Incorporeal (VR Exhibition)
03.09.2021 @ PrivatePrint Studio
In the work of Iva Stankovska so far, her creative process is following the principles of chance, action and spatiality. As part of this collaboration, in the VR Studio, her practice entered a space where it was challenged by completely different principles, those of computer technology. Incorporeal is a virtual exhibition where Stankovska successfully translates her work into virtual form. And she does that consistently to her previous practice by introducing the concept of chance in relation to the virtual environment. In it, we, as visitors, become a coincidence ourselves and we are positioned in a space that has a very intimate character. The exhibition puts us in the position of newcomers who gravitate incorporeally between works that in reality are almost impossible to be realized: a floating ice cube that will never melt or a snow angel that will never be snowed in.
TEAM Artist: Iva Stankovska | 3D designer: Borko Hadjievski | Musician: Keti Tancheva | Curator: Ilija Prokopiev | Programmer: Milan Nasevikj | Coordinator: Marija Hristova | The sound was specially created for this exhibition and was recorded in Radio MOF.
Click the bottom 360° View in the right upper angle, to see the exhibition!
A guide to the best experience of this virtual exhibition:
1. For a better experience open the exhibition on a mobile phone.
2. Click the first button on the toolbar of the exhibition screen above, to open it in full screen (if the menu allows you this option).
3. For the full experience, click to allow the sound.
PrivatePrint - VR Studio is a collaborative program for curating and designing virtual exhibitions. The program started with the idea of the architect and 3D designer Borko Hadjievski, one of the founders of PrivatePrint Studio and our long-time collaborator, who created the virtual version of our studio. The PrivatePrint - VR studio team curates, models, and designs an exhibition placed entirely in a virtual space on a given artistic proposal.
This year, the upgraded VR Studio is co-financed by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of North Macedonia and made possible through our activities in the PrivatePrint Meets series funded by the Prince Claus Network Partnership Programme.