London – Design studio Field has unveiled Violescence, a solo exhibition spanning wearable sculptures, fashion, film, virtual reality (VR) and animation.
Last week’s exhibition centred around new work Quasar, which comprised three VR experiences examining abstract concepts of aggression, sensitivity and inquisitiveness. Donning a wearable sculpture, participants became explorers of near-future worlds, their journeys acting as a metaphor for our internal emotional frictions.
‘Quasar describes the spirit of pioneering as three human archetypes, each with their own means of perception, rationale and communication,’ explains Field.
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