Gazelli Art House, London
Gazelli Art House presents ‘Enter Through the Headset 2’, the second part of the ground breaking, annual, virtual reality exhibition at the gallery.
Artists Gibson & Martelli, Jocelyn Anquetil & Charles Harrop-Griffiths, Matteo Zamagni, Iain Nicholls in association with Mbryonic, and Rebecca Allen explore themes relating to the natural environment while simultaneously connecting the digital and virtual worlds to our physical space. Each of the artists has previously exhibited in our pioneering Digital Art House gazell.io with the exception of Rebecca Allen who’s residency will run parallel to the exhibition this September.
Virtual Reality as an art form is currently at the forefront of public interest and it’s focus lies in highlighting the blurred boundaries between real, virtual and augmented experiences.
‘The intention of this show is to continue exploring non-traditional mediums in art, helping artists work within this eld by creating a sustainable exposure and nurturing the cross-over between technology and art – a growing area of interest for the gallery over the past two years,’
– Mila Askarova, Founding Director of Gazelli Art House.
By Private Appointment: 4th-6th September
Exhibition dates: 4th-30th September
Private View: 7th September | 6-8 pm
Gazelli Art House
39 Dover Street
About Gazelli Art House
Contemporary gallery Gazelli Art House supports a wide range of international artists, presenting a broad and critically acclaimed programme of exhibitions to a diverse audience through global public projects and exhibition spaces in London and Baku. Gazelli Art House was founded in 2003 in Baku, Azerbaijan where it held exhibitions with Azeri artists. From 2010, having hosted conceptually interlinked off-site exhibitions across London, Founder and Director Mila Askarova opened a permanent space on Dover Street, London in March 2012. The same year, the Window Project was launched utilising the frontage of the gallery as additional display platform. In 2015, the initiative was remodeled to solely accommodate art school graduates through open call competitions three times a year. As part of the gallery’s on-going commitment to art education, a series of events and talks are organised to run alongside each exhibition. In 2015, the gallery launched its Digital Art House www.gazell.io, an online residency for artists working in the digital realm. www.gazelliarthouse.com