Since the pandemic broke last March we’ve seen a shift towards how we experience culture in the physical realm to a digital one, with the emergence of new digital, interactive spaces. Now, this place [of mine] provides a new immersive virtual experience showcasing the high streets of tomorrow shown through the artistic lens of ten young producers from Greater Manchester.
Launching this month, this place [of mine] is a new interactive online hub that blurs the boundaries between the physical world and the online one, bringing elements of a future high street into an online space and showcases the artwork created by the projects Young Producers and Citizen Futurist artists and the imagined future of our town centre high streets.
To create this new immersive hub, FutureEverything teamed up with Studio Treble, the brilliant Manchester-based digital design studio that’s been working hard behind the scenes, creating the dystopian virtual landscape where the artwork created by the projects Young Producers and Citizen Futurists will live.
Ahead of the Young Producer artwork launch on February 22nd we decided to catch up with Studio Treble to find out more about their practice and their work on ‘this place [of mine]