Speculative Species at Espronceda - Center for Art and Culture, Barcelona
Radiance co-presents the VR experiences by Bianca Kennedy & The Swan Collective, Juan LeParc, Jakob Kudsk Steensen and Lara Torrance at the exhibition Speculative Species - VR Art in the Age of the Anthropocene at Espronceda - Center for Art and Culture, Barcelona, Spain (June 20 to 29, 2019).
Toronto New Wave Festival
Radiance co-presents the VR experience by Martina Menegon, Torsten Hink, Bianca Kennedy & The Swan Collective, Marc Lee, Ora Ruven, Paul Hertz, Christopher Manzione & Seth Cluett at this year's Toronto New Wave Festival (August 23, 2019).
Locarno Film Festival
Radiance VR collaborates with this year’s Locarno Film Festival (August 7-17, 2019) and presents Séamus Gallagher’s VR experience HAUS OF HARAWAY in the VR “Gender Bender” program in honor of John Waters.
Li Alin at SxTech
Trinity Square Video, Toronto
Collaboration between RadianceVR and Trinity Square Video (Toronto) presenting the VR works Where does your Quinoa come from? (2017) by badgrandpa and Nice To Be Here (2018) by Lara Torrance on TSV's V/Art Projects. (Download the App: App Store / Play)
Matthew Keff at Creative Tech Week, New York
Khora Contemporary x Synthesis Gallery x Radiance, Berlin
Khora Contemporary, Copenhagen, Synthesis Gallery and RadianceVR, Berlin jointly organized the VR exhibition So Far, Still So Close, curated by Tina Sauerlaender and George Vitale, for the Gallery Weekend Berlin, April 26-28, 2019
Inside VR images: Courtesy Khora Contemporary
Speculative Cultures at The New School / Parsons, New York
Radiance VR co-presents the VR experiences by Matias Brunacci, Francois Knoetze and Erin Ko & Jamie Martinez at the exhibition Speculative Cultures. A Virtual Reality Exhibition, curated by Tina Sauerlaender, Peggy Schoenegge and Erandy Vergara, at Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Gallery, Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, February 7 - April 14, 2019
Mohsen Hazrati at oMo artspace, Berlin
With the event Traversing The Earth Without Moving, Radiance VR presents the talk by Iranian artist Mohsen Hazrati and his one night exhibition of the VR artwork Tey-Al-Tool as well as his FAL Project (Augmented Reality) at oMo artspace, Berlin-Neukölln, March 28, 2019