On April 22, “Deadly Sins” exhibition was inaugurated at the College of Physicians of Málaga. The series is based on seven pieces created through digital technique and augmented reality. Bakkali interprets this combination as “a way for the public to enjoy seeing how each canvas comes to life, tells a story, recreates a scene and makes the viewer interact with each piece” says the artist.
Augmented reality as a way fun and fantasy
The use of augmented reality is common on Bakkali’s art since 2020 when she exhibited her art in Paris and Monte-Carlo for the first time applying augmented reality.
“After confinement and in the middle of the uncertainty times generated by the pandemic, I thought it was positive to apply another dimension to art, create fantasy and make the public enjoy my art in an interactive, dynamic and even immersive way. The response from the public was incredible, because they had fun, I was captivated by the possibility of being able to make others happy with my art. Since then, all my artworks have one or more versions of augmented reality”
“Deadly Sins” at the College of Physicians of Malaga
“It is a great honor to present my art at the Illustrious Official College of Physicians of Málaga, I am very grateful for the opportunity. Returning to this city that I love so much fills me with happiness. Málaga is a symbol of sun, inspiration and good friends. Exhibiting my work in such an emblematic city and in such an emblematic space is more than a present”, says the artist.
The exhibition can be visited until May 17 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., from Monday to Friday.