The Digital Shift exhibition
Crafting at the edge of virtual and material realities
Lausanne-based Sandra Golay and Alexandre Armand are back in Tokyo to present an immersive exhibition, Digital Shift, which blurs the lines between the material and virtual. From May 31 to June 7, explore how technology can augment human’s perception and visual experience through inflatable sculptures, interactive installations and media at UltraSuperNew Gallery.
Get It Studio is made up of two Swiss artists, Sandra Golay and Alexandre Armand. Aside from research, the Swiss creative duo also does work for clients, including Google, Adobe, Uniqlo, Rolex and Logitech. The duo works at the border of technology, nature and architecture to devise new kinds of visual expression. Their unique aesthetics injects artificial forms of life into graphic and brutalist environments, questioning the profound impact of digitalization on perception and visuality. Their latest project, Digital Shift, takes the form of an immersive exhibition that blurs the lines between the material and virtual. Combining inflatable sculptures, interactive installations and media, Digital Shift augments both reality and human experience, unleashing the viewers’ imagination.
The Digital Shift exhibition has received the support of the Vitality.Swiss program.
Digital Shift Exhibition
Dates: May 31- June 7th
Opening time: 11:00 – 19:00
Venue: UltraSuperNew Gallery (1 Chome-1-3 Jingumae, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0001)
Opening party May 31 (Wed) from 19:00 to 23:00
@Get It Studio