Culturespaces and Tintinimaginatio are collaborating on a project entitled TINTIN, L’AVENTURE IMMERSIVE (‘Tintin: the Immersive Adventure’), a unique exhibition devoted to the adventures of Tintin.
The transfer from paper to digital is but a short step, which the two partners decided to take by combining their expertise. From the first edition of Tintin in the Land of the Soviets in 1929 to the most recent publications, ‘Tintin, l’aventure immersive’ (‘Tintin: the Immersive Adventure’) pays tribute to the famous reporter with the powder puff, an inveterate traveller whose voyages around the globe have been part of popular culture for almost one hundred years.
Produced by CULTURESPACES DIGITAL and realised by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, this unique digital exhibition presents the entire oeuvre of Marc Chagall (1887-1985), revealing a work rooted in its times, at the crossroads of the artistic and cultural novelties of his century and in constant renewal.
Paris and New York, the emblematic capitals of modern art, represent two crucial stages in the artist’s long career. Paris was his chosen city, and thanks to the avant-garde movements of the 1910s, it provided the young Russian painter with a pool of experimental work, which he enriched with his own cultural references. New York was primarily a place of exile during the 1940s, and yet it gave the artist’s creativity fresh impetus.
Produced by CULTURESPACES DIGITAL and realised by Virginie Martin, this digital exhibition presents the genius of the painters of the North through a complete immersion in authentic paintings that are faithful representations of nature and its themes.
Explore the reality of daily life, following in the footsteps of the great masters who represented the ordinary in an extraordinary way. Painting light and atmosphere is the main theme of the exhibition itinerary. Direct or subdued, cold or warm, the light reveals the facades and the privacy of family homes.
Produced by CULTURESPACES DIGITAL and realised by Virginie Martin, this immersive exhibition presents Mondrian’s iconic works, composed of squares of primary colour, which have long inspired artists of every kind and influenced pop culture.
In an interplay of horizontal and vertical lines and moving from the figurative to the abstract, this immersive exhibition follows the artistic development of the painter, who broke away from traditional painting and immersed himself in visionary painting: Neoplasticism.
CONVERGENCE is an invitation by digital artist Pierre Blaise Dionet (Cityshake.com) to explore the mysterious links between sound and colour.
This immersive experience poetically tells us about the birth of synesthesia, taking us through worlds where sound vibrations and shimmering colours connect in surprising ways.
Produced by Culturespaces Digital® and created by Niels Prayer, ‘The Other Garden’ is a ten-minute-long immersive digital art project in which you are immerged in a world of enchantment, introspection, encounters, and the poetry of Nature.
In the form of ten paintings, you will follow the Ferryman as he sails with the currents, taking with him a pot in which a tree grows, sequence after sequence.
Produced by CULTURESPACES DIGITAL and realised by HKI-Hellohikimori, ‘Infinite Horizons’ is an artistic journey through a multitude of viewpoints that defy the rules of perspective. It is a work that explores the accepted notion of what constitutes a landscape, by using an algorithmic and unique vision that takes us into a world of abstraction in an infinite landscape.
The concept is based on the notion of a horizon of events. From a real horizon to an horizon of events generated by a black hole, other horizons and alternative realities appears.
“5 Movements” is an immersive experience combining art, design and technology, created by the studio Nohlab.
Using the latest motion capture technologies, Nohlab recorded the gestures and movements of the bodies of five performers, in symbiosis with five musical currents. Then Nohlab created beautiful abstract effects that seem to emanate directly from the dancers, melting into a choreography full of poetry.
This exhibition immerses you into the works of Joaquín Sorolla, one of the leading Spanish painters of the twentieth century.
Discover his entire oeuvre: from his regionalist interpretations of Spain to his family portraits, landscapes, and gardens, and the representations of the seaside that made him internationally famous.
Culturespaces, in partnership with Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES), invites you to a one-of-a-kind journey through space.
The exhibition immerses you in a maze of stars, planets, nebulae, and supernovae. A unique voyage of discovery that begins in the heart of the tropical rainforest of Guyana and ends in the outer reaches of the universe.
