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November 2, 2019May 31, 2020

Mystic Universe

The new exhibition from the creators of Samskara and samurai Art of War offers us a fascinating journey through the ancient architecture recreated thanks to the synthesis of modern technologies and art.



On an area of 1,500 sq.m, guests will enjoy experiments with space and sound, immersing them into the fascinating worlds: panoramic screen and large-scale spherical 3D domes with stereo sound, immersive animations, interactive mirror rooms, multi-genre installations, VR gaming area and the most spectacular part of the exhibition — recreated elements of the ancient Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia with detailed bas-reliefs and ornaments.



Digital artists involved in the creation of the Oscar-winning film 'Manchester by the sea' and the animated series 'The Simpsons', participants of Coachella Music, Burning Man and other famous projects, worked on the exhibition: Dutch visual artist Julius Horstuis, Russian visionary artist Luminokaya, and Ukrainian graphic artist Igor Baranko.



The exhibition is closed on Mondays.
The new exhibition from the creators of Samskara and samurai Art of War offers us a fascinating journey through the ancient architecture recreated thanks to the synthesis of modern technologies and art.



On an area of 1,500 sq.m, guests will enjoy experiments with space and sound, immersing them into the fascinating worlds: panoramic screen and large-scale spherical 3D domes with stereo sound, immersive animations, interactive mirror rooms, multi-genre installations, VR gaming area and the most spectacular part of the exhibition — recreated elements of the ancient Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia with detailed bas-reliefs and ornaments.



Digital artists involved in the creation of the Oscar-winning film 'Manchester by the sea' and the animated series 'The Simpsons', participants of Coachella Music, Burning Man and other famous projects, worked on the exhibition: Dutch visual artist Julius Horstuis, Russian visionary artist Luminokaya, and Ukrainian graphic artist Igor Baranko.



The exhibition is closed on Mondays.
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