Are you in the Brooklyn Greenpoint area and into immersive art? If so, you may be in luck! In July the Arts District Brooklyn, AD/BK as it’s also known, will feature a new immersive arts exhibit. The experience is an interactive art exhibit that allows the viewer to be fully immersed in the artwork. This type of exhibit is perfect for those who want to get a closer look at the artist’s process and how they create their work. It’s also a great way to get up close and personal with the artwork itself.
A New Immersive Art Experience
I hope you’re not afraid of the dark. Two of the exhibits, “Flight” and “Séance”, will be in complete darkness inside 40-foot shipping containers. Mix that with theatre, technology and sound surrounding all of your senses, you have yourself a modern day Willy Wonka Tunnel of Terror experience right in Brooklyn. However, I’m sure chocolate wont be provided inside the exhibit. Even with no chocolate, I’m still all about it and want to check it out first hand.
What would an immersive art exhibit be without some artificial intelligence. “Limitless AI” is a 70-minute show featured inside a 10,000 square foot exhibit. Experience this form of AI artwork being created form scratch. The AI pulls from da Vinci’s brushstrokes to Galileo’s physics and everything in between. With an algorithm like that, It could lead to the newest trend of robotic type artwork.
Again, the exhibit is set to open in July and you need to join the waitlist to attend. If you are one of the lucky ones that get to experience this immersive art, there will be free WIFI , a cafe as well as an outdoor sitting area to relax your senses in between exhibits.
A Savage Dad’s Final Thought
Immersive art is something I have just recently started looking into and it seems to be a real experience and different each time you experience it. Art’s made to be in the box, out of the box or whatever the hell it wants to be. Personally, I think that’s badass. If I get the chance I will be checking this out. What kind of immersive art have you experienced?