ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
October 12th, 2018 - January 6th, 2019
Step into a colorful digital menagerie of nature-inspired creatures and plant life that will react in real-time to your gestures and actions.
New Nature by Marpi, the latest interactive art exhibition at ARTECHOUSE, explores our organic world through an immersive audio-visual experience, incorporating computer learning (A.I.), responsive technology, and music. Driven by your sensory movements, the multi-user artworks create real-time generative patterns, forming a virtual terrarium of insects, plants, creatures, landscapes, planets, and more, all in different shapes and sizes. These ever-evolving worlds morph and melt over time, reacting to people throughout the space. Marpi’s work harnesses the power of cutting-edge digital tools to offer new ways of interpreting the ecosystems and organic processes all around us.
New Nature is the first large-scale solo exhibition for renowned technologist and digital artist Mateusz “Marpi” Marcinowski. The artist bases his experience on early gaming platforms that delighted children with their joyfulness such as Tamagotchi and Super Mario Brothers. Taking the gaming’s MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role playing game) platform and combining it with organically-inspired virtual worlds, he creates interactive installation art where anyone and everyone can participate.
“I think people are ready to use technology in more abstract, interesting, and complicated ways,” says the artist of his practice. “You have to be playful to find something creative.”
ARTECHOUSE is delighted to present New Nature, an exhibition which furthers its mission to foster the creation of new, experiential art forms, as well as its commitment to showcasing the work of thought-leaders in the interdisciplinary possibilities of art, science, and technology..
"It is a truly evolving exhibit where the first day of the exhibit will really look different in a week, in a month, or in few months. There will be no prediction as this revolution will be determined by the computer learning software and visitor interactions" - Marpi on New Nature
"It was a fascinating experience interacting with the installations and being part of Marpi’s unique cosmos." - CHROM ART