The exhibition is supported by the Ministry of Culture of Taiwan, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Spain and the Austrian Cultural Forum, and it is part of the project Realities in Transition, co-funded by the European Union and consisting of Seconde Natu-re (France), L.E.V. (Spain), KONTEJNER (Croatia), Ars Electronica (Austria), Dark Eupho-ria (Francia), V2_ Lab (The Netherlands) and iMal (Belgium).
The launch of this European project has been another of the major milestones of the year for L.E.V. An ambitious joint commitment to explore and support alternative creation of XR and to experiment with and promote new narratives and processes, driven by different platforms and institutions working in this field of creation.
Within the framework of this project, other initiatives have also been launched recently, such as the call for artistic XR projects to participate in a residency programme at the V2_ Lab in Rotterdam (Netherlands), which has received more than 120 applications and is currently in the process of selecting its participants.