Prosthetic Reality: A collection of Augmented Reality Art

Curated by and featuring SUTU

October 11 – December 8, 2019

Prosthetic Reality is described by Vice as ‘the most ambitious AR art project to date.’ The project features Augmented Reality artworks from over 40 artists and sound designers from around the world. The exhibition and catalog is paired with the EyeJack AR iOS and Android app to allow each artwork to come to life with animation and sound.  

To view this exhibition download the EyeJack app. EyeJack is an Augmented Reality App and platform that specializes in the curation and distribution of augmented art. The works in this exhibition are also featured in the Prosthetic Reality AR art book, which will be available for sale at the gallery. Please contact the gallery for more info.

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Sutu (aka Stuart Campbell) uses art and technology in new ways to tell stories. He has been commissioned by the likes of MarvelGoogle and Disney to create VR art for properties such as Doctor Strange and Ready Player One.  He has also created four VR documentaries; Inside Manus for SBS, Mind at War for RYOT Films and The Battle of Hamel for the Australian War Memorial and Future Dreaming for NITV. He is also known for his interactive comics including the Eisner-nominated These Memories Won’t Last. The Webby award-winning Nawlz, The Gold Ledger-winning Neomad, and Modern Polaxis. He holds a Honorary Doctorate of Digital Media from Central Queensland University, is a 2017 Sundance Fellow and is the co-founder of EyeJack an Augmented Reality company.   @sutu.eats.flies

Also featuring new artwork by Tim Biskup in honor of the release of his new book “Tree of Life.

See more of Tim’s new work featured in the current installation at sp[a]ce gallery here.


sp[a]ce is a non-profit project organized to benefit

Art Center College of Design’s mission is to educate artists and designers to make a positive impact in their chosen fields, as well as in the world at large. Dedicated to being an agent of influence in today’s world by using creativity to help communicate ideas and inspire positive action, Art Center benefits from sp[a]ce gallery through scholarships for non-privileged students.

Innovate Pasadena is a nonprofit, community-driven organization with the vision of creating a vibrant ecosystem of art, technology and science in our own neighborhood of Pasadena. Support from sp[a]ce gallery bolsters IP’s focus on helping support sustainable economic growth for our community.

California Institute of the Arts is an internationally renowned performance art school and Hybrid Incubator for Visionary Entrepreneurs (HIVE). Focused on bringing out visionary creative talent, CalArts benefits from sp[a]ce gallery’s support for entrepreneurial graduate students.

City of Hope, a cancer research institute, is transforming the future of health by turning science into practical benefits, and turning hope into reality. Through innovative research and cutting-edge science, City of Hope is focused on eliminating cancer and diabetes, funding for which is provided by sp[a]ce gallery.

New artwork by Tim Biskup

About sp[a]ce

Three years in the making, sp[a]ce is a Kunsthaus project for showcasing the work of progressive local and international artists.

With an environment created by Corsini Stark Architects, the exhibits are complemented by a vision of architecture that reflects a seamless integration of building and site, form and space, light and material, and style and use.

Located in beautiful Old Pasadena, sp[a]ce provides a venue for discovery, interaction and inspiration.


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Hours Open 12—6pm Saturdays and Sundays October 11 – December 8, 2019. Parking located at the west side of the building. Enter through doors adjacent to parking area at:

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39 E. Walnut St. Pasadena, CA 91103 In addition to parking provided next to the facilities, free 90-minute parking is available in the public underground lot on Raymond Avenue just south of Walnut Street.