London – With Covid-19 reducing access to the arts, AORA is using digital exhibitions to create a sense of calm and wellbeing.
AORA provides a virtual opportunity to view a series of global exhibitions from emerging artists. The platform is accessible online and seeks to encourage introspective serenity, using art, architecture and music. Building on its virtual offering, AORA is also giving people a physical experience with a recent three-day physical installation.
The platform focuses on four main tenets. Providing an avenue to access art, architecture and music is the first, as well as encouraging sales via its e-shop. The platform also aims to utilise the therapeutic properties of art to encourage reflective healing for those affected by Covid-19, bringing visitors together to establish a digital community.
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