Judit Navratil

  • Hungary (b. 1982 in Szombathely)
  • Currently in San Francisco, United States.
  • Judit’s practice is multivalent, engaging performance, social practices, drawing, as well as video and VR; investigating the possibilities and dangers of ‘home’ in cyberspace. Judit is a Long Distance Somersaulter (LDS), seeking for higher alternatives.


Eszter Szabó's Atelier

  • 2020
  • Video, Virtual Reality Tour Guide
  • 9 min, 26 sec

  • VR Atelier of Eszter Szabó Art Camp Resident in August 2020 Please join her presentation in the Art Camp SHOW 'N TELL on the 28th of September, 19:00 PST!
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    VR ART CAMP >> Szívküldi Lakótelep | 2020

VR Art Camp is a homesome virtual art residency and a bi-monthly art gathering, an alternative to our many missing social events. We investigate the possibilities of creating and inhabiting a communal place with care, that is accessible both on a browser and in virtual reality. Art Camp is a facilitating platform for art sharing, critique, collaboration, and experimental performance that maintains digital mental care for our “art family”. It accumulates in a Show & Tell event when the resident artists invite the audience on their virtual studio tour. VR Art Camp was established as a sector of the Szívküldi Lakótelep, a virtual reality Social Housing Neighborhood, to serve the art community during the transitional and groundless period of physical distancing. Resident artists cultivate this layer of our social fabric together based on radical inclusion, cyber-intentionality and elevate the shift of our up-scaling digital existence together. The Art Camp Residency can be a bridge for those, whose practice is not rooted in digital media and for a diverse community with different voices and approaches. The structure of a decentralized curatorium is being shaped as the Art Camp grows and changes.