Digital artists, creative studios and collectors will gather at the Metaversum in July for the debut edition of MESH, a new annual showcase of creativity in the virtual world. With the theme “Low Poly, High Art”, MESH Edition 1.0 is expected to be a highlight of Metaverse Art Week 2023.
The art fair takes place in the browser-based virtual world Decentraland and 3D, Metaverse and VR developers have been invited to participate in an open call for entries. Around 40 artists will be selected to participate; Read on for how to get involved (and make sure you have your own). 3D modeling software ready).
Organized by the Metaverse art collective VueltaWith the support of Creative Bloq and our sister publication 3D World, MESH is inviting submissions from artists for its debut event. Each selected artist will receive a 12m x 12m virtual cube to fill with their MESH installation and have complete creative freedom in how they fill the cube. The only limitation is the design specification of Decentraland, a low-polygon virtual world.
MESH Director and Vueltta Co-Founder Bay Backner says, “We’ve already tested this ‘low poly, high art’ concept with six leading 3D artists and it has resulted in incredible creativity.” This means that MESH is like no other show will present immersive art.”
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Successful submissions will be selected by a panel of experts including Kate Vass, founder of Kate Vass Gallery in Zurich; Alex Estorick, Editor-in-Chief at Right Click Save; Lynn Rosenberger, co-founder and curator of NFT Gallery in London and New York; Edward Zipco, founder of Superchief Gallery NFT in New York and Los Angeles; the collector and investor Anesti Dhima and Belle NFTs.
The MESH Open Call accepts submissions until June 1, 2023. For more information, see meshfair.com or by following https://twitter.com/MESHfair.