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The Olympus Perspective Playground is an event where disciplines are bridged, know-how exchanged and creative experimentation enabled. Equipped with one of our OM-D or Olympus PEN system cameras, Playground visitors may explore an interactive exhibition designed by varying artists, capture it in photographs or video and unleash their own creativitiy. This exceptional concept was able to attract more than 400,000 visitors across Europe so far...
The next Olympus Perspective Playground is already in the making and will take place in Wrocław, Poland!
From 15.02.-10.03.2019, fans of photography and art will be able to test drive our cameras and learn more about the Olympus brand on more than 2,000 square meters in the old tram base Dabie at ul. Tramwajowa, Wrocław.
Entrance to the event and our camera loan is free of charge - the SD card with all the photos and video can be taken home as a memento.
Register now for your free ticket to the Olympus Perspective Playground in Wrocław and be part of the MyOlympus community!
If you also subscribe to our newsletter in the process, you will have the exclusive chance to win an Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III camera!
Next stop for the Olympus Perspective Playground is Poland:
From 15th of February until 10th of March 2019, fans of photography and art will be able to test drive our cameras and learn more about the Olympus brand on more than 2,000 square meters in the old tram base "Dabie" (Czasoprzestrzeń) at ul. Tramwajowa in Wrocław.
Entry is free of charge for all registered visitors (see above).
ul. Tramwajowa 1/3, Wroclaw, Poland
Besides experiencing our OM-D and Olympus PEN cameras and taking photos of the eye-catching artworks, you can learn more about the Olympus brand and company, print your favorite images, experience lightpainting and join a number of exciting (evening) events, talks and workshops at the Olympus Perspective Playground!
Due to limited availability you'll need to register for some events separately from your free Playground ticket registration. Please see the overview below for our current set of events you may register for. Don't forget to check this event overview on a regular basis - there is more to come!
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Discover some of the artists and artworks featured at recent Playground events.
Big, bright and lots of neon – the artists Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan are known around the world for their large scaffold structures adorned with geometric patterns and shapes incorporating positive messaging hand painted onto plywood.
On the Olympus Perspective Playgrounds Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan shows/showed the following installation(s):
Cologne 2018 (photokina): "Super Labyrinth"
Resonant Space is an audio-visual, interactive real time installation with a 3-wall-projection and a 8.1 channels audio. A computer generated, self-transforming moving space, is projected on 3 sides of the room and mirrored on the ceiling. When the visitor enters the space the autogenerated projection changes to be a response to the visitor’s moves.
The Kaleidoscope is a memorising and traditional concept toy. This toy has been played for generations who have enjoyed its optical effects...
Numen / For Use is a collective working in the fields of scenography, industrial and spatial design as well as conceptual ...
The installation EyeCatcher celebrates the beauty and uniqueness of the human iris and reflects on the increasingly important role that systems which ...
Martin Butler is a British born interdisciplinary artist, and stage director. His work has always bridged and combined various disciplines ...
Maser is an artist originally from Ireland. As early as 1995 under the moniker "Maser", he began painting graffiti on the streets ...
Patrick Shearn creates site-specific, experiential public art installations. Engaging with viewers’ expectations about their choices ...
Liz West creates vivid environments that mix luminous colour and radiant light. Working across a variety of mediums, she aims ...
We have curated a gallery with some of the many pictures taken at past Olympus Playground events for you. Delve in and let the images inspire you for your personal Playground experience with our cameras!