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The Art of the Brick is the first major contemporary art exhibition to use LEGO bricks as the sole art medium. Much of the work you’ll see in the Art of the Brick is about transformation. Changing from one state or emotion or form to another. Taking the broken down parts of something and turning them into something else. As kids, we intuitively see the transformative qualities of LEGO. And that’s why Nathan Sawaya, creator of the Art of the Brick, has chosen LEGO as his medium.
Whether real or fictional, the characters and objects created by Sawaya are amazing and leave visitors completely speechless.
Some of the art that visitors have the opportunity to get up-close and personal with include iconic, Yellow, a life-size sculpture of a man ripping his chest open with thousands of sunshine yellow LEGO bricks cascading from the cavity, a 20-foot-long T-Rex dinosaur skeleton and they will come face to face with a giant LEGO skull. The Art Of The Brick is the first major contemporary art exhibition to use LEGO® bricks as the sole art medium. We partnered with Nathan Sawaya, an acclaimed New-York based artist who creates awe-inspiring artwork out of a toy. Having touched people in the United States, Australia, Taiwan, Singapore, China, and all around Europe, CNN heralded « The Art of the Brick is one of the top 12 must-see exhibits in the world! ».
Banksy: Genius or Vandal? is an interactive exhibition dedicated to the famous and enigmatic British artist. The exhibit is designed to be an unprecedented immersion in the artist’s work and offers a unique journey through more than 80 authenticated works that belong to several private collectors.
Immersive Shevchenko: Soul of Ukraine, has an international level of significance for Ukraine. The goal of this exhibit is to combine Ukrainian traditions and modern technology, to rethink and present the work of Ukrainian genius Taras Shevchenko in a new and interesting format.
Taras Shevchenko has created more than 1,000 works, of which about 278 paintings are considered to be lost forever. Taisia Poda the creative director of Immersive Shevchenko: Soul of Ukraine analyzed about 800 high-quality scanned copies of Taras Shevchenko’s works and chose a series of paintings that tell an interesting and heartfelt story. The multimedia content of the exhibit consists of over 200 individual paintings by Taras Shevchenko. All of this is made possible with the use of immersive technologies.
The musical composition of the exhibition, which accompanies the visuals for the fullness of emotions deserves some special attention. Composer Timur Polyansky created an original musical arrangement for the exhibit consisting of musical compositions that inspired Shevchenko himself. It is the combination of these two emotional elements that truly show the soul of Ukraine.
Content length: 15 minutes
Lashing Skies investigates the tension between individual and collective memory, through five (5) individual’s stories during the events of September 11, 2001. Although these attacks are still deeply rooted in our collective memory, it is not the only tragic common experience in our recent human history. The Paris attacks at the Bataclan, the explosions at the port of Beirut, and of course the ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic, are still felt to this day.
We all have particular moments in time throughout our lives when tragedy hits, and marks us for time eternal. We pose the same questions: Where were you that day, that morning? These stories, anchored in time, space, and bodies, affect us all in different ways. Our collective conscience cannot be denied. Rather than avoiding it, we say explore it.
Your journey will take you through a large, dark room filled with ashes and paper scattered throughout the space. As you wander, so to does your mind. What happened here? Where do I begin?
Each poem investigates a human story on the fringe of disaster and the collective narrative that ties them together. You will confront each, without ever meeting their physical or psychological portraits. The soundscapes will envelope you, allowing you to recreate each character and their environment from your own imagination.
Based on the poem series, Ciel à outrances, written by Madeleine Monette and published by Hexagone Editions.
Poems translated by Phyllis Aronoff and Howard Scott and published under the title Lashing Skies by Ekstasis Editions.
Aiming to reignite respect for our essential and complex biosphere, Our Time on Earth explores different ways of existing on Earth, particularly in the face of the climate crisis. Featuring 12 new collaborative commissions that include: A Biological Future for Fashion by BIOFABRICATE supported by Parley for the Oceans; The World Beneath Our Feet by Holition with George Monbiot; and the Sonic Waterfall by Silent Studios with Damon Albarn.
A journey through immersive, interactive installations and digital works, the exhibition is an exploration of radical ideas for the way we live. Where technology brings us closer to nature, and indigenous insight reconnects us to our roots. Enter the story of our future, with perspectives spanning art, science, activism and more.
This timely and unique exhibition encourages visitors to take an active role and leave feeling empowered to make positive change.
During the 1400s, a profound and tenacious cultural revolution, originating in Florence, Italy, spread throughout Europe. So profound was its effect, that it not only transformed society, but man’s perception of himself then and now as it continues to influence the modern consciousness of western civilization. It is known in history as the Renaissance and it embodied an awakening, an opening of the mind and the freedom to think, dream, invent and draw. The legendary artistic geniuses of the Florentine Renaissance and the spirit of humanism that guided that great season in the history of man come to life in this dynamic, immersive experience leading the visitor on a journey through the events and masterpieces of the Renaissance in Florence: from its origins with painters like Masaccio, Filippo Lippi, and Beato Angelico, to its peak with Michelangelo, Leonardo, and Raffaello.
