pop-up gallery

Pop-Up Galleries 2012-2013 organised by the AR Lab

The AR Lab and the research department Innovative Visualisation Techniques, both headed by Yolande Kolstee, coordinated four Pop-Up Galleries alongside four lectures organised by the Royal Academy of Art’s lecture programme, Studium Generale. A Pop-Up Gallery is an exhibition of limited duration – one evening only. These events enabled students from different departments at the Academy to showcase the results of their research into the artistic possibilities of new media – specifically Augmented Reality (AR).

Code Pop-Up Gallery: Coding Victory Boogie Woogie. On Tuesday 23 April 2013

Coding as skill for artists. Works by ArtScience/C0d3l4b students as well as some works from the contest to code Mondriaan's Victory Boogie Woogie, will be on show on TUESDAY 23 April, at 16.00 hrs in the Gallery. This is an extra Pop-Up Gallery in the Pop-Up series initiated by the research department IVT. The first Pop Up Gallery was with Graphic Design students, followed by Photography students and Fine Art students.

3rd Pop-Up Gallery: Fine Art

The third Pop-Up Gallery on Augmented Reality will take place on 21 March 2013 at 18.30 hrs in the Bleijenburg hall at the Academy! Fine Art students create works based on the theme Augmented Reality of the Unconscious. Prior to the exhibiton, and orginised by Studium Generale, AR-artist Lieven van Velthoven will present his work and Scarlett Hooft Graafland is set to give her presentation entitled "Soft Horizons, realtime software, games and art".