Kevin Mack exhibited 3D printed sculptures, prints on canvas as well as VR works in Spatial Reality: Artists Explore the Future of XR at Sp[a]ce Gallery in Pasadena. The exhibit opened October 12 and closes on October 28th. Thanks to the Gallery Manager Wendy Sherman and Curator Jesse Damiani for including Kevin's work in the exhibit of over 25 Artists. Check out the press from the exhibit:
The Art of XR Featured in Prestigious Gallery Exhibition by Charlie Fink Oct 12, 2018 FORBES
Check out Cutting Edge Virtual Art in Pasadena This October by Juliet Bennett Rylah Oct 11, 2018 WELIKEL.A.
Free Pasadena VR Art Show Goes Way Beyond Games by Mike Roe Oct 11, 2018 LAIST
The Future of XR is Now by Tanja M. Laden October 10, 2018 LAWEEKLY
Kevin Mack previewed his work in progress, Anandala, at AfterParty event at Moxi, Wolf Museum of Exploration and Innovation in Santa Barbara on August 17, 2018. The installation, including Kevin's 3D printed sculptures and Blortasia, is on view till September 3rd.
Blortasia by Kevin Mack is exhibiting at Moxi, The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation in Santa Barbara, California. Blortasia exhibit is open till September 3rd, 2018. Special preview weekend of Anandala, Kevin's newest VR piece, in the works during the exhibit. Also exhibiting, Digiti Sonus by Yoon Han. Thank you to Curator Marco Pinter & Director of Exhibits Sean O'Brien for the opportunity.
BPK Entertainment hosted the Kevin Mack Experience in Lyon, France. The exhibit featured a preview of Kevin Mack's latest VR Art work, Anandala. Also, exhibited 18 large 2D prints of imagery from Anandala and Blortasia. Blortasia is one of the titles included at BPK Entertainment. Anandala is still a work in progress, special limited exhibitions are in the works. Thank you to the BPK team, Ludovic Busato and Emmanuel Preclaire for organizing and executing the KME Experience in Lyon!
Kids of all ages stopped by to try Blortasia and Zen Parade at the 9th annual Night On Broadway event in Downtown Los Angeles. For many people, it was there first experience trying Virtual Reality. Thanks to all who braved the traffic to attend the event!
Next Art Night, curated by Natalie Sun of Next Art Tech, was an experimental night of art and tech, held at Mophonics in Culver City, CA. The event featured creatives in Virtual Reality Art, Web and Tech presenting cutting edge experiences. Shape Space VR exhibited Blortasia for HTC Vive, available soon on Steam, and Zen Parade, available now on the Oculus store for GearVR. Kevin Mack also exhibited 3D Printed sculptures and prints on canvas.