THE ND-SERIAL, 2020/2021
THE ND-Serial - The latest work by Armin Keplinger features a virtual blend of multiple VR-experiences, investigating and expanding on the definition of sculptural objects in VR. The centre of this formal aesthetic investigation is marked by the use of 4 different unique kinetic bodies that are staged in the three dimensional virtual space with its own possibilies and the abscence of phyiscal laws. The fil rouge of the work is the recurrent use of a thin vertical needle-shaped object that arranged in different numbers and shapes creates a monolithic unit. The viewer is gently guided around the needle blocks. At times sudden jumps are
introduced to help establish new perceptions of scale and space, stability and fragility, abstraction and objectivity - disturbing the otherwise contemplative viewer’s journey. The surroundings of the virtual environment are modulated according to different layers of speed. In the seemingly lawless environment of ‘THE ND-Serial’, the last frontiers of Virtual Reality are stretched gracefully and effortlessly.
10min 20 sec (short-edit), 360-degree video
ABOUT THE ARTIST
ARMIN KEPLINGER (b. 1982, AUT, www.arminkeplinger.com) is a berlin based artist with focus on digital image creation and state of art CGI techniques. In his practice, Keplinger explores the interaction between digital and physical spaces as well as the split between different stages of time. During recent years, Keplinger has focused his creative efforts on the intersection between physical and virtual space, with special emphasis on Virtual Reality. In his work, Keplinger relies on a minimalistic visual prose through artworks that constantly change forms and shapes in order to shift people´´s perception. His video works, sculptures and installations have been exhibited at Hamburger Kunsthalle (GER), Opera National de Paris (FRA), Saatchi Gallery (UK) and Hessel Museum of Art (USA) among other ones.
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