An exhibition of augmented truth artwork by 13 artists, which include Ai Weiwei and Isaac Julien, will open concurrently at 12 gardens in six countries in September, the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens and Outset Up to date Artwork Fund, an intercontinental nonprofit, announced Wednesday.

“Coming out of the pandemic when outside encounters and character have taken on a new that means and gravity in our life, this exhibition signifies a new way for folks to engage with artwork and nature concurrently,” the curator Tal Michael Haring, who worked on the exhibit with Hadas Maor, said in a assertion.

El Anatsui, Pamela Rosenkranz, Timur Si-Qin, Sigalit Landau and Sarah Meyohas are among the other artists who will contribute to the coming clearly show at spots in the United States, Britain, South Africa, Australia, Israel and Canada.

Readers can perspective the art on their smartphone or tablet by means of a downloadable application and it will surface on their screens as an overlay on the gardens’ flora. The pieces have been developed and structured to enhance and complement their environment. “To be capable to have an artwork respond to your presence and let you to check out it and invite you to be participatory within of it is anything that is also section of the alternative of medium for us,” Haring explained in an interview.

It was an previously sculpture exhibit curated by Maor, “Returning to Mother nature,” which ran at the Jerusalem Botanical Yard last calendar year, that gave increase to the concept for “Seeing the Invisible.” The organizers felt influenced by its good results to proceed discovering new methods of presenting operate outdoor and mediating amongst the artwork on display screen and its surroundings.

The new job, Maor reported, focuses on a timely, ever more challenging relationship. “It’s established on this pressure among the physical and the digital, what we would then possibly expression the phygital.”

A whole list of collaborating institutions is at seeingtheinvisible.artwork.