Virtual reality 360° exhibition


From 29th November to 5th December, we invite you to dive into our VR exhibition!

Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova
Exhibition opening: 29. november, 19.00
Open daily: 12.00–18.00

The 4th traditional showcase of the latest original works that bring together the worlds of animation, computer games, and virtual reality. You are kindly invited to join us in exploring acclaimed artists’ animated depths in the world of illusion!

The Hangman at Home
Michelle Kranot, Uri Kranot
Canada, Denmark, France, 2020
What does the hangman think about when he goes home at night after work?
The Hangman at Home is an animated VR experience exploring themes surrounding acknowledgement and the awkward intimacy of humanness. Told in five interwoven stories, each situation presents a person, or persons in a delicate moment: fragile, playful, terrified, contemplated, confused, curious.

Disociacija / Dislokacije / Dislocation
Veljko Popović, Milivoj Popović
Croatia, France, 2020
The VR experience Dislocation takes a look at an absurd moment of disbelief and fear. It examines the internal processes that develop and offers a visual depiction of a person forced into extreme circumstances – a moment of dislocation. We follow the protagonist along a beach in Greece, the Texas desert and a Slovenian forest and journey into his mind where the memories of his lost home slowly decay.

Vladislav Knežević
Croatia, 2021
In an underwater robotics test pool, a machine infected by an unknown biological conglomerate conducts a fatal manoeuvre. The new compounds create their own forms, self-sustainable, self-forming and adaptable. The Anthropocene, a human product, has opened a possibility for the extension of the body without organs to host other forms of life, inhumanly wondrous and unpredictable.

Sam Wolson
USA, Kazakhstan, 2021
Reeducated takes viewers inside one of Xinjiang’s “reeducation” camps, guided by the recollections of three men who were imprisoned together at the same facility. Using over a dozen hours of first-hand testimony, brush and ink animation and ambisonic sound, the VR film reconstructs the experience of detention and political reeducation. As many as a million people were held in a vast network of “reeducation centers”. It is likely the largest mass-internment drive of ethnic and religious minorities since the Second World War.