Psychedelic Art Experience

Tomorrow is the Question (Aros 2019)

This installation is fascinating. Like a charm or magic spell.

In the room streams of flowers will emerge from where you stand. Streams of what looks like water will flow around you. The psychedelic experience is hard to catch on photo.

Because it is multimedia: a magic universe of sound, interactions and projections.

The video by Aros below will give an impression. But you have to experience the installation. A video is not the same thing as being in the room.

Tomorrow is the Question is a User Experience. It is far more than a mereprojection on floors and walls.

I’d like to know how the installation was made. In the room before we entered the installation you could see some running computers with graphic cards. Whether they had something to do with the installation I don’t know.

We can only hope that Aros will get and show this installation on a permanent basis.

Tomorow is the Question

Du kan roligt glæde dig til d. 6. april, hvor udstillingen ”Tomorrow is the Question” åbner. Ja, faktisk kan du nøjes med at glæde dig til fredag d. 5. april, hvor der er Åben fernisering: “Tomorrow is the Question” – det er tilmed gratis og alle er velkomne. "Tomorrow is the Question" er ambitiøs præsentation af international samtidskunst, der appellerer til refleksion over både dagens og morgendagens udfordringer, og du kan bl.a. opleve værker af det japanske kunstnerkollektiv teamLab.”Tomorrow is the Question” er initieret og kurateret af Luise Faurschou, grundlægger og direktør hos ART 2030 og Faurschou Art Resources, i kuratorisk samarbejde med ARoS’ direktør Erlend G. Høyersten.Video:teamLabInstallation view of teamLab: Transcending Boundaries, 2017, at Pace Gallery, London, 6 Burlington Gardens© teamLab, courtesy Pace Gallery

Slået op af ARoS Aarhus Art Museum i Fredag den 22. marts 2019

Aros’s promotion video: Tomorrow is the Question

Read more about the exhibition here: https://www.aros.dk/besoeg-aros/udstillinger/2019/tomorrow-is-the-question/.

Published by Per Thykjaer Jensen

Senior Lecturer at the Multimedia Design and Communication Programme at Aarhus Business College. I teach code and UX. Linux evangelist and WordPress expert.

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