Unexpected Engagement – Jason Wilsher-Mills

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Life-affirming artworks including digitally printed wallpaper, vinyl flooring and 3D printed sculptures that come to life using augmented reality. Come and meet the X-Factor Princess, East Hull Elvis and Brave Boy Billy, find out about the story of Mario Lanza and the stolen hedge trimmer.

Jason Wilsher-Mills’ life-affirming artworks are a direct response to his experiences as a disabled artist, and the challenges this represents. Colourful and ingenious, in recent years Jason has come to truly embrace the possibilities of digital technologies, creating new works using digital 2D and 3D printing technology.

This exhibition includes his life-sized sculpture Brave Billy Boy, previously exhibited at Tate Modern and the V&A this large-scale interactive work allows viewers to interact physically via a tablet or smartphone, unlocking unseen and ingenious augmented reality features telling the stories of adults with disabilities who have inspired Jason’s work.

Venue: 20-21 Visual Arts

Unexpected Engagement – Jason Wilsher-Mills

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