A gesture waves us on, answering our own wave
NERO is glad to present A gesture waves us on, answering our own wave, a publication curated by V4ULT which looks at interfaces in an expanded field. The book explores interfaces in relation to spatial dimensions, both physical and digital. The publication proposes that interfaces can alter the way we observe and behave in our surroundings, and suggests ways to design more responsive environments.
Since the V4ULT curatorial platform is an interface in itself – a structure through which ideas, experiences, and matter constantly move back and forth between the viewer and the artworks – the book A gesture waves us on, answering our own wave zooms into scenarios where an entity interacts with its context and explores the blending together of subjects and objects.
V4ULT explores spatial boundaries by inhabiting different types of built construction and structures. Moving beyond physical, spatial limits and exploring fenced-in space as a node in a network, the exhibitions extend from an occupied space to the V4ULT website (www.v4ult.cc) – another space where a set of boundaries arise.