We appreciate all the support and feedback we've received since we entered Early Access last month, and we're glad to welcome all the new members of the MOR community. Can't continue without saying a big thank you to all the artists featured in the initial release. There's a lot more to come, so without further ado, here's everything you need to know about the MOR in July.
This month, Michelle Brown (@thebadlament) brings us two pieces, both illustrated in Tilt Brush. Exhibited in 2019 at The Other Art Fair in Melbourne, Looking Glass explores the use of space and boundaries through colourful multifaceted structures you can peer through. Similarly, in Glass Cities, Brown examines pods of human settlement, posing the question: What does the future hold for humanity?
Painted by Liz Edwards (@LizalEdwards) in Tilt Brush, float around in a black-and-white space surrounded by asteroids, or enjoy the view from the comfort of a spaceship's cockpit.
Chroma Wave isn't the only Sean Tann (@Sean_Tann) piece that's been updated, Complex Chaos A.K.A the Fractal Room still has everything you loved about it, but now, it's much more responsive to your movements. So go in, walk through at your own pace and watch as the patterns, sounds, and lights react to your presence.
For our Artist Spotlight series, we featured Artist and VFX pioneer, Kevin Mack (@KevinMackArt) and discussed his background, creative process and thoughts on bringing abstract VR worlds to life. Read the interview here.
That's everything for now. To keep up to date, follow the MOR on Twitter and Instagram, or join us on Discord. If you have any questions or have something you'd like to show in the museum, don't hesitate to get in touch!