Infinity des Lumières
OPENING SOON, THE DUBAÏ MALL
Culturespaces is opening a new CULTURESPACES DIGITAL® art centre in Dubaï, in partnership with the Spanish group METRA, which will be called "Infinity des Lumières ».
The new digital art centre was inspired by the Atelier des Lumières in Paris, which is visited by more than one million persons each year who come to see its immersive exhibitions that focus on the greatest painters in the history of art. The ‘Infinity des Lumières’ will be located at the foot of the famous Burj Khalifa tower, on the second floor of the Dubai Mall, which is visited by 80 million people every year. Work is underway and the CULTURESPACES DIGITAL® technical teams will set up the site for an opening soon ( 2021 ), with an inaugural immersive exhibition devoted to Van Gogh.
On two floors, with 7.5 metre high ceilings, 120 video projectors, and 35 speakers, this new 2,500 m² digital art centre will host several immersive digital exhibitions devoted to classical, modern, and contemporary artists; this is made possible by the expertise of CULTURESPACES DIGITAL®, which is capable of perfectly and simultaneously integrating thousands of images in enormous areas. Thanks to this cutting edge technology, the visitors will be completely immersed in the images and music.
The digital and immersive exhibitions are veritable visual and audio experiences that are accessible to all.
CULTURESPACES DIGITAL®, which runs the largest digital art centres in the world, is continuing to develop its activities internationally and pursuing its objective of cultural dissemination with the opening of the Infinity des Lumières, its fifth digital art centre.
The CULTURESPACES DIGITAL® art centres include:
- The Bassins de Lumières, Bordeaux (in 2020)
- The Atelier des Lumières, Paris (since 2018)
- The Bunker de Lumières, Jeju, South Korea (partnership since 2018)
- The Carrières de Lumières, Les Baux-de-Provence (since 2012)
Les centres d’arts numériques
Partenaires de Culturespaces Digital®
• Les Bassins de Lumières, Bordeaux (en 2020)
• L’Atelier des Lumières, Paris (depuis 2018)
• Les Carrières de Lumières, Baux-de-Provence (depuis 2012)