- 7500 Visitors
- 60 Artworks
- 90 Artists
- 5 Days
Recto VRso is an international art and virtual reality festival. It will take place from 22th to 26th April 2020, alongside the Laval Virtual exhibition. Founded by the artist/researcher and exhibition curator Judith Guez, it exhibits works by artists, researchers, students and explorers who in one way or another examine the medium of virtual and mixed reality, showing another aspect of VR.
This year, the theme of the festival is : Real body/Virtual body.
There are two parts to Recto VRso: Art & VR Gallery and the Art Itinerary.
The official ‘Art&VR Gallery’ exhibition presents artworks selected after an international call for projects. The exhibition will take place in the 17th century chapel of Ambroise Paré High School, from the 22th to 26th April 2020.
One of the artists exhibiting at the Art&VR Gallery will have the honour of receiving a Laval Virtual Award (in the Art&VR category) during the awards ceremony on 23rd April at the Laval Theatre.
This itinerary highlights artistic diversity by inviting established artists, students, researchers and collectives to take over different symbolic places of Laval, like the Bateau-Lavoir, the Bains Douches, the Laval Theatre and the Perrine Garden.
Eve dance is an unplaceable place
Eve is a girl who makes the encounter between what is real and what is not possible, travelling between dimensions, shaping questions. In this encounter, three random users enter Eve’s body and travel in stories by means of incarnation, a virtual reality experience. Artists: Margherita Bergamo and Daniel Gonzalez Production: Mark Lee & Lucia Candelperghe