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5. September 2022
Panel Talk

Save the date | Digital Landscapes | 15 September 2022

elementum is delighted to announce its partnering with the unpaired gallery on the upcoming NFT group exhibition titled “Digital Landscapes”, which opens on Thursday, 15 September at Rigistrasse 2 in Zug, Switzerland. The artists featured in the show include Isabelle Arvers, Stephan Bruelhart, Dan Holdsworth, Alexander Mordvintsev, Tanja Vujinovic, and David Young. On the occasion of the show, we will also be releasing the Genesis NFT drop by the British photographer Dan Holdsworth.

The artworks in this exhibition expose us to a variety of perspectives of what can be understood under the term "Digital Landscapes". They all transform and translate ideals of nature into the virtual space, to create speculative imaginations of places that have not existed before.

This exhibition will show how artists are creating mesmerizing virtual landscapes with a variety of digital tools ranging from artificial intelligence algorithms and deep learning neural networks, game engine visualizations to virtual reality sculpting, 3D Design and point cloud rendering.

In some way or another, nature is always present in these images, although more often than not, it is altered, abstracted or distorted. Nature here is never natural. Taking their reference points in real landscapes or traditional art historical genres of landscape depiction in paintings and photography, the selected artists play with new and unique ideas of how the digital landscapes of the future might look like.

“Digital Landscapes” is curated by Marlene Wenger and Petra Tomljanovic.

"Digital Landscapes" is on view until 30 September, 2022.

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