The exhibition not only celebrates the beauty of art, but also introduces visitors to the lively artistic and social scene of Florence, unveiling the great challenges of that time: the competition for the realization of the Baptistery Doors, or the incredible and still unbelievable work realized by Brunelleschi in building the Dome of the Duomo. Visitors will meet the most illustrious members of the Medici family, walking along the halls of Palazzo Medici, as well as some of the greatest subjects represented in the history of art, like the Gioconda, the Madonna del Cardellino, or the David in its three versions realized by Donatello, Verrocchio, and Michelangelo.
Synchronised with a powerful soundtrack, multimedia spaces and large images come together to create an electrifying setting filling giant screens, walls and scenographic environments, totally immersing the visitor in the colours and configurations of the Italian Renaissance against the backdrop of the magnificent city of Florence.
Danger! It lurks all around you. Volcanoes! Sharks! Quicksand!! War Zones!!! Zombies!!! What do you do? The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Experience is here for you.
Your guests have tinkered, they have made, now it is time to put those valuable skills into practice. It is time to learn how to survive. Worst-Case Scenario is a hands-on-minds-on step-by-step series of courses providing the essential instructions for everything you need to know when encountering these real life scenarios. From defusing a bomb to delivering a baby in the back of a cab, landing a plane to escaping from zombies, The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Experience will help you get through and have you laughing along the way.
Worst-Case Scenario Survival Experience provides practical situational exercises that utilize many of the skills that are acquired through tinkering and making, encouraging exploration and discovery. This exhibition is aspirational, educational, and hilarious.
• 6,000 – 8,000 Square Feet
• 300+ guests an hour
• Escape Scenarios
• 2 Staff Minimum
• New York Times Best Sellers
• More than 10 million books sold
• 25 languages
• 40+ titles published
• TV series
– 2002 on TBS
– 2010 on Discovery
• Board Games and Video Games
He gifted art with light and freed it from historical burden. His works seems to capture only a fleeting moment but were nonetheless masterpieces of composition. His colours triumphed above the pressing competition of photography, still exclusively black and white at the time. He lived in a time of increasing acceleration. The world, just as his life, was full of movement only to find bliss – in a paradise of water, of plants and blossoms…
Claude Monet transposed the Greek nymphs into the world of nymphéas, the water lilies. He transformed his garden in Giverny, Normandy into a dreamlike place of dissolution, which captivated eye and brush, leading to seemingly repetitive motifs, which he set into floating states by means of colour and light. Monet’s late work culminated in the Grande Décoration he created for the Orangerie in Paris: water lily murals cover the wide oval and allow the viewer to immerse himself in unique compositions…
MONET’S GARDEN – AN IMMERSIVE EXHIBITION EXPERIENCE
is a 360-degree journey through the history and the oeuvre of one of the most significant Artists of the last century!The journey and unique exhibition concept are brought to life with modern multimedia technology – here you can fully immerse yourself in the world and the world famous artwork of Claude Monet (1840-1926). Experience for yourself how illusion turns into reality. Elaborate installations and projections set to music create rustling worlds of colour and let you feel the paintings come to life in ways never seen before.
Enter Monet’s garden and become part of the scenery!
Caravaggio: Beyond the Canvas is a theatrical and cinematic journey
through the life of Caravaggio. Four pivotal moments in Caravaggio’s
life will be experienced within individually-themed environments,
immersing visitors into the world, the emotions, the tragedies, and the
life of Caravaggio. During this 45-minute experience, visitors will enter
the artist’s world through theatrical reconstruction, narrations, video
projections, and sensory elements.
Meet Caravaggio through the stories of his friends, relatives, lovers
and enemies, and witness him from new perspectives: passion to
pain, disappointment to success, rage to satisfaction, arrogance to
generosity, and from the paintings to the painter.
• Four advanced experiential environments exploring the
historical and sociological context of 50 works by Caravaggio
• Faithful reproductions, inserted in a historical socio-
logical context in order to follow the artistic process
and the life of the painter
• Sixteen video projectors that weave a scientiﬁc story
• Content that immerses the visitor into the world, the
emotions, the tragedies, and the life of Caravaggio
Approximately 4,000 – 6,500 square feet (400-650 square meters),
minimum ceiling height is 11 feet (4 meters)
Put your visitors at the center of the action as they explore today’s digital world
through over a dozen larger-than-life exhibits in technology, art, play, and media,
presented from a powerful new perspective they’ve never imagined.
In Digital Me, visitors meet themselves in the digital world, witness the traces
they leave behind, and explore how their every action and image is preserved
and stored in the history of the web. They’ll learn how they appear to others
online and how information about them is collected – sometimes without even
noticing – and how it can affect them in the future.
The colorful, experiential exhibition is suitable for all ages- young children can
experiment with new technologies and surprising exhibits, and adults will gain
a deeper understanding of the implications of our presence on the Internet.
E X H I B I T I O N S I Z E
5,500 – 7,500 sq ft (500 – 700 m),
recommended ceiling height minimum 10 feet (3 meters)
E X H I B I T I O N H I G H L I G H T S
• Over a dozen oversized interactives
• 16-foot-long selfie and family portraits station
• Digital labyrinth that preserves the traces of the visitor’s path
• Huge screens for tracking visitors’ online moves
• Visiting a city that knows visitors through their web history