MoMAR presents ‘Augmented Species. Invasive Sculptures in Hybrid Ecologies’.
Leaving behind established dualisms, the exhibition Augmented Species. Invasive Sculptures in Hybrid Ecologies, curated by Tina Sauerlaender and Ursula Ströbele, presents four contemporary artistic positions working in the field of sculpture, cyber ecology, and eco fiction:
Sofia Crespo & Feileacan McCormick,
and Tamiko Thiel.
They all deal with new technologies and forms of display, thus developing a site-specific sculptural aesthetics of the living, along with expanded possibilities of the sculptural in the digital age.
MoMAR is an unauthorized gallery concept aimed at democratizing physical exhibition spaces, museums, and the curation of art within them. MoMAR is non-profit, non-owned, and exists in the absence of any privatized structures. MoMAR uses Augmented Reality to overlay art onto existing artwork and frames housed in museums and gallery spaces around the world.