Digital 3D Art Projects & Media Installations > Veraverses, Exhibited at Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary

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Veraverses is a multifaceted artwork that seamlessly merges the physical and digital realms, offering an immersive experience divided into two captivating parts. This unique collaboration showcases the visionary works of digital art pioneer Vera Molnar and contemporary artist Snow Yunxue Fu. Veraverses serves as an ode to the past, a celebration of the present, and a glimpse into boundless future possibilities.

The installation is a showcase of the Metaverse (Web 3) Sculpture Park with 3D moving monuments built by Digital Human Daughter ICE, inspired by the various works of the one and only Vera Molnar, embodied in the form of an avatar character. Both the actual Metaverse and the film of the avatars are exhibited in the exhibition À LA RECHERCHE DE VERA MOLNAR.

The exhibition pays tribute to the artistic legacy of Vera Molnar, who passed away shortly before her 100th birthday. Born in Hungary and educated at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Molnar lived and created in France from 1947 until her death. From 1968, she was among the first to create artworks using a real computer, and she is still widely regarded as one of the most significant pioneers of computer art. One half of the two-part exhibition is 100. Vera Molnar, who died shortly before her birthday, pays homage to the life work of Vera Molnar, reviews the defining chapters of her career. On the other half of the exhibition space, a special international group exhibition material will be presented for the first time in the world, which pays homage to the work of internationally recognized artists and unique reflections on the work of life.

Exhibition Info:
The Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art is hosting:
Artworks by Vera Molnar and Homages by Internationally Acclaimed Artists
February 10, 2024 - April 14, 2024

Richard CASTELLI, Zsófia MÁTÉ

Homage Artists:
Refik ANADOL, Arno BECK, Snow Yunxue FU, Mario KLINGEMANN, Patrick LICHTY, Frieder NAKE, Casey REAS, Antoine SCHMITT, Erwin STELLER, Tamiko THIEL and /p, u2p050, Iskra VELITCHKOVA, aurèce VETTIER, Mark WILSON, Samuel YAN

The exhibition is a collaboration between the Ludwig Museum, the Foundation for Art and Culture (Stiftung für Kunst und Kultur) and the Vintage Gallery, and supported by Josef Broich.

*Project Manager: Diego Lechuga Rodriguez
Project Assistants: Grace Redman, Sarah Ann Banks, & Eujin Kim