Produced by CULTURESPACES DIGITAL and realised by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto and Massimiliano Siccardi, this exhibition celebrates the incomparable and singular works of Salvador Dalí and presents more than 60 creative years of the Catalan master.
You will be able to explore a themed itinerary in surrealistic and metaphysical landscapes and all the while being immersed in the artist’s amazing and highly imaginative works. The entire digital exhibition will be accompanied by Pink Floyd’s soundtrack. Constantly experimenting and rejecting all rational mechanisms, these painting and music shared a fantastical visual imagination, in which obsessive visions and technical virtuosity were blended.
The immersive exhibition takes you on a journey of discovery of the artistic and architectural treasures of the city of Venice.
As you explore the Grand Canal and the canals, lanes, squares, buildings, and churches, embark on a journey through Venetian interiors and exteriors—both holy and secular—in search of the visible symbols of the city’s extraordinary history.
Produced by CULTURESPACES DIGITAL and realised by Cutback and Gianfranco Iannuzzi, the exhibition pay tribute to the ingenious architect via his modernist buildings that have now been listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites.
This exhibition is a journey between dreams and reality, ranging from the Parc Güell, the Casa Batlló, and the Casa Milà to the Sagrada Família. Between spirals, bright colours, colossal and towering buildings, the exhibition highlight the Catalan architect’s limitless creativity and bold projects.
“Journey” is an experiential glimpse into the nascence of photons-the primary elements of light.
Our journey follows the photons through every layer of an eye, from their formation in blank space to where they finally come to life in explicit forms and images which the brain perceives. This experience depicts the process of our brains turning photons into perceivable forms.
With this exhibition created by Spectre Lab studio, step into the world of indigenous communities worldwide, their connection with each other and nature and their traditional regional and costume. "The Last Sentinels" celebrates human diversity and beauty.
"The Last Sentinels" pay tribute to Jimmy Nelson, who has been photographing native cultures all his life.
This exhibition presents Cezanne’s most significant works, such as his still lifes of apples, The Card Players, and The Great Bathers.
Via a thematic and intimate itinerary that promotes reflection, the immersive exhibition reveals Cezanne’s inner torment, the power of his compositions, his approach to light and colour, and his link with nature, which was his greatest source of inspiration-his obsession. Following the theme of nature, Provence, and the Mont Sainte-Victoire, the exhibition takes you on a journey into the heart of the artist’s major works.
Produced by CULTURESPACES DIGITAL and realised by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto and Massimiliano Siccardi, this exhibition gives an original look at Gustav Klimt and his successors.
The exhibition ‘Gustav Klimt, Gold in motion’ is based on works by the leading figure of Viennese Symbolist painting. The digital exhibition presents the works that make Klimt a unique and successful artist: his Golden Period, portraits, and landscapes.
“Cell Immersion” is an art & science journey into a little-known microscopic world: humankind.
Here, everything is real, and above all, alive. Every visual in the exhibition is made up of real cells: from the electrifying neuron to the fragile embryo and the melancholic blood flow of the brain. The public discovers a universe of shimmering colours and incredible diversity.
This production lasting around ten minutes, was created was produced by the Cutbak studio under the direction of Virginie Martin, from works executed by the prolife and visionary artist, Wassily Kandinsky.
A painter, poet, art theorist, and founder of abstract art, Kandinsky revolutionised the history of art with his many compositions, which are now exhibited around the world. A veritable invitation to explore Kandinsky’s inner cosmos, the immersive exhibition disorientates the visitors and eventually attains an abstract and liberated osmosis.
Created by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto and Massimiliano Siccardi with the support of the Hundertwasser Foundation, the ‘Hundertwasser, In the wake of the Vienna Secession’ exhibition immerses you in the work of Viennese artist and architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000).
A painter and architect, he is the inheritor of the Vienna Secession, several decades later. He embodied an artistic revival, which was heavily influenced by the revolution instigated by Klimt. His paintings and architectural work, which are firmly rooted in a respect for nature and man, embody the source of life and the elements.
