The 3D Art Direct Podcast: 3D Digital Art | Artist Interviews | Digital Art Conferences | Sci-fi and Fantasy Genres
About This Show
3D Art Direct specialises with the stories of creativity using 3D digital art applications. We love to share our in-depth interviews of digital artists, industry leaders and content creators, especially in the sci-fi and fantasy genres. Discover fresh content, inspiration, tips and tricks and fascinating biographies of those we talk to. The show is hosted by Paul Bussey, editor of 3D Art Direct magazine and digital arts conference organiser, bringing together artists and content creators through multiple media and events. 3D Digital Art, SCI-FI ART, ARTIST INTERVIEW, DIGITAL ART, FANTASY ART, SCIENCE FICTION, BRYCE, VUE, TERRAGEN, POSER, POSER PRO, MOJOWORLD, CARRARA, DAZ STUDIO, CINEMA 4D, Photoshop.
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3DAD 042: Into the Unknown — Patrick Gyger Interview - Curator of International Sci-fi Exhibition
You can learn more about Digital Art Live and sign up to our free PDF arts magazine here Patrick Gyger is the curator of the major exhibition Into the Unknown: A Journey Through Science Fiction coming to the Barbican — Europe's largest multi-cultural arts and conference venue located in London, UK — exploring one of pop culture's most celebrated worlds. Featuring works that have yet to be shown in the UK, this unprecedented show encompasses music, film and art to present a new, global perspective on Science Fiction. The exhibition is on from June 3, 2017 through September 1, 2017. More information and tickets are available on Barbican's site or by clicking here. Digital Art Live will have a Barbican Event Meetup on July 2, 2017 and further information can be found here on our site. During the interview, Patrick covers such topics as Organization of the event into four main themes: Extraordinary Voyages; Space Odysseys; Brave new Worlds, and; Final Frontiers and how each explore classic narratives of the genre in new ways. Relevance and appeal of Science Fiction Owners of the works in the exhibition Within the podcast we asked Patrick these questions: During the 1990s you've had a focus on medieval studies, looking at crime and justice. Are there any parallels in this interest and your more current interests in curating works of science fiction? You've also published a book on the history of the flying car. What inspired you to take a close look at this niche of science fiction? Into the Unknown is an ex