Placeholder for Larissa EsveltLarissa Esvelt

How do you experience art when your sight is limited, but your other senses are stimulated?

Artist Larissa Esvelt makes large installations and sculptures with textiles and ceramics that make you constantly ask yourself: am I seeing this correctly? Alienating body shapes that seem to crawl out of the wall, a tuft of hair sticking out of a ceramic object or a body whose head seems to be underground.

At RUIS you can walk through an installation by Esvelt during the art night while wearing VR glasses you experience what it is like to look at art with little vision, and you will have to be guided by your touch and smell.

Automatically translated by Google Translate from dutch


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