Produced par CULTURESPACES DIGITAL and realised by Cutback, this exhibition presents an itinerary that spans the period between Impressionism and modernism.
This digital exhibition highlight the link between artistic creativity and the Mediterranean shores, as the principal centres of the modernist movement. The exhibition immerse visitors in the masterpieces of twenty artists, including Renoir, Monet, Pissarro, Matisse, Signac, Derain, Vlaminck, Dufy, and Chagall, amongst others.
Produced by Culturespaces and realised by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto and Massimiliano Siccardi, this exhibition immerses visitors in the paintings of Vincent van Gogh, a genius who was not recognised during his lifetime.
The exhibition explores van Gogh’s numerous works, which radically evolved over the years, from The Potato Eaters (1885), Sunflowers (1888) and Starry Night (1889) to Bedroom at Arles (1889).
Produced by CULTURESPACES DIGITAL and realised by Cutback, the exhibition focuses on this major twentieth-century artist, who set out to turn his life into a work of art.
This ten-minute-long work immerses visitors in the plurality of the artist’s works, going beyond the famous International Klein Blue (IKB), a combination of ultramarine pigment and special binder. Amongst other works, visitors will discover the body prints with his Anthropometries, and nature with his Cosmogonies and his Planetary Reliefs.
Produced by Culturespaces and realised by Cutback, this exhibition is devoted to the colourful abstract works by the German artist Paul Klee.
The exhibition pay tribute to Klee’s pictorial world. It take visitors from an opera overture in an imaginary city to an underwater concerto amidst gold and multicoloured fish, and the rhythm of its geometric structures.
Produced by Culturespaces and realised by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto and Massimiliano Siccardi, this exhibition present a century of spanish painting.
Digitised masterpieces by Picasso, Goya, and Sorolla will create a dialogue to the sound of music on the immense limestone surfaces of the Art Centre. A veritable invitation to go on a journey of discovery, this original multimedia show retraces a century of Spanish painting.
‘Dreamed Japan’ offers visitors a journey into the Japan of the collective imagination—the Japan of the geishas, samurai warriors, and spirits.
This production by the Danny Rose Studio, which highlights van Gogh’s fascination with Japan, is a contemplative and audio journey into the environment of the masters of Japanese prints.
The human brain has infinitely more powerful recording capacity than any computer, however, memory is selective; it sorts, selects and keeps only what it considers potentially useful. Recognized as one of the main faculties of the human mind, memory will define what we are: it shapes the contours of our identity. Wanting to keep everything is futile: like sand flowing through your fingers, there will ultimately only be a residue of our past experiences. It is this tiny amount of things that defines who we are.
“Memories” makes the visitor think about the immensity of the world and the place we occupy in it. In total immersion in a flow of images and information, everyone is free to retain in memory a little of what constitutes the essence of this enchanted interlude.
“Recoding Entropia” is an immersive film essentially focused on spaces and scale values.
Closely linked to the theme explored - that of Becoming - it captures the infinite possibilities of the thought process. In unison with what its narrative suggests, the film plays with confusion and surprise in order to unfold a cycle in which we can immerse ourselves.
An immersive journey in the graphic journey universe of the Sixties, produced by Danny Rose!
This short program is dedicated to the quintessence of the Flower Power movement. Travel through into an imaginary city, around which the viewers are invited to stroll and lose themselves as they follow in the footsteps of the idealistic generation at the end of the 1960s, which changed the world.
Produced by Culturespaces and created by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto, and Massimiliano Siccardi, with the musical collaboration of Luca Longobardi, this new exhibition invites you to explore the unbridled imagination of the animated paintings of Bosch, Brueghel and Arcimboldo.
From Hieronymus Bosch’s most emblematic triptychs, such as The Garden of Earthly Delights, The Temptation of Saint Anthony, and The Hay Wagon, to Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s remarkable compositions of flowers and fruit, and the village festivities depicted by the Bruegel dynasty, the Carrières de Lumières embraces the fascinating worlds of the great masters who represented these animated scenes of life and the duality of a world shifting between good and evil. Their work shares the same excellent facture and incredible inventiveness. Bosch’s hallucinatory imagination and Arcimboldo’s highly creative and improbable faces are complemented by the joyous triviality of Bruegel’s works, whose many figures are inspired by reality.
