Sydney art exhibition transports you across the globe to check out the Mona Lisa via virtual reality

This Friday, award-winning artist, Luke Cornish (E.L.K), will launch his ground-breaking Edge of Chaos art exhibition at Barangaroo. Following Friday’s opening night, the exhibition will be open to the public from Saturday 12th March. 

Set to deliver a poignant interpretation of the divisive state of the world, the exhibition is the first of its kind in Sydney and offers a hybrid art and NFT exhibition with the opportunity to venture into the metaverse and to co-create content with the artist. The exhibition also allows guests to be transported across the globe and right into the Louvre to see the Mona Lisa and other famous paintings via virtual reality. 

One of the highlight pieces from the exhibition is Duco van Breemen’s The Kimmies, which takes aim at the Supreme Leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un. Excited by the exhibit’s expansion of the use of NFTs from simply being ‘collectables’, van Breemen is thrilled to be bringing NFTs to the broader community through Edge of Chaos. 

The exhibition will offer different events over the course of March, including ‘The World of NFT’s’ which will give guests a basic understanding of NFTs; ‘Women in NFTs – the movers & shakers’, which will spotlight women at the helm of the Australian NFT space; and ‘NFTs – the creators & investors’ viewpoints’, which will offer key speaker perspectives on the motivations behind the artistry of NFTs. 

Where: Held over two levels in Tower Three at Barangaroo

Duration: Saturday, 12 March to Friday, 1April

Open Hours: Open for general admission from 11am-8pm each day

Tickets: Opening night tickets are limited and can be purchased here, general admission tickets during the month-long residency can be purchased here.

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