Image of garden landscape seen through translucent bubble.
Seeing the Invisible AR app in action with an image of hand holding smart phone and looking at the  Augmented Reality Artwork by Refik Anadol of a framed artwork pulsating with colour.  The work materialises on the Adelaide Botanic Garden's Ficus Avenue
Seeing the Invisible at Adelaide Botanic Garden showing Augmented Reality artwork through smartphone of boulder suspended in the air and cloak made from bottle tops

Seeing the Invisible

• Installation
Israel • SA Premiere

Developed by the Jerusalem Botanic Gardens, this is the world’s most ambitious augmented reality installation. Immersive 3D digital sculptures created by thirteen renowned international artists are discoverable by downloading a free app on a smart device. Each work is geo-located in the stunning environs of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens. While the 3D digital sculptures are breathtaking in their own right, many accompanied by original musical scores, they also playfully and provocatively address themes of the environment and sustainability. Highly interactive, each artwork reacts tothe viewer's presence. We push through the turnstiles in Ai Weiwei’s glittering 'Gilded Cage' and discover an alternate universe at the end of a stone cavern in Timur Si Qin’s 'Biome Gateway'

Presented by: Adelaide Botanic Garden

Download the app Seeing the Invisible through the iPhone app store or Google Play Store before you arrive at the Botanic Garden. The app is free and maps and signage will guide you through the art trail.