Kinetic Imaging Associate Professor, Pam Turner was recently featured in an article in Richmond publication, Style Weekly on her work with augmented reality (AR) currently on display in collaborative show, Environment at Risk at Plant Zero Project Space & Gallery. Turner, whose work is heavily influenced by the earth and environment, hopes to utilize AR technology to help others reconnect with nature by prompting viewers of her work to investigate relationships within their surroundings that are often overlooked. Through her piece “Sensing/Seeking” using AR app “Artvive”, Turner strives to extend her vision and facilitate a more immersive experience for the viewer.
Environment at Risk is on view now through March 22, with a mid-show reception on Friday, February 28 at 6pm.
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