Dalí exhibition at the Atelier des Lumières - A digital experience with XXL works
- WE LOVE : a total and bluffing sensory experience
- AGEfor all, from 6 years old
- DATE May 19, 2021 to January 2, 2022
- PLACE Atelier des Lumières (Paris 11e)
THE IMMERSIVE EXHIBITION "DALI, THE ENDLESS ENIGMA
- The Dalí exhibition at the Atelier des Lumières is the new creation of this place dedicated to the discovery of art through digital and immersive processes
- Through a thematic tourdive into surreal and metaphysical landscapes and find yourself in the heart of the surprising works of the artist with the overflowing imagination
- The Dalí exhibition at the Atelier des Lumières, presents monumental works of Dalí are projected on the floor and walls of the studio. Up to 10 meters high, they let appear the details of the brush strokes, the lines and the play of materials
- They trace 60 years of creation
- The world of Dali lends itself particularly well to this digital experience in XXL format
- The music of Pink Floyd accompanies this sensory experience
- In the second part of the exhibition, the Atelier des Lumières offers a tribute to the Spanish architect with the exhibition "Gaudí, architect of the imagination“
The Atelier des Lumières, the new cultural site of Paris
- The Workshop of Lights opened in the spring of 2018 in a former smelter in the 11th arrondissement of Paris. This very large exhibition space is perfectly suited to the ambitions of this new Parisian cultural venue.
- The founding principle is put technology at the service of the artistic tradition by appropriating classical pictorial works to make them gigantic video projections.
- It is another way to organize exhibitions, to discover art, it's bluffing and it'll please the young audience, It's certain !
- In a space of 2000 m2 and 10 meters high, Van Gogh's works are projected on the floor, ceiling and walls.
- It's a visual shock, the colors explode. A music accompanies the projection. We are immersed in a sound and light size XXL. More than 3000 images set in motion by 140 laser projectors make this possible immersive art.