“Seeing the Invisible” exhibition is a once-in-a-lifetime experience you can’t miss at the Tucson Botanical Gardens. This is the first exhibition of its kind developed between different botanical gardens worldwide and the Outset Contemporary Art Fund.
Curated by Hadas Maor and Tal Michael Haring, it’s being shown simultaneously at the Denver Botanical Gardens, Jerusalem Botanical Gardens, Royal Botanical Gardens, and other botanical gardens around the world, and it features the same group of virtual artworks situated in different biomes.
Inspired by making art and exhibits more environmentally, the pieces will address related themes around nature, environment, sustainability, and the intersection of the physical world with the digital one.
Walk into a magical experience, exploring artworks from different perspectives. The pieces are not physically in the gardens and can only be viewed using a particular App during the daytime.
It includes artworks from artists like:
Isaac Julien CBE
Mel O’ Callaghan
Jakob Kudsk Steensen
Note: The artworks are appropriate for children and intended for all ages.
- Download the app at home
- Charge your device and/or bring a portable battery
- Don’t forget your headphones
Where: Tucson Botanical Gardens 📍 2150 North Alvernon Way, Tucson
When: 📅 Thru August 31, 2022
Hours: ⏰ 8:30 am – 4:30pm
Admission: 🎟 Adult (18-61) $15
Children (4-17) $8
Buy tickets on their official website.
Featured image by JMOF from Shutterstock.