An art installation that visitors can interact with.

This is the XYZT Abstract Landscape exhibit in Washington, D. C.

“We are living in a time of renaissance where a lot of artists are using technology as a medium, and they have no place to showcase,” explains Artechouse Artistic Director Sandro Kereselidze to National Geographic Travel. “And that’s why we created it, the platform, for them to be able to connect to audience, and audience to connect to the new arts.”

Ten light piece installations are found in the exhibit that are fully interactive to the touch, step and actions of the audience.

“We have a wonderful technology here that really lets you interact with art,” says Tatiana Pastukhova. Managing Director of Artechouse. “As you walk through it, you create your own experience.”

The exhibit is housed at Artechouse, a contemporary art gallery. The artists work with technology representing contemporary life. The exhibit becomes an opportunity to get to know art and technology.

“The audience don’t want to be a passive viewer anymore,” adds Kereselidze. “They want to be a part of the art. They want to have an experience that they’ve never had before.”

Simply put, the exhibit is a digital playground for adults.

Artechouse, Washington, DC

This immersive, sensory art installation in Washington, D.C. is a digital playground for adults who don't just want to see art, but want to be part of it, too.

Posted by National Geographic Travel on Friday, 25 May 2018



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