Looking at “the contemporary context of archeology and museology,” the installation explores display elements through the lens of 3D virtual reality and is a continuation of a previous show by Õllek When You Have the Object Itself in Front of Your Eyes.
The pair also recently collaborated on an instagram show Exhibit_onscroll exploring similar themes of image representation and “dematerialisation within observing the format of an exhibition.”**
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