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FOREVERMORE Art Collective

Year:

2017

Media:

Mixed Media, Wall painting, Foam Core, Illustration on paper and Augmented Reality

Size (cm):

101 x 127 x 40

London 2018

Other works

Artmented

FOREVERMORE Art Collective

Year:

2017

Media:

Wall, mobile

Size (cm):

120 x 300 x -

London 2018

Artmented

FOREVERMORE Art Collective

Year:

2017

Media:

Paint on Wall and Augmented Reality

Size (cm):

200 x 320 x -

London 2018

Biography

Since 2015, FOREVERMORE is an emerging COLLECTIVE OF ARTISTS.
We bring to life disruptive visual art experiences blending fine arts and emergent technologies.
Our first intervention was an AR quote hide on the top of a customized Nike Shoe Box to designed exclusively to “Open the box project” in 2015/016 part of the official icon day celebration in Milan at FONDAZIONE BONOTTO – 2017. This piece was one of the first art made in AR over a fine art illustration.
The AR practice become increasingly present in our work encouraging us fusing as many medias and mediums into our creations ever since. We are wild for art projects which involve new technologies and materials that could be potentially up cycled helping us to created an environment full of immersive story telling and unforgettable experiences.
Our practice is currently in exhibition at the hub of technologies and art the House of VR in the heart of Queen St w. Toronto Canada stands remarkably into the local art tech scene.
We could work in alone, duets, group or all together.

Artist statement

FOREVERMORE is an international multidisciplinary team of artists based in Toronto. We live in a constant brain storm and maker mode blending our super powers in order to bring life to disruptive visual experiences. Our mixed media work draws upon several initial layers of medium using materials like wood, plastic, paper core, and textiles. An Augmented Reality art intervention rise as alternative layer, upon the immateriality of the first medium, something ethereal but at the same time visible, enfolds. A secret alternative reality hidden from our gaze which reveals itself or fades as we program it.