BEGA Valley Regional Gallery will begin a series of interactive digital sculptures across the shire.
From this weekend, viewers using smartphones or tablets will be able to interact with specially created artworks that are only visible through your device.
“Some of the sculptures are to human scale and some are monumental,” gallery curator Iain Dawson said.
“In addition to the many fine physical works on display, the UNSEEN sculptures exhibition brings together artists from Europe, America and Australia to showcase this amazing technology.
“To visit this exhibition you have to bring your smartphone, download the LAYAR app and our volunteers on site will guide you through the process of seeing these ‘hidden’ works.”
Mr Dawson said the exhibition is free and there will be tablet computers available to borrow.
The exhibition will start in Bermagui within Sculpture on the Edge from tomorrow to March 8, in Bega’s Littleton Gardens and on the bank of the Bega River in Bridge St from March7 to 13, in Merimbula’s Ford Park from March 14 to 20 and on Eden’s Lake Curalo Boardwalk from March 21 to 27.
For more information visit the BVRG Facebook page.