Virtual Audiences

I don’t know who is the virtual one, the place/event, the audience, or both? After Google published virtual museums, now other (commercial) art institutions seem to go in that direction. Clearly they hope that ‘virtual audiences’ become ‘real’, meaning paying or physical present, audiences. From a visual perspective it is very interesting to see the difference between a flat and very distorted panoramic visual and projections on curved walls, like David Cotterrell used in his exhibition.
[Click on the images below to start a virtual tour]

TEFAF-Artfair-Virtual TourGoogle-VirtualTour-SaoPaulo

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