Immersive Installation, Augmented Reality, Transmedia Storytelling Performance | 2021 — Ongoing
2023 Forehead Vulva Channeling Research, Ars Electronica
Virtual 360° Tour
2023 Forehead Vulva Channeling Research, Solo Show Pictures, Ars Electronica
2023 Forehead Vulva Channeling Research. Interview by Dafina Halili, Kosovo 2.0
2023 Forehead Vulva Channeling Research, Solo Show Reportage KTV Express
2023 Forehead Vulva Channeling Research, Solo Show Reportage RTV Dukagjini
2023 The Art of Mind-Body Connection Complexity: Forehead Vulva Channeling Research, Revista Psika
2023 Technology and art liberate people in Gallery 17, Koha Editore
2023 "Performare in Realtà Aumentata" in Fantastiche Presenze, Sofia Pirandello, Johan & Levi Editore
2023 GALLLERIAPIÙ IN WONDERLAND: Between ampoules of eros, metamorphosis, flowers and marmalade, Juliet Magazine
2023 Il presente futuribile di GALLLERIAPIU’ IN WONDERLAND, ATP Diary
2022 ALPHA STATE, OÖ Kunstverein
2022 La prima mostra nella galleria digitale di Virginia Bianchi, Artribune
2021 Forehead Vulva Channeling Hub, TBD Ultramagazine
The Forehead Vulva Channeling Research
is a speculative transhumanist research which focuses on developing advanced studies on the human body’s potential to reach lifelong emotional well-being via a re-calibration of pleasure-centers by channeling hidden organs through the use of specialized technologies.
The purpose of opening the Forehead Vulva is to bring the body to an uninhibited state, and thereby transform it, rediscovering new potentials that humans are still not aware of.
Started as a series of Forehead Vulva Channelers –a specific Augmented Reality specialized technology –, The Forehead Vulva Channeling Research found rapid support and success within centralized social media platforms, consequently creating a spontaneous worldwide online performance.
The project explores the potential of technologies to transmute and shift the perception of the body through digital augmentations by creating new hybrid identities constantly changing, therefore challenging and disrupting standardized ideas on the body and its ways of performing.
Photos: S()fia Braga, Forehead Vulva Channeling Research, Galeria 17, Pristina, 2023, photo Majilinda Hoxha.