‘Catch the Light’ – Immersive Digital Experience to Document Recovery from Anxiety and Depression

Canadian digital artist, FVCKRENDER takes over W1 Curates to debut his first solo immersive and meditative audio-visual experience: ‘Catch the Light’. The show documents the artist’s healing journey from depression and anxiety.



This amazing FREE immersive experience documents the healing journey from anxiety and depression @Fvckrender @w1curates #w1curates #immersiveexhibition #freeexhibitionlondon #digitalart

♬ Dandelions (slowed + reverb) – Ruth B. & sped up + slowed


‘Catch the Light’


‘Catch the Light’ by FVCKRENDER at W1 Curates

Photo: Urban Adventurer


Having suffered from severe anxiety, ongoing depression, and panic attacks, FVCKRENDER turned to digital canvas and taught himself to use 3D art software to support his self-understand and healing process through creating stunning hyper-realistic imagery.

FVCKRENDER’s artworks are a documentation of his healing process, and now living his life completely free of depression and anxiety, he wants to be a beacon of hope and an inspiration to others to find their own path of healing and mental comfort.


'Catch the Light' Immersive Exhibition by FVCKRENDER at W1 Curates

Photo: Urban Adventurer



The artist creates futuristic, hyper-realistic 3D imageries that are carefully choregraphed against meditative soundtracks to make a tranquil environment good for mental health and wellbeing.

The Canadian artist has created 3,000 artworks on a daily basis over the past 8 years, positioning himself as one of the most prolific artists in the world.

As a result, he had a number of high-profile collaborations, including Dior and Swarovski.


FVCKRENDER’s selected artworks are displayed on W1 Curates’ gallery space in the basement at FLANNELS in Oxford Street as well as on LED screens of the outside walls of the building.


The experience is free to visit between 3 – 31 August 2023 at W1 Curates.

NO booking required.





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