Virtual Drag generated a small buzz internationally in new media art circles.
It has been featured on the uber cool UK based blog PROSTHETIC KNOWLEDGE, and picked up by Tumblr Radar.
The computer game culture magazine KILLSCREEN noted that the convergence of virtual reality and drag ‘realness’ opens a rabbit hole of accelerating conceptual possibilities. The Killscreen article was retweeted by @NEWINC, the art technology incubator of the New Museum.
The New York based CREATORS PROJECT declared “virtual reality art gets what it’s sorely been missing – drag queens.” The story has since been translated into French, Greek and Chinese.
MOTHERBOARD embedded the Virtual Drag’s presentation video in the report on the Berlin Unicorns in Tech Festival.