Category: London

  • Lightroom

    Lightroom

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    Exhibition space in the art campus north of King’s Cross. Lightroom is an immersive cinema with four very tall walls of app 8 metres high and 20 metres wide. 20 projectors in the ceiling are covering walls and floor. Projections are bright, hi-res and super crisp so imagewise Lightroom is a true pearl. The shows…

  • Outernet

    Outernet

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    Open building next to Tottenham Court Road Station with 3 installations at street level including large LED screens at walls and ceiling. The only immersive experience in London covered by this blog that uses LED walls instead of projectors. The largest hall next to the station features very fine graphic animations with a lot of…

  • Echoes of the Earth: Living Archive

    Echoes of the Earth: Living Archive

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    Refik Anadol created this custom immersive installation for the Serpentine North Gallery in Hyde Park London. The gallery is a square building with a long hallway around two central halls. A very wide projection screen covered three walls of the hallway, but unfortunately not as one canvas which would require a very high horizontal resolution.…

  • Van Gogh

    Van Gogh

    Van Gogh Exhibit in London: The Immersive Experience is another contribution to the rather tasteless trend where old painters go immersive. It seems to be a commercially viable concept to present the fake if you can’t get the real thing. The concept is designed for mass production so it is currently possible to see replicas…

  • Frameless

    Frameless

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    Frameless is four galleries with immersive AV-installations in a former cinema in Marble Arch, London near Hyde Park. Content is primarily created as animations of paintings from famous artists. Especially one of the galleries did technically stand out as projections were covering all surfaces inside a large cube. That was achieved by sticking out periscope…

  • Delight

    Delight

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    South Korean exhibition installed in London. 12 installations, most of them with projections – up to four projectors per artwork. Unique na├»ve picture language which seems quite exotic in this hemisphere. Looks like the installation is a commercial window to Seoul encouraging spectators to go there. This is fine however as the artworks have their…