Altered Realities – Sculpture Meets Virtual Reality

Come inside the new VR installation by Alison Gill produced with Iain Nicholls. Project Tomorrow People attempts to bring together real and virtual worlds.

22 February – 11 March

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Friday: 11am – 6pm
Saturday: 12 noon – 5pm

2017: What is going on? We stand at a hyperreal crossroads: a virtual reality in one direction, augmented dead ahead, and a post-truth, post-reality actualities another.

Against this backdrop Altered Realities has been formed. Comprised of works submitted via an open call to students, staff and alumni of Central Saint Martins, it comprises creative responses that acknowledge and respond to the altered states & twisted realities in which we find ourselves.

Within the exhibition, a social space will play host to a number of discussions, workshops and talks, aided by cold brewed coffee, ensuring participants leave refreshed as well as recalibrated.

Alison Gill and Iain Nicholls will be talking about their collaboration and the ideas behind Project Tomorrow People on 2 and 3 March from 4 pm to 6 pm.

Featuring works by: Jocelyn Anquetil, Rosemarie Back, Simon Banos, Craig Barnes, Daria Blum, Tom Bull, Nicolas Canal Tinius, Anais Comer, Asa Desouza-Jones, Hannah Doucet, Naomi Ellis, Katrin Elmer, Elliot Gibbons, Alison Gill & Iain Nicholls, Fi Hartley, Melanie King, Ayse Kipri, Benjamin Lansky, Dongsun Lim, Louis Lupien, X Marks the Bökship, Benjamin Marland, Juan Mateus Vargas, Henry Mills, Fié Neo & Alcinda Lee, Paul O’Kane, Gribaudi Plytas, Katarina Rankovic, Federico Sargentone, Alex Schady, Sana Serkebaeva, Esna Su, First Sukpaiboon, Lars Svaland Høie, Mark Titchner, Oliver Vanes, Kaitlyn Walker-Stewart, Matthew Wang, Neale Willis, Haocheng Wu, Clunie Reid