Do you want to attend an immersive exhibition that will take you on a journey? I recommend the creations of the Atelier des Lumières, located at 38 rue Saint-Maur in the 11th arrondissement of Paris.
This art center has its own specificity: it offers digital exhibitions broadcast continuously. The room is 3302 m² from floor to ceiling, has 140 video projectors and is fitted with a spatial sound system for perfect immersion.
Each cycle presents 2 to 3 themes and from last February until January 5 we were entitled to a program on the works of Van Gogh as well as the dreamed Japan - images of the floating world - and finally Verse - a contemporary creation.
It was with curiosity that I went there last month, I had heard about it on social networks and it fascinated me: I really like the works of Van Gogh and I am passionate about Asian culture, the combo was perfect (Van Gogh x Japan dreamed), so I could not miss this exhibition. I was apprehensive about the moment I entered the room: what if it didn't meet my expectations? But as soon as I entered, I was blown away: the atmosphere is captivating from the first moments, the foot put in the room one feels a unity. We are witnessing a captivating universe dedicated to a theme: the immersion is total. The exhibition evolves according to our static or dynamic attitude within the space, everything is different from each point of view! And the positive point for children is that they can also enjoy and observe the exhibition, or even interact with it by playing with the visuals projected on the floor and since the sound is part of the immersion, everyone is happy… !
The Atelier des Lumières, embodied by its success, promises to continue to amaze us from February 22 with a new program presenting "Yves Klein, the infinite blue", as well as "Voyages in the Mediterranean" combining the works of around twenty artists, such as Renoir, Monet, Pissarro, Matisse…
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