Soul App introduces a new type of social media to young consumers
SHANGHAI, Nov. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Soul App, a popular social media app for young people, invited world-renowned artists to create an offline art exhibition in Shanghai from November 14-27, 2020. The theme is "Soul Planet Wandering Project -- Soul Wonderland". The exhibition, popular with Gen Z youth, displays four works created by famous international artists. Dutch artist Nick Verstand created "ANIMA," an exhibit with aesthetic and humanistic values; German artist Timo Helgert created "Wonder" using "Shanghai" as the city theme; Encor Studio, a digital art group from Switzerland created, "Circular Frontier"; and SOUL X Output (China) created "Soul Lab". At this exhibition, audiences enjoy outstanding visual entertainment and experience the fusion of technology and art.
"ANIMA", which means "soul" in Latin is a floating sphere. It symbolizes every person who enters the exhibit and coincides with SOUL's concepts of "planet" and "soul". Standing in front of the sphere, the real emotions of the observer affects the color, texture, dynamics and voice of the sphere, and the observer can easily recognize their own emotions and sense their own voice.
"Wonder" is inspired by urban life and natural elements and uses a digital method to explore the boundaries between the physical and virtual worlds through 3D animation and AR. This work expresses the longing for a friend that each person has in the post pandemic world.
"Circular Frontier" is one of the most illustrative audio-visual pieces from Encor studio. This work expresses that in SOUL's view of the world, every planet and person have their own unique soul rhythm.
In "Soul Lab", participants can create unique visual images of their souls by answering SOUL test questions.
SOURCE Soul App