What We Call Sculpture at Cerma Explores Art in Virtual Spaces

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: May 18, 2013 • References: cerma.de & triangulationblog
Online exhibits, such as What We Call Sculpture at Cerma, delve into the virtual gallery realm pushing boundaries in the field of digital sculpture creation and the online medium.

The exhibit features pieces by artists Manuel Fernandez, Chris Timms, and Francoise Gamma who are showing their pieces titled 'New Ruins,' 'Sensual Objects,' and 'Ecstasy rmx' respectively. Each digital sculpture is captivating in its exploration of the online artistic medium that arouses intellectuals on perception and relation to virtual vs. physical spaces.

The exhibition is "a collection of works that use sculpture procedures, installation, intervention, etc. as a means of digital experimentation to develop artistic strategies online," says Cerma on the site. Indeed the tension between the virtual an real world is fascinating as boundaries are blurred with novel technology making What We Call Sculpture at Cerma vastly fascinating. Stats for Virtual Sculpture Exhibits Trending: Older & Mild
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