TheArtificial Museumis the connection between physical, digital, and imaginary worlds, transforming analog art into digital experiences.
The Artificial Museum creates a surreality map of augmented sculptures at various locations around Europe. The free placement of animated artifacts in public spaces invites users to dive into this extended world.
The Museum is connected to the real world through the web-based augmented reality application you are currently visiting, we hope you will enjoy your stay.
Adam Lebesmühlbacher, Anna-Lena Schlamp, Antonio Labuhar, Barbis Ruder, Bela Bender, Caroline Bergwinkl, Chora Malik, Christian Milutinovic, Dagmar Rohm, David Pridal, David Wuchte, Elet.Irrlicht, Felix Reiterer, Florian Salvesberger, Guillermo Tellechea, Heinz Seidenbusch, Hr. Litto, Ines Blatterer, Integral, Jakob Sam, Jascha Ehrenreich, Jay Vaughan, Kion - Laurenz Oellinger, Kokoro, Lev Kerbel, Litto / Daniela Weiss, Lysann Németh, Mandy Knospe, Marek Simonik, Mathias Hradecsni, Meks, Miss Bubblebliss, Noémi Kiss, Oktogon / Sebastian Konzett, Philipp Reinsberg, Reinhold Zisser, Selina Nowak, Simon Rainer, Stefan Stürzer, Stefan Voglsinger, TheSystemCollective, Tim Peham, Tim Rakutt, Tobias Schermann, Vandragon, Verena Tscherner, YUKI, Zirkus Mops
The foundation of the Artificial Museum,
TheSystem - Phase.1, was commissioned by KÖR
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