happenings this month Kanvas Unveils Karolina's Universe Show
Kanvas Unveils Karolina's Universe Show
Updated on 07 October 2022

kanvas, a new creative hub for art and design, is hosting an immersive show, Karolina's Universe.

The digital show has been created by transforming the artworks of the 12-year-old artist, Karolina Sávolt.

The show will be held from 13 October till 31 October at the Al Khayat Art Avenue in Al Quoz Industrial 1 and features the depiction of beauty, nature and animals through a young girl's perspective.

The 20-minute experience begins in the imaginary living room, where the paintings were created, followed by a virtual walkthrough held, bringing eight paintings to life.

Karolina Sávolt said, "I believe it is crucial to emphasise environmental and animal conservation through my art from a young age, which is why these motifs frequently appear in my works. This collaboration with kanvas allowed us to recreate my work and present them in a different form. Video projection is a fantastic medium for showcasing my artwork to today's tech-obsessed youth and providing older viewers with a window into the fantasy life of a young adult like me."

For more information, visit the kanvas Dubai website.

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