'Meet Adam,' is a virtual portrait of a real food cart vendor, created by Michelle Hessel.
Virtual reality art gets what it's been sorely missing—drag queens.
Digital artists talk online identities, isolation and claustrophobia, and the MOVA project.
Rachael Archibald plays with anti-gravity, glowing walls and buttery boulders.
Virtual realities and docu-fictions abound in Jon Rafman's first-ever museum exhibition in Canada.
Isaac Cohen’s interactive story, 'Enough,' is like a psychedelic deep-sea episode of 'Planet Earth'.
The synesthesia you get from 'Rainbow Membrane' has to be felt to be believed.
The artist has created "virtual mazes" in Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art, Galerie im Taxispalais, and more.
Using chroma key software, artists Ingrid Jornet and Pau Sampera break the walls between the physical and digital worlds.
The French artist captured both of the god Janus' faces in 3D pixels for his current installation, 'Terra Incognita.'
Lawrence Lek's "Sky Line" turns London into a digital world where you get to command your own subway system.
With her "Sighting" trilogy, Ratté offers up parallel worlds inspired by strange and supernatural events.