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Marshmallow Laser Feast: Works of Nature

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Exhibition Overview

Marshmallow Laser Feast: Works of Nature

Exhibition Type
Contemporary Art, Nature, Science and Technology
Area Size
500 to 1000 sqm
more than 1000 sqm
Designed For
Museums and Galleries
Science Centres
Entertainment Venues
Hiring Fee

For a 3-month rental excl. transport, installation, insurance:

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Core Experience
Immersive digital experience
Hands-on activities
Panels and graphics
Exhibition Partners
Marshmallow Laser Feast


Credits / Image Information

Marshmallow Laser Feast: Works of Nature, 2024, ACMI.



Marshmallow Laser Feast: Works of Nature illuminates the hidden forces surrounding us, revealing the sublime through sensory journeys beyond our everyday perception. From the roots of a majestic Amazonian tree to the unseen branches of the body and the birth of galaxies, this hypnotic, immersive experience explores the rhythm that cultivates and connects all life – breath.

This world premiere exhibition features major digital artworks on a grand, awe-inspiring scale from London-based collective Marshmallow Laser Feast (MLF). Through guided meditation, large-scale projection works and interactive experiences, visitors evolve from droplets of water to plants, cells and stars, becoming part of the cycle of life and the cosmos.

Using creative technology to deepen our understanding of, and connection to the world around us, Marshmallow Laser Feast reminds us that we are just one species in a shared ecosystem and asks, what can we learn from nature to prepare for the future?

Works of Nature marks Marshmallow Laser Feast’s first major exhibition in Australia and includes artworks executive produced by the late Edward R. Pressman and filmmaker Terrence Malick; and collaborations featuring narration by executive producer Cate Blanchett; poetry by Daisy Lafarge; and music by Jon Hopkins, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Meredith Monk, Howard Skempton and Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood.

VR and App Content


Paintings Drawings & Prints
Film & Sound
Digital art

General Information

Created In
Available Package Options
Collection and interpretation
More Details About Technical Requirements
Digital content provided as ready-to-play files on ACMI supplied playback equipment and software. Please contact the Producer for more information on technical requirements.


Past and Future Venues
ACMI, Melbourne (23 November - 14 April 2024)

Extra Info

Curatorial excellence
Immersive experience
Highlights Details
Marshmallow Laser Feast: Works of Nature includes large-scale major video works, a guided meditation and evocative 2D artworks.

The exhibition is presented across 11 immersive sections:

- Works of Nature Introduction: video installation of breath.
- Sanctuary of the Unseen Forest: large-scale video installation of an ancient Amazonian kapok tree.
- Evolver: 4x artworks comprising a series of large-scale video installations, a guided meditation and optional VR work.
- The Tides Within Us: 6x artworks revealing the flow of oxygen through the branching ecosystem of the human body.
- The Scale of Things: 5x video installations providing insight into the science of blackholes and the cosmos.
- Distortions in Space Time: large-scale immersive, interactive experience allowing visitors to journey through space to the edge of a black hole.
- We Live in an Ocean of Air: video installation revealing the invisible connection between plants and people.
- Science behind the Sublime: behind-the-scenes digital and 2D works exploring MLF’s process and practice.
Exhibition Add-Ons
Augmented Reality
Virtual Reality
Engagement programme support
Exhibition tour kit
Easy translation
Selfie spots

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