V-Unframed, Your Journey between Art and VR


Immersive Experiences: How Virtual Reality is questioning current cultural and social issues

In the realm of artistic expression and technological innovation, Virtual Reality (VR) stands at the forefront, not merely as a tool for entertainment but as a profound medium for questioning societal norms and cultural paradigms.

Our digital art exhibition V-Unframed, taking place at the Beaumont Studios from November 24-26th, 2023, offers a profound exploration of immersive artworks that push the boundaries of storytelling and empathy. Viewers can embark on a transformative journey through a selection of local and international immersive artworks that question and bring attention to crucial cultural and social issues. Learn more about some of them:

Missing 10 Hours

In an unnerving scenario, follow Mara, a young woman grappling with the involuntary effects of a date rape drug. Here, the power to influence the course of events rests in the hands of the visitor, urging them to contemplate the choices and consequences within a harrowing situation—an experience that illuminates the complex and sensitive nature of consent.

You destroy we create

This artwork offers a poignant portrayal of resilience amid conflict, shedding light on the impact of war on Ukrainian art and culture. Through immersive storytelling, viewers are introduced to the individuals on the frontline, trying to save their heritage against the ravages of ongoing turmoil.

Event V-Unframed 2023. Vancouver, Canada.


    This VR experience invites the audience into the intricate narrative of a father battling aphasia—a condition robbing him of speech. This deeply personal journey navigates the daughter's poignant attempt to bridge the gap created by the illness, delving into the profound complexities of human connection and the emotional toll of communication barriers within familial relationships.

    These artworks transcend the conventional boundaries of storytelling, harnessing the immersive power of VR to create empathy, provoke introspection, and challenge societal perspectives. By inviting viewers to inhabit alternate realities and immerse themselves in these multifaceted narratives, V-Unframed catalyzes conversations around consent, conflict, communication, and resilience. The boundaries between observer and protagonist blur, inviting us to explore, introspect, and evolve—ushering in a new era of cultural dialogue and societal awareness, one VR experience at a time.

    Discover these artworks and more at V-Unframed 2023, November 24-26th at the Beaumont Studios in Vancouver. This is a ticketed event, reserve your spot now!

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