Exhibitions General

Reflecting Forward by Studio Irma

Studio Irma x Moco Museum presents a new conscious way of living – Reflecting Forward. It’s a Digital Immersive Art exhibition that shows endless connections to reveal what the future can look like.

#CelebrateFemaleArtists

Moco not only supports but champions women in the arts. Studio Irma is a Contemporary Dutch artist, Gerrit Rietveld Alum, Mother, Partner, Friend, Wonder Woman, former artist in residence at Moco, and now, the mastermind behind Reflecting Forward. In her life and art, Studio Irma explores how digital technologies can connect us in new ways. For example, past works The Gatekeepers at Amsterdam Light Festival and I’m deforming at the Nieuw Dakota.

This time, Irma has removed all cultural filters in her solo show. At last, she creates an all-accepting place and experience, where space, people, and modern technology blend in harmony. Reflecting Forward includes different installation art rooms designed and created by the artist:


We All Live in Bubbles
Kaleidoscope
Diamond Matrix
Connect The Dots & Universe

Together, Studio Irma and Moco Museum are introducing Connectivism as a new art movement, through compassion and empathy, proposing a shared understanding.

Finally, to summarize the essence of the exhibition, in the artist’s words:

“Art is like a bonfire. It is where the storytelling begins – projections, feelings, conversations, connections. We sing together. We dance together. The bonfire is a movement and an artwork. You are invited.” – Studio Irma

All mages taken from Moco Museum website

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