VR Witness Blanket

Creating a virtual reality version of the Witness Blanket is an effort to make the artwork more accessible to a wider audience, especially to remote communities and educational institutions. Carey is also inviting Indigenous peoples from across Canada to contribute sounds associated with their culture to help bring the virtual work to life. He is partnering with Camosun College, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Telus, and the University of Victoria to make this project possible.

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