*This interview is compatible with Google Cardboard and other VR and 360-degree video-enabled devices*
In a special 360 degree virtual reality video interview, Birmingham Eastside caught up with GAP Arts’s Leanne O’Connor, visual programmer for the GAP Arts project, to find out more about her work, inspiration, and future projects.
The GAP Arts project recently opened its doors in the Jubilee Centre for young artists and creatives within Birmingham.
The first exhibition titled Heart of the Matter has been considered as a great success, acting as a platform for student artists including Daniel Ward. Leanne, Leanne, a 2nd year Fine Art student at Birmingham City University and a PR and marketing executive for the university, was appointed visual programmer after exhibiting in the project.
You can view the video on a normal computer or phone by clicking and dragging to choose where to point the camera. If you have a Google Cardboard or other VR-enabled device you can also view this in VR.