My colleague Will Pappenheimer and I are pleased to announce the opening of the Virta-Flaneurazine Clinic at the exhibition, “Tangible Spiritualities,” in the West Galleries at the Xi’an Academy of Art in China. The 10 meter square clinic is the largest yet with 4 clinical assistants, tea and social waiting room space for the rather long list of test subjects signed up for trial experiences.. The exhibition continues for two weeks and will test comparisons of Internet addiction and wanderment between our mutually interdependent cultures, east and west. The exhibition continues for two weeks in conjunction Digital Art Weeks 2010.
Preparing the clinic for trials at Xi’an China during Digital Art Weeks, 2010.
Virta-Flaneurazine clinic at the Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts (西安美术学院).
Clinical Assistant Mo Mingqing (莫茗清) and Du Zhe (杜哲) welcome volunteer test subjects to the clinic.
Head Clinical Assistant Yuan Mengchen (袁梦琛) and Clinical Assistant Du Zhiqiu (杜志秋) assist Artist/Doctor Pappenheimer with a trial in the exam room.
Volunteer test subject receives 127 KB of Virta-Flaneurazine.
Virta-Flaneurazine Clinical Trial Results panel at the “Intangible Materialism And The Tangible Spirit” Symposium.