Graphic designer and artist Michael Alfred Seibert has opened Print Fiction, a temporary exhibition of digital art from a number of well-known artists. Rather than renting a physical space for the exhibition, Seibert used the free game engine Unity to create a virtual gallery floating in 3D space. Print Fiction features work from 17 artists, including Seibert himself, across eight inter-connected “rooms.” Art included in the gallery ranges from flat images to 3D sculpture, and some exhibits include sound. Through creating a virtual gallery, Seibert facilitates the juxtaposition of the separate pieces, as you would find in a traditional art gallery, rather than viewing each as single images on a webpage.
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