THE VIRTUAL SPACE OF PRELUDE 360°
Digital composites of photography and graphic montage - with soundscapes, videos and interactive possibilities.
Each work of art evolves within the concept of its message and in the
spirit of the Prelude project.
The Prelude project utilizes art as a means to evoke ecological awareness by using the virtual space as a potential venue for its platform, enhancing the availability of its message. Based upon art with references to global warming and environmental change, the virtual tour of Prelude deploys each work of art into 360° equirectangular panoramas. The artworks of Prelude, were created during the years 2014-19, and has previously been exhibited in different venues and most recently, as a solo exhibition at the Photographic Centre Nykyaika, in Tampere, Finland (January 2019).
Art can affect society and give a voice to the cause through emotive engagement. The Virtual Tour of Prelude combines low-tech with emerging tech and art with science. It engages the viewer to explore the immersive art of Prelude and is an online project made available through the Kuula platform.
The Prelude project received the LICC 2020 shortlist award, category: CREATE (Art):
Artwork of Prelude was invited to appear at the Ecofeminism and Education Conference. The work from invited artists was arranged as an online virtual gallery and displayed online for one month.
Prelude was a part of the Visual Catalysts exhibition, during the Backlight Festival in Tampere, Finland: 26.9.–18.10.2020 • Culture House Laikku. The exhibition also published as a book, with all of the work from the participating artists.
Prelude was invited to participate in Speculum Artium festival's program: DigitalBigScreen 360˚ in Trbovlje, Slovenia in October the 17-19.10 2019. The annual festival has hosted important researchers and artists from all over the world and this year's theme is "Humanization of Technology". DigitalBigScreen is a video festival, organized annually by the Regional Culture Center Delavski dom in Trbovlje (DDT) since 2010. The festival offers large cinema screens and projectors as a type of high-quality video presentation during the event.
An action or event serving as an introduction to something more important