The virtual reality piece ‘Just-in-time’ is a simulation of environments in which the interrelationships between objects and cultural phenomena are heightened. Selected objects begin to possess different values, or begin to resemble and appropriate other myriad forms. The project sets out for these relations and appearances not to be understood, but discovered.
Lucy Wheeler is a multidisciplinary artist that uses digital art processes and emerging technologies. She graduated from University of the Arts London with a First Class Honours in BA Fine Art. Since she has exhibited across various art spaces across London including Wimbledon Space, APT Gallery and British Film Institute.
Lucy Wheeler has engaged in various collaborative virtual reality projects at the Tate Exchange, Tate Lates at Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Somerset House and British Film Institute.
Lucy Wheeler is the co-founder of The Immersive Kind Collective: a knowledge exchange and arts and social enterprise which promotes social and digital inclusion across the creative tech industry and arts and culture sector.