Prosthetic Reality – An Augmented Reality Book

February 7 - 12th, 2017

OPENING NIGHT   /   February 9th, 6 – 9 PM
LOCATION   /   Federation Square Atrium


Wave your smart phone over any page of this book and it will come to life with animation and sound.

Prosthetic Reality is a first of it’s kind Augmented Reality Art book featuring 45 internationally acclaimed artists. This project has been heralded by Vice Creators Project as “the most ambitious AR art project” to date.

The book utilises EyeJack, an Augmented Reality App and platform which specialises in the curation and distribution of augmented art. EyeJack’s creators, Stu Campbell (Sutu) and Lukasz Karluk, are the same team behind the award winning AR comic, Modern Polaxis.

To create the Prosthetic Reality book, Sutu and Lukasz invited artists to utilise their EyeJack platform – each artist was asked to transform one of their static artworks with a layer of animation. The end result showcases the creative possibilities of augmented reality technology. The viewer is able to see inside the mind of a mean thug, watch a fish come back to life on a dinner plate, or, experience a small home disappear into a dust storm. These are just a few of the creative scenarios that are animated across the pages.


Aeon, Alex Grig, Alex Hare, Almost Iris, Basim Abu, Ben Ducroz, Ben Toupein, Chris McBride,Christel Morvan, Dani Hernández, Daniel WK, Danielle Caners, David Mutnjakovic, Eeva Meltio,Emily Joy, Ezra Claytan Daniels, Ghost Patrol, Hans Ckoe, Hiroyasu Tsuri, Imai Yusk, Jagi, James Jirat, James Reka, Jeremy Lord, Johnny English, Latino Toons, Mark Bode, Marc-o-matic, Masanobu Hiraoka, Maxwell Ingham, Mike Tan, Nathan Jurevicious, Neon Mystic, OT, Ólöf Benediktsdóttir, Petrous Louhio, Raul Garderes, Roberto Biadi, Ryoji Yamada, Sacha Bryning, Sean Kelly, Selden Paterson, Skye Ogden, Sudeepti Tucker, Susanna Rose Sykes, Sutu, Tetsuya Tatamitani, Tom Eglington, Valdemir Kollwitz, Yann Minh, Žofie Zajíčková

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*There will be books available at the exhibition, as well as a limited number of signed prints.