DZs Palaces, an art journal and magazine founded by the author of The Matrix, is launching its first virtual reality experience.
The magazine will host an interactive live chat with a group of visitors during the opening ceremony of its new London headquarters.
The exhibition is curated by the renowned British artist Nick Bilton.
DZ’s first show, called The Mind Palace, opened in October 2015.
It is a virtual reality exhibit featuring work from artists, designers and musicians, all working together to create a virtual environment.
The title of the show was inspired by the title of a video game series from the late 1990s.
The experience takes place on a large stage in a room where the guests are given the ability to explore virtual worlds.
Guests can experience various aspects of the exhibit including a “reality” mode where they are able to take part in interactive scenarios, and a “dream mode” where they can actually be a part of a virtual life.
In the show, visitors can explore the various environments created by the artist, such as a virtual version of London’s Metropolitan Opera House, a simulated world of the Royal Shakespeare Company and the London Zoo.
“The project started as an experiment for myself and with the support of Nick, I wanted to create something I could share with the world,” said DZ editor-in-chief and former New York Times writer and illustrator Jonathan Kessel.
“To have a project like this take off so quickly, it’s great to see people coming together to help create something like this.”
The show, which is on display through January 2019, was created by a team of eight people including Kessel, former editor of New York Magazine, and editor-at-large of the journal, who are members of the team behind the Matrix trilogy, which won five Academy Awards.
The creators of the project said they have “an incredible group of people working on the show,” with more than a dozen other artists and artists in the industry helping create the immersive experience.
“Nick is so excited to be involved in this project, it is a dream come true,” said artist Daniel Firth, who is also the director of the museum at the Palace Arts Museum in London.
“I was born and raised in the United Kingdom and it’s a dream to be a major British artist working in the virtual world.”
“The mind palace” project will allow visitors to take a virtual tour of DZ, which was created to show visitors how virtual reality works.
A virtual world is an area in which objects and people are able in a real world to interact.
In a virtual world, virtual objects can move and interact in real time.
Dz was initially created to bring together the work of many different artists in one place, but it has since grown into a full-fledged artistic enterprise, and now offers an immersive experience that spans the world.
The show opens on January 15, 2019, and the event is open to the public.
Dzerk, who works as a freelance graphic designer, has published more than 200 publications for the magazine, including a series on the use of virtual reality in the film Interstellar.
In 2017, he was named the most influential person in the UK by the London Film and Television Festival.
He said DzerK has already sold over 150,000 copies of the book, and has a “huge following” on social media.
“DZ is about creating art in the digital age,” he said.
“It’s about creating a world where you can live and interact like you do in a world.”