VR Art Camp SHOW & TELL
with Quinn Keck, Lia Sutton and Minoosh Zomorodinia
Experience being in a virtual art piece while engaging in a conversation with the artist!
Resident artists give a 20 min tour in their VR studios that they’ve built during their residency. Please join our Show & Tell in the Art Camp Commons in Mozilla Hubs*!
Link will be sent upon registration.
10-11:30am PST // 6-7:30pm CET
If this is your first time in Mozilla Hubs, please join our warm up exercise 15 minutes before the Show & Tell at 9:45 am PST! We'll show you the basic technical skills so you can participate in the event the most comfortably. Fast internet and computer (with a mouse ;) can make a difference in your experience.
Here is a video that helps to navigate in the Art Camp Commons: https://youtu.be/jSN8G1no9kc
Art Camp is a homesome virtual art residency and gathering, an alternative to our many missing social events. Womxn and underrepresented artists investigate the possibilities of creating and inhabiting a communal place with care, that is accessible both on a browser and in virtual reality. The residency accumulates in the Show & Tell on the last Sundays of every second month.
ABOUT our March Cohort:
As part of her Parent Artist Residency, Judit Navratil (founder of Art Camp) invited the extended community of Kala Art Institute to think about online art gatherings, and to create a communal social VR space together. Show & Tell starts in this common place, then each artist will give a 20 min tour in their virtual "studios" that they’ve built during their residency.
Quinn Keck is a multidisciplinary artist working across traditional printmaking, painting, and digital mediums. Trained in painting and printmaking, Quinn also combines writing and code in their work to create dialogues on the human experience. Instead of portraying the physical form of people, places, and themselves, Quinn portrays their inner layers and dimensions through abstractions. Their work has been displayed across the United States in both solo and group exhibitions. They hold a Bachelor's in Studio Art and Human Rights from Hampshire College and a Masters of Data Science from the University of San Francisco.
Lia Sutton is a New York City born artist, based in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York. Sutton’s work is propelled by play, embodiment, and movement. Currently an artist in residence and instructor at Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, CA, she has exhibited her sculpture, drawing, printmaking, video and participatory art work nationally and internationally. She received her MFA from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY and her BA from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA. She also studied at the Escuela de Arte Útil with Tania Bruguera at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, CA. Sutton is a member of the Public Education Faculty at San Francisco Art Institute.
Minoosh Zomorodinia is an Iranian-born interdisciplinary artist who makes visible the emotional and psychological reflections of her mind's eye inspired by nature. She employs walking as a catalyst to reference the power of technology as a colonial structure while negotiating boundaries of lands. Zomorodinia serves on Southern Exposures’s Curatorial Council, Berkeley Art Center Program Committee, and a Board Member of Women Eco Artists Dialog. She has received several awards, and residences including the Kala Media Fellowship Award, Headlands Center for the Arts, Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists' Residency, I-park Foundation, Santa Fe Art Institute Residency, Djerassi Residency, and Recology Artist Residency. She has exhibited locally and internationally at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco Arts Commission, Pori Art Museum, Berkeley Art Center, Nevada Museum of Art, ProARTS, and Currents 826 gallery. Her work featured in SF Chronicle, Hyperallergic, SFWeekly, KQED and many more. She earned her MFA in New Genres from the San Francisco Art Institute, and holds a Masters degree in Graphic Design and BA in Photography from Azad University in Tehran. She currently lives and works in the Bay Area.
Space is limited to 21 active participants. As a Room Guest, you may engage in conversation with the artists after the presentations. In case the room is full, you can still watch the event from the Lobby, which is limited for viewing only. Please arrive on time in order to be our Room Guest! (Link will be sent upon registration)
Your generous donations support the collective labor of Art Camp artists and to maintain our gatherings, but no-one turned away for lack of funds / NOTAFLOF.
*Mozilla Hubs is accessible with or without VR headsets, simply in your browser (computer, phones, tablets etc.) - best on Firefox.
Use these keys for navigation:
Arrow keys or
WS (move forward-back) // holding SHIFT makes your move faster
AD (move left-right)
cursor or QE for rotation
press G to enable flying mode (and don’t get stuck on 3D objects)
or find further info here: https://hubs.mozilla.com/docs/hubs-controls.html