tony Cokes: If UR Reading This It’s 2 Late: Vol 1’ (2019)
  • Spike Island presents ‘Pacita Abad: Life in the Margins’ (2020)

Launching Monday 26 April 2021:

  • Ikon presents 'Hurvin Anderson: reporting back’ (2013)
  • Tate presents ‘Art Now: Lisa Brice’ (2018)
  • Drawing Room presents ‘Marc Bauer: Mal Ȇtre / Performance’ (2019)

Launching Monday 3 May 2021:

  • Yorkshire Sculpture Park presents ‘Yinka Shonibare CBE RA: FABRIC-ATION’ (2013)
  • National Galleries of Scotland presents ‘Hanna Tuulikki: SING SIGN: a close duet’ (2021)
  • The Whitworth, The University of Manchester presents ‘Ibrahim Mahama: Parliament of Ghosts’ (2019)

 
Launching Monday 10 May 2021:

  • South London Gallery presents ‘Chris Burden at the South London Gallery’ (2006)
  • Nottingham Contemporary presents ‘The House of Fame: Convened by Linder’ (2018)
  • The Photographers’ Gallery presents ‘Jan Svoboda: Against the Light’ (2020)

 
Launching Monday 17 May 2021:

  • Sarabande presents ‘Corpus Mentis’ a group show of female artists curated by Hikari Yokoyama (2021)
  • Turner Contemporary presents ‘Katie Paterson & JMW Turner: A place that exists only in moonlight’ (2019)
  • The Showroom presents ‘Collective Intimacy – Reviving a Live Programme’ (2019) 

 

Natasha Hersham and Victoria Westerman, Co-Founders, Visualogical, said: “The effects of the pandemic have been devastating on the cultural sector, but an increased appetite for exploring the digital realm offers new opportunities to open up the arts to truly global audiences, making culture unprecedentedly accessible. We believe that if harnessed sensitively and ethically, online experiences, and the communities generated through them, can not only complement the physical art world but actually further enrich it, leading to a cyclical, symbiotic, and sustainable ecosystem set to flourish far beyond the pandemic. Welcome to the 'Phygital Era'… It is so exciting to be working with 15 of the UK’s leading cultural institutions, experimenting with the latest XR technology. We can’t wait for you to try it. Bon (virtual) voyage!”

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