National Geographic Documents Rachel Rossin’s Use of Tech in Art

One of the most important minds in virtual reality today, artist Rachel Rossin’s work has redefined perceptions about the medium and its capabilities. In a short documentary that clocks in just under three minutes, National Geographic sits down with Rossin as she explains her attempts at delivering a randomness that mimics life. The artist takes tactile work into the digital realm and also pulls physical …

Sundance Film Festival 2017: New Frontier

Highlighting five narrative and experimental VR films at this year's two-venue exhibition

It’s once again time for many to descend upon Park City, Utah for the Sundance Film Festival, this year running 19-29 January. As the largest independent film festival in the US, Sundance continues to dazzle with its quality of content and creative atmosphere. Even in growth it has maintained tremendous discretion, especially regarding one of our favorite divisions: New Frontier. Now in its 11th year, …

Miami Art Week 2016: Theater + Virtual Reality Collide

From intimate, immersive drama to no-limits theater and geodesic dome dance performances, all in the Faena District

One can expect many things from Art Basel Miami Beach and Miami Art Week as a whole—there’s the frequent opportunity for Anish Kapoor selfies; plenty of Instagrammable, text-based statement pieces (some good, some really not); and unlikely collaborations at obscure locations that one must fight against the traffic to witness. This year, however, a few surprises left resounding impressions, and they were drawn from the …