List of immersive art experiences

‘However, is there a downside to this trend for artainment? These types of installations draw large audiences and are definitely very easy to market. Stunning visuals are perfect for social media and advertising campaigns. Positive reviews online get more people through the door. In addition, visitors love to interact and take photos of the spectacle on their phones. But some may ask if all this is diluting the art itself.’


Van Gogh: Dreamed Japan, Images of the Floating World at Atelier des Lumieres, Paris

Barbican Guest Curator Conrad Bodman, takes us on a tour of our new immersive exhibition, Digital Revolution.

Concepts of eternity and infinity are put on display at ARTECHOUSE’s newest exhibition - Everything in Existence by internationally-acclaimed Italian artist studio fuse*.

Meow Wolf. Non-linear storytelling that unfolds through exploration, discovery and interactivity.

“The Art of Bloom” is an immersive exhibition in Long Beach, L.A., featuring floral petal showers and augmented reality. (The floor projects the microscopic scans of real flowers and showcases as if there are lights coming through the forest. See komorebi)

Artist Refik Anadol doesn’t work with paintbrushes or clay. Instead, he uses large collections of data and machine learning algorithms to create mesmerizing and dynamic installations.

Otherworld is a 32,000 square foot immersive art installation in Columbus, Ohio. Explore over 40 rooms filled with large-scale art and mixed reality playgrounds. It’s an all new kind of art experience where visitors are encouraged to freely explore and interact with a surreal world of science fiction and fantasy.

BEYOND is an immersive audiovisual installation that explores relationships between space, time and perception. A geometrical architecture transforms space into a container for the abstract language of light and sound.


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