Future Space is all about AI-generated art and VR fun

Metaverse is probably the latest buzzword.

And in case you were wondering, the metaverse is essentially a collective virtual shared space, created by the convergence of virtually enhanced physical reality and physically persistent virtual space—at least according to Google and Wikipedia.

Now cashing in on the hype is the cool UltraSuperNew Gallery which has moved into a sparkling new space on Tyrwhitt Road, with its second gallery exhibition named Future Space.

Held from now till Jul 24, Future Space is created by UltraSuperNew Gallery in collaboration with design collective Mischief Makers. Conceived in conjunction with Crypto Art Week Asia, Future Space promises an epic journey into the metaverse thanks to AI-generated art, immersive music performances and VR exhibits.

So expect a live, experimental sound and visual production by radarboy3000, Mantravine and Mischief Makers with Luminescence, and a mind-blowing virtual reality gallery experience in Counterplace+, courtesy of artist Jo Ho.

You can even question your very existence at the exhibit Doppelganger by Kapilan Naidu, before going on a journey beyond time and space at Cryptovoxels.

Artist talks will also be available to the public, topics of crypto art, AI and new media explorations will be discussed so sign up on the UltraSuperNew website if you’re interested.

Closing performances will take place on Jul 24 too; the gallery is open Mon-Sat from 11am-7pm for entry. Tickets can be found here.

With all these VR and AR exhibitions becoming commonplace, cookie-cutter art exhibitions will soon become a thing of the past.


More information available here.