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September 1st - 8th, 2022


Ultramarin - An Immersive Exhibition by VRHAM! Virtual Reality and Arts Festival Hamburg

Artistic Director: Ulrich Schrauth

Location: Tana Art Space / Tanarte, Fondamenta de la Tana 2109A, Castello (close to the Biennale Arsenale entrance) Google maps link.

Opening hours: open everyday from 1pm to 8pm. On Thursday 1st the exhibition will close at 5pm.

Free tickets: Reservation is suggested but not mandatory. Book your free entrance on the official website

On its fifth anniversary, Germany's first artistic Virtual Reality Festival VRHAM! presents ULTRAMARIN - An Immersive Exhibition in a traveling exhibition. After the German premiere on June 2 and 3 in Hamburg, an international ensemble of artists headed by curator Ulrich Schrauth will travel to Venice in the context of the Venice Film Festival and the Venice Art Biennale: from September 1 - 8, established and new works will be presented to an international audience.

"After the positive response, both from visitors in Hamburg and from our partners, we are very pleased to present ULTRAMARIN in the art metropolis of Venice. There is probably no other place where the curatorial engagement with water finds such metaphorical depth as in the city of lagoons. As artistic director, it is important for me to shine a spotlight on water as an important resource through immersive art. We want to provide visitors with novel experiences through the use of innovative technologies. We are excited to see how the international audience reacts to the immersive works of our artists and hope for numerous visitors and new contacts beyond national borders," says Ulrich Schrauth, Artistic Director of VRHAM!

In Venice, visitors will experience works in Virtual and Augmented Technology, Mixed Media and Projection Mapping. List of artists (excerpt): Can Büyükberber | (ZKM, Ars Electronica, Sonar D+); Jakob Kudsk Steensen | (Serpentine Gallery London, Luma Arles, LAS Light Art Space Berlin); Studio Adrien M & Clarie B |; Mélodie Mousset (MoKa, ZABLUDOWICZ Collection, MAC Lyon); Christoph Monchalin; Olivia McGilchrist |

VRHAM! is supported by the Québec Government Office in Germany and the Senate Chancellery of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg.

Francesco Allegretto. Courtesy VRHAM!

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