the art of dying

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Our first show, The Art of Dying (October 2016) invited over two dozen artists and technologists from around the world to bring their visions of mortality to life through virtual reality, augmented reality, installations, music, and interactive experiences. The show took place in San Francisco’s mission district as part of OpenIDEO’s Re:Imagine | End of Life week – a citywide conversation through art, experience, and design.

You can read about the show here:

The Art of Dying – Stories from OpenIDEO’s Re:Imagine | End of Life Week

The Creators Project: Can Virtual Reality Help Us Better Understand Dying?

Former Stanford Longevity student Kelly Vicars discusses her latest exhibit: The Art of Dying

Voices of VR podcast: The Art of Dying – Kent Bye, VR podcast producer, was a participating artist

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We were proud to be a part of IDEO’s Re:Imagine | End of Life week – a citywide conversation through art, experience, and design.

 

 

 

 

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Enormous thanks to The Laundry for hosting our first event!

The Laundry is a creative space dedicated to fostering creative culture, connection and community. Located in San Francisco’s Mission District, the 6000 square foot space hosts an art gallery, experiential events, community workshops and more: www.thelaundrysf.com/