AR.Trail - web hero - Cao Fei - iPhone in hand
AR.Trail - web hero - Cao Fei - iPhone in hand
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Cao Fei, The Eternal Wave AR: Li Nova, 2020, augmented reality. Courtesy of Cao Fei and Acute Art

AR.Trail

Exhibition

Experience invisible artworks with Melbourne’s largest, free augmented reality art trail, AR.Trail.

Running from 22 Aug – 30 Sept, 22 digital artworks from the minds of KAWS, Patricia Piccinini, Reko Rennie and Ron Mueck and more will be discoverable in the Melbourne Arts Precinct.

To view the pieces, you’ll need to download the Acute Art app and follow the instructions along the trail. With sites located at Fed Square, ACMI, The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Koorie Heritage Trust and NGV International, it’s an exhibition not to be missed.

AR.Trail has been supported through the Melbourne City Revitalisation Fund, a partnership between the Victorian Government and the City of Melbourne.

When

22 Aug – 2 Oct 2022

All day

Where

Various locations, Melbourne

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How

To view the pieces, you’ll need to download the Acute Art app and follow the instructions along the trail.

See how it works

AR.Trail map

Find out where the artworks are located around Melbourne

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AR.Trail map - section
Hero gnocchi - Jake Roden

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