Augmented reality is a way of both altering the visible and revealing the invisible. It offers new opportunities for artistic exploration through virtual interventions in real space. Media artist Silvia Ruzanka presents recent work that investigates the relationship between machine/technology and nature through the lens of augmented reality. Using technologies including cellphones, telegraphs, and tiny stereoscopic projections, these projects explore invisible phenomena ranging from Spiritualism to bee colony collapse disorder.
- Silvia Ruzanka, (b. Cuzco, Peru) is a media artist whose projects include video, installation, performance, and virtual environments. silviaruzanka.com/about