Allegory of Reality VR Exhibition


Opening | 13 December 2019 6-9pm (RSVP required)
Exhibition | 14 – 15 December 2019 10am-6pm & 10am-4pm

Allegory of Reality is an interactive art exhibition by Michelle Brown taking place at West End gallery, Vacant Assembly, incorporating virtual reality, touch, sound and projection mapping to create a focus on the impact of climate change.

Playing with environment and scale and visual juxtaposition, participants are positioned in the space to experience room scale virtual reality that includes physical object interactivity, immersing individuals into a visual piece that confronts the future of planet Earth and climate change. The piece is complemented by Brisbane composer, Taana Rose’s sound design.

Michelle Brown is a Brisbane based multidisciplinary artist and producer focused on immersive and interactive art installations and creating storytelling experiences in the extended reality space. As a designer and spatial thinker, her work explores the combined digital and physical space by creating site-specific relationships between virtual media and the environment.

This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

Contact information:
Michelle Brown -

Event starts
Friday 13 December, 2019
Event ends
Sunday 15 December, 2019
Vacant Assembly
Venue Address
266 Montague Road, West End

Brisbane ,

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