The first site-specific virtual exhibition powered by WAVA––a Frankfurt-based project and app that enables placing, sharing and experiencing virtual works of art in specific physical locations.

“The Anlage” comprises six artworks encompassing some of the wide spectra of possibilities expanded by virtual interventions into physical space. Shaun Motsi (*1989, Harare, ZW) planted a tree from the Avatar movie in the middle of the Nizza Garden––Untitled (Nü Sensitivity) (2021). Also in Nizza, Tanya V. Abelson (*1985, Buenos Aires, AR) composed Tambourine (2021), a music piece for the imported plants planted along the path. Towards Willy-Brandt-Platz, beside the banking district, Alex Chalmers (*1991, Whangārei, Aotearoa/NZ) presents Untitled (2022), a digital elevator cabin that now appears cut out among the skyscrapers which once encapsulated it. Across the street, Benedikt Ackermann (*1994, Frankfurt, DE) thought an AI machine to identify manholes, the underground shafts holding the cables which are the base of our virtual life itself, in a work titled Embedded systems (2022). In the middle of the park, Florian Adolph (*1977, Marburg, DE) placed two massive virtual sculptures, Paper and Stele (both 2019), and on a small hilltop in front of the Deutsche Bank towers, Kristin Reiman’s (*1992, Tallinn, EE) work How to unfocus completely (2022) plays out of two virtual speakers.

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