Paula and John pitch their first collaborative MR experience ‘Brief Dreams’ at Leloux headquarters in Venlo.
Soft Bodies is granted full funding by the Stimuleringsfonds for Digital Culture NL for their ongoing research project ‘Weightless Bricks & Other Stories About the Future Prospects of Virtual Work Spaces’.
Soft Bodies has been selected among Rive Roshan and Studio Lonk to develop a proposal for the Leolux X Dutch Design Week ‘What if Lab: Leolux 2030’.
Paula runs together with Alex Anderson a Mixed-Reality workshop at Whitechapel Gallery London, Tuesday 16 – Friday 19th July.
Soft Bodies becomes a member of the creative agency and co-working space XR Base in Amsterdam.
Paula’s location based VR experience ‘Micro-Utopia: The Imaginary Potential of Home’ will be exhibited at Gallery Neus in Nijmegen, 7th April – 26th May 2019. Grant public opening Sunday 7th April 2019.
Paula speaks at the ‘Architecture of the Immersive Internet’ Symposium, organised by Inter.One tutors Lara Lesmes and C Fredrik V Hellberg together with James Taylor-Foster at the Architectural Association, 1st March 2019.
Paula’s location based VR experience ‘Micro-Utopia: The Imaginary Potential of Home’ is exhibited at Frame Lab in Amsterdam from Wednesday 20 – Thursday 21 February 2019.
Soft Bodies location-based VR installation ‘Weightless Bricks Act I: Production’ opens to the public at the Architecture Studio of the Royal Academy of Arts. It can be experienced every Friday from 15th February-29th March between 4:30-9:30PM, free, no booking required.
Paula, John and David present ‘Weightless Bricks Act I: Production’ at the opening symposium of Invisible Landscapes: Imagination (Act III) and participate in the panel discussion with Gilles Retsin and Matthew Shaw from ScanLAB Projects.