Pia MYrvoLD is a Paris-based artist and futurist specialized in interactive art interfaces that involve the public on a deeper level in the thinking and the creative process. Through technology and multimedia like 3D animation, painting, video, fashion and design, MYrvoLD builds new relationship between the art, the dissemination of ideas and the public. Her art exhibitions and installations spearhead new roles for the future of the museum and the intrinsic role of art in building future societies.Through her 3D worlds and VR installations, MYrvoLD shows us that art and language are virtual concepts rooted in historic procreation, cultural structure and fluid identities. The fractal instinct to build presents itself in this era of technologies and global connectedness with new media, through perception, imagination, and participation with individual and collective creativity. The installation ART AVATAR at the Centre Pompidou in November 2014 suggested a fractal bridge from the past to the future. Key elements where a virtual reality space mirrored with exact detail the real space in real time allowed the public to make their personal animated sculpture visible in the virtual space. By using tracking devices and infrared motion sensors, the public’s role changes from spectator to co-creator without compromising the artistic content and experience of the exhibition. Her 2015 project, WANDS, – a first generation smart sculptures and the ongoing large scale Syn-Energy sculpture project aim to integrate the process of artistic production with industry, urban culture planning, energy harvesting and to be an inspirational model for government and urban developers.
Who is Venus today? In the last decades, mankind has mastered cloning, manipulating and redesigning DNA, creating biomass and intelligent liaisons between machine and man. We can rent a womb or order semen for next day express delivery. We are in a new era where our societies have changed the most fundamental historic principles. The digital Venus is informing us about this.
Stack Venus plays with the idea of multilateral fields of information programming and our present ability to alter DNA.