Consanguine




Inspired by Augmented Reality as a new tool to solve problems, I wanted to explore its potential for expressing myself. 


In march 2015, I spent 9 days at my deceased grandmother‘s farmhouse in a very remote part of Bavaria, Germany where I spent most of my childhood. I painted traditional watercolor artworks of the nature around me. 


Later I overlayed these paintings with AR to draw a connection between nature and technology, past and future. The exhibition took place 18th – 29th of May 2015 at the Friday Galery in Munich, Germany.
I wanted to explore nature, family, origins and how they are connected with each other.




Visitors were excited to see the hidden layers on their phones and had a multi-sensoric experience of a place that is special to me.

© Andreas Hirsch / Impressum & Datenschutz
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