Virtual Reality, Limit of Your Safe Space

Virtual Reality, Limit of Your Safe Space

Limit of Your Safe Space, is a project in a collaboration with the artist Shinpei Takeda and the humanitarian shelter in Tijuana, Border Line Crisis Center. In this project BorderClick workshopped with young kids living in the shelter, to create virtual reality workshops using the Oculus Lens. 
In these workshops we talked about home, the journey they have traveled, and the hopes and dreams for the future. The project culminated with an exhibition at the Oceanside Museum of Art, where the audience could navigate the Virtual Reality sculptures using augmented reality, and take a look at what the workshops were like.

Border Line Crisis Center  www.borderlinecrisiscenter.org
Shinpei Takeda www.shinpeitakeda.com
Josemar Gonzalez www.josemargonzalez.com
Scan QR code to view virtual sculpture in augmented reality.
Listen to a snippet from one of the workshops
Installation at the Oceanside Museum of Art
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