The collective, consisting of Sarah Bayliss, María Angélica Madero, Ninna Bohn Pedersen and Belén Zahera, worked together to curate and manipulate a virtual space created by Werkflow using cutting-edge web technology to deliver a live virtual reality performance. Viewers were immersed in a world of imagery, video and live streamed audio whilst exploring the multi dimensional space.
In an attempt to reverse the logic of a group show - where works are chosen or produced in order to respond to a previously set idea or topic - (play)ground-less is conceived as an arena to create the material conditions for the exchange and production of knowledge. With a focus on the tension between practice and theory, this exhibition will bring together individual contributions that function as footnotes for a larger collective state of mind.
This project marks Werkflow's first forray into web-based virtual reality projects and ultimately served as a versatile, unique tool to enable story telling and performance without boundaries.