HERVISIONS is a femme focused curatorial agency facilitating online and offline experiences and collaborations with partners to research and produce innovative commissions, exhibitions and events with a strong focus on the intersection of art, technology and culture. HERVISIONS proudly curated the first ever augmented reality face filter exhibition to be held in an arts institute in Europe during the Lives of Net Art programme at Tate Modern, April 2019.
Previous collaborations, exhibitions, partners and organizations include:
arebyte gallery, Art Night Tate Modern, Tate Britain, bitforms gallery, Creative Coding Utrecht, Instagram, i-D x Chanel, Adidas, Saatchi Gallery, Snap Spectacles, Selfridges, Boiler Room, LN-CC, BFI, Gossamer Fog, The London College of Fashion, isthisit?, 4:3, Meta, Mira Festival, LOOM Festival and Google Arts and Culture.
Open Space is an Augmented Reality initiative comprised of artist commissions and a mentoring programme for young artists (aged 18-24).
Curated and commissioned in collaboration with Zaiba Jabbar CEO of HERVISIONS x The Photographers' Gallery, Open Space presents three site specific AR commissions by Keiken, Hyphen-Labs and Josèfa Ntjam to be experienced in the Soho Photography Quarter, a new public art space in the immediate surroundings of The Photographers’ Gallery.
Zaiba Jabbar, Keiken, Hyphen-Labs and Josèfa Ntjam are also involved in mentoring 20 UK-based 18-24 year olds. The free online mentorship programme consists of 4 workshops introducing the participants to AR tools and techniques, as well as critical thought around AR production, followed by a series of one-to-one sessions to develop 6 new AR projects.