Get set to awaken the senses with the latest exhibition Raise Vibration – Gaudi, Kandinsky, and Klee
Infinity des Lumières recently announced the launch of its highly anticipated digital immersive exhibition Raise Vibration, devoted to the profound works of Gaudi, Kandinsky, and Klee, highlighting the force of colourful abstractions and the rhythm of vibrations.
Allowing visitors to feel, experience and co-create, the exhibition puts visitors at the centre of three artists’ work, viewpoints, and diverse perspectives.
Currently open and split into three distinct exhibitions for 15-minutes each, Raise Vibration is an artistic explosion that combines legendary masterpieces and voluminous forms inspired by mesmerizing harmonious rhythms, plunging visitors into a timeless journey of discovery that awakens the senses.
Gaudi: The Architect of Imaginary
Between spirals, bright colors, and colossal and towering buildings, ‘Gaudi: The Architect of the Imaginary’ showcases the Catalan architect’s limitless creativity and bold projects. This immersive art exhibition will pay tribute to the ingenious architect via his modernist buildings that have now been listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Using the interplay of light and art, Gaudi’s work will take visitors on a journey that embraces dreams and reality, ranging from the Parc Güell, the Casa Batlló, and the Casa Milà to the Sagrada Família. The immersive space will explore a thematic and metaphysical landscape across its undulating facades and screens, illuminated with decorated motifs, and glass and ceramic mosaics intertwined with the magical sound of Gershwin’s musical curves as transferable energy.
Kandinsky: The Odyssey of Abstraction
The second part of the exhibition dives into Russian painter and art theorist, Vassily Kandinsky’s memories, Russian Folklore, and the country’s rich legendary capital. The 15-minute creation is composed of two distinctive parts, the artists’ figurative work and the advent of abstraction.
An invitation to explore the artists’ inner intellect and perception, the immersive exhibition will exhibit Kandinsky’s figurative work, influenced by impressionism, oniric Fauvism, and, to some extent, pointillism, while the second part unveils the experimental force of movement through the rhythm of abstract forms and color. With works often described as “visual music”, Vassily Kandinsky’s significant artistic patterns reflect distinct pulses of music, a chromatic explosion that is connected to the sense of hearing and sight.
The Odyssey of Abstraction is an invitation to the senses with a deep exploration of Kandinsky’s creation, the immersive exhibition disorients emotions, attaining abstract and liberated osmosis.
Paul Klee: Painting Music
The third and last part of the exhibition, takes visitors from an opera overture in an imaginary city to an underwater concerto amidst gold and multicolored fish, creating moving reflections of water and a rhythm of geometric structures.
With corresponding pictorials and puppets accompanied by Papageno’s song, the immersive exhibition concludes an enchanting interlude that combines vibrational symphonies and art.
Infinity des Lumières’ newest exhibit is a visionary approach that is based on multi-sensory experiences, where the audience does not need any prior knowledge or expertise but is free to feel, experience, to co-create, being at the centre of the art, at the centre of the immersive experience, which revolves around their numerous viewpoints and diverse perspectives.
The destination, located on level 2 of Dubai Mall opposite Galleries Lafayette, is open from Monday to Thursday, between 10 am – 10 pm, and from Friday to Sunday between 10 am – 11 pm.