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What if we told you about a free global event with the ability to transcend borders, lockdowns and just about anything else 2021 can throw of us? For the next year, botanical gardens all over the world are playing host to Seeing the Invisible, an augmented reality art exhibition initiated by the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens in partnership with Outset Contemporary Art Fund. Luckily for Melburnians, the Royal Botanic Gardens and Cranbourne Botanic Gardens are two of the participating locations.
All 12 gardens are presenting the same exhibition, however, it will be experienced slightly differently against the unique backdrop of each setting. All you need is an app, a charged phone and a couple of hours to explore.
The exhibition is comprised of thirteen individual works by some of the world’s most prolific and visionary artists including Ai Wei Wei, El Anatsui, Mohammed Kazem and Australia’s own Mel O’Callaghan. Exploring the boundaries and connections between art, technology, and nature, each artwork offers a unique perspective on some of the world’s most pressing and unresolved issues. Unlike many of the virtual exhibitions introduced during COVID, the works can’t be viewed online – you’re required to actually visit the gardens to participate, creating a unique ‘phygital’ experience surrounded by nature.