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Now entering its fourth year, Free Range Art roams again this week in Texas, and in addition to gallery works, multi-disciplinary performances, and concerts, Fusebox continues its tradition of tapping a dizzying array of digital, interactive, virtual reality, immersive, and play-based artists from Austin and around the world. “Trigger Warnings and Various Attempts” is a 20-hour gallery installation in which Moletress performs inside an amateur sex cam chat room, Cam4, which allows users from around the world to interact with Moletress in real time.From there, it was like, ‘What if we made an entire restaurant?’ Kind of playing on the concept, for most people VR is such a novelty because they haven’t experienced it before.If all this wasn’t enough, Moletress will also simulcast the performance to the gallery at Chisenhale Dance Space in London, where they are a member artist.This is Moletress’ first foray into online cam performance.It’s a new, kind of out there thing, and programming work for VR that’s been more serious and politically engaging critical work, there’s such a clash between the person who’s ready for an entertaining novelty experience and the content of the work.” They baked it all into a greasy spoon diner model complete with sassy, rude high school wait staff.If a VR headset or computer malfunction, they’re “out of it” on the menu.“Customers” will be able to choose off the menu based on their “tastes,” and the wait staff will guide the audience to have a tailored experience. “‘Appetizers’ are net art, and they’re either meant to be seen on a monitor that’s mounted next to the diner table or on a tablet, which we’ll be serving in a hamburger basket. And the VR works are the ‘entrees.’ The desserts are more interactive works, so we have a few things that include augmented reality and some 3-D prints and different things that involve physical interaction.Those are typically meant to be shared between two people. Just trying to think about what could serve as a ‘treat’ after a ‘meal’ when you’ve just been watching VR.” “Spam’s the Internet: The Restaurant” grew out of MOHA’s technology initiative, IRL.MOHA has an artist in residence program, and a budding salon series to have discussions around new technology and art.“With IRL,” says Stuckey, “I think the goal is to introduce people to another way of looking at these emerging media technologies, which I think the general person sees as a commercial consumer product.