Oasis is a fully digital exhibition that welcomes you to immerse in a digital desert and explore a collection of four short films. Behind this collaborative show of artists and designers is Services Généraux, a Paris-based multidisciplinary creative studio founded by Antoine and Valentin.
Firstly thought of as an interactive and physical exhibition, Oasis has been adapted to the digital world due to COVID-19, but its essence remained untouched. This is an immersive online exhibition in the form of a single website, where you can still wander through the premises and navigate inside the artists’ minds like a true archeologist (only this time like a digital one).
The project features the presence of four international artists:
Daniëlle Cathari, fashion designer. Her work evokes a personal journey of memories, emotions and self-awareness. Nicole McLaughlin, upcycling expert. Shehighlights the importance of upcycling, exploring cyclic reconstruction and a second life for discarded materials. Heron Preston, streetwear designer. He plays an homage to nature and explores the relationship between humanity and nature. Mirko Borsche, art director and graphic designer. Borsche brings back to life posters and sculptures referencing different songs’ lyrics.