The Latvian National Museum of Natural History four days from September 21 to 24 will host augmented reality exhibition "SensUs. Augmented Nature-Cultures". The exhibition is created by international team of artists and curators - RIXC (The center for new media culture, Riga) and NAIA (Naturally Aritificial Intelligence Art, Karlsruhe).
Experience is what happens to us. It is a transformative movement that happens in nature, in cultures and in historical contexts. SensUs exhibition uses augmented reality to create new experiences challenging our sensory perception and revealing our fragile connectedness with the environment.
SensUs artists explore the symbiotic relations between social and ecological systems, making visible the invisible processes in urban nature and tracing the historical and contemporary trajectories of nature-culture sites in three cities – Karlsruhe, Riga and Toronto.
The artworks are virtually located in Karlsruhe and Riga, and can be experienced using the Sensus Art augmented reality application.
The museum will provide tablets, however, for more convenient exploration of the artworks we advise to use your own tablets or smartphone.
More information about the exhibition https://sensusart.rixc.org/.
Th. (21.09.) 12.00–19.00
F. (22.09.) 10.00–17.00
S. (23.09.) 11.00–17.00
Su. (24.09.) 11.00–17.00
Adults – 3,50 €
Seniors, students – 2,50 €*
Pupils – 1,50 €*
* ID required (student card, senior card etc.)
Free admission and discounts - more information here.