By fusing digital projections with physical textures, artist Rupert Newman interferes with what’s real and not real. He would’ve done ole Jean Baudrillard, french theorist and conjurer of the simulacra and simulation theories, very proud. The ground floor gallery space of The Hospital Club in London’s Covent Garden will be filled with both interactive and static images – manipulated by light – and which aim to challenge what the viewer sees, evoking less ordinary perceptions.
Newman’s work will no doubt contribute significantly to digital and interactive art’s enquiries into interventionism and art as an experiential performance.
The show will coincide with London Fashion Week and is curated by Aretha Campbell Fine Art.
The Hospital Club, 24 Endell Street, London, WC2H 9HQ
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