Global mode: narcissus and drowning animals
Eva Davidova (US 2018-2019)
This VR experience is based on the real space where it is installed to create an immersive landscape that merges the surroundings with a constructed landscape. It explores behaviour, cruelty and climate change through an interactive, mythology-based VR experience.
Eva Davidova― Artist
Eva Davidova is a Spanish/Bulgarian multidisciplinary artist based in New York. The issues of her work—behavior, cruelty, ecological disaster and manipulation of information emerge as paradoxes rather than assumptions, in an almost fairy-tale fashion. Her practice involves drawing, performance, interactive installations and participatory VR, computer generated 3D sculpture and photo-based animation. Davidova’s work has been shown at the Bronx Museum, the Everson Museum, Albright Knox Museum, MACBA, CAAC Sevilla; Instituto Cervantes, and Circulo de Bellas Artes among others. She is recipient of the BANCAJA International Award for Digital Art; the M-tel Award for Contemporary Bulgarian Art, and a Residency Unlimited NEA fellowship for US based artists.