In a social situation where it was difficult for us living in Cali, Changsha, and Sapporo to physically meet, we created a portal by sending our imaginations back and forth. The Portal was placed in each city. We dispersed a virtual world into the physical world and made it virtual again by documentation. In the online exhibition, the portal is open to the audience as well. The same virtual content leads to the imagination of a different place.
To experience the artwork, you will need two devices: 1. a screen with the open website of The Portal (it can be a laptop screen or any), and 2. a smartphone or tablet with a camera and speaker, Chrome or Safari browser and Internet connection. On the second device, please open the AR app via clicking on the ‘’hello world’’ tag, which will allow you to experience the piece while pointing on the screen 1, scanning the portal.
Yilin Wang – Changsha (China)
Mauricio Díaz – Cali (Colombia)
Artist, Creative Director, Entrepreneur, Professional in Graphic Design, with over 15 years of experience. Mauricio has worked with agencies, television channels, and creative studios conceptualizing and producing projects for national and international brands. Mauricio is the founder and director of Cacumen, an important creative studio in Cali, which nationally pioneers in mapping, country creating content, and general production, directing more than 70 technological artistic projects such as architectural mapping, installations on scenographies, table mapping, virtual reality development, and holograms.
Miyuki Oka – Sapporo (Sapporo)