Produced by CULTURESPACES DIGITAL and created by Cosmo AV, the short six-minute film pays tribute to Georges Méliès (1861–1938), a pioneering film-maker and the father of special effects. A contemporary of the Lumière brothers, the illusionist recognised the future potential of their cinématographe (an early moving image projector) and was one of the first to use it for artistic purposes. He made over six hundred films that explored fantastical and fantasy worlds with the help of many special effects.
In this voyage of discovery into Méliès’ poetic and surrealist world, the spectators in the Carrières de Lumières discover his workshop, a veritable hotchpotch of bits and bobs where the craziest dreams take shape, climb aboard a space rocket, land on the moon, explore the North Pole, plunge into the abysses, get lost in the centre of the earth, journey right into the caves of Hell, and so on. During this magical journey, they encounter monsters and fantastical creatures and travel through ever-changing landscapes created by Méliès.
Adapted to and designed for Le Studio in the Atelier des Lumières, ‘Moments’ was created by using Impressionist paintings, scanned in a very high resolution. These works in close-up become pigments-fine particles and coloured suspended components of painting.
Using an algorithm, the captivating images evolve and begin to move, creating a sensorial journey into the abstract-fleeting moments inspired by the great masters of light and shade.
EVERYTHING is a 10 min. immersive audiovisual experience designed specifically for Culturespaces, which in three parts observes everything as it is, questions all this existence and suggests new possibilities.
We move from elements which construct what we call our daily lives and ways of ascribing meanings to things. This leads us to grasp how the vast system of existence enveloping us is prone to many questions where science, philosophy and metaphysics converge.
Produced by Culturespaces with the assistance of the Comité Marc Chagall, and created by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto and Massimiliano Siccardi with the musical collaboration of Luca Longobardi, this new audio-visual show offers audiences a remarkable opportunity to discover the impressive oeuvre of Marc Chagall, an artist of Russian origin who obtained French nationality in 1937.
In addition to Chagall’s painted work, the show also reveals his collages, mosaics and stained glass windows, thereby illustrating the full range of Chagall’s talents. The show fills Les Carrières de Lumières with a sea of vibrant colours, characteristic of the artist’s palette, infusing the site with a poetic and particularly dynamic atmosphere.
The choice of the soundtrack accompanying the show has been guided by pianist Mikhaïl Rudy, a close friend of Marc Chagall’s. Music and images complement each other allowing audiences to revel in the majesty of the site.
Produced by Culturespaces and directed by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto and Massimiliano Siccardi, this new spectacle offers a unique opportunity to view the greatest masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance from a new perspective, scanned and projected onto the monumental quarry surfaces.
The Carrières de Lumières is the setting for masterpieces created by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Raphael between the late 15th century and early 16th century in Florence, Milan and Rome. The spectacle offers a moving face to face with portraits that display their perfection in fine detail on the quarry walls, whereas the frescoes impress as much by their monumental dimensions as by the extraordinary gallery of characters which populates them. During the show, certain details of the frescoes that normally decorate the walls and vaults of churches, villas and Italian palaces, are specially highlighted in the quarries thanks to digital technology, offering the visitor a unique opportunity to see them as never before.
With ‘Anitya’, the Bordeaux collective Organ’Phantom retraces the history of the submarine base. This work explores the various periods in the site’s history, which was initially overshadowed by the Occupation and military industry, abandoned, and then brought back to life as a cultural venue.
‘Anitya’ is a journey from the past to the present: visitors are initially immersed in a seabed and then explore the interior of a U-Boat: pipes, casing, and valves swirl around and are taken apart to the rhythm of machines in a frenzy of graphics, and are replaced by the submarine base, which is uninhabited and devoid of human activity.
Designed to be a veritable oneiric experience, the ‘POETIC – AI’ digital installation uses Artificial Intelligence in the visual creation process: the forms, light, and movement are generated by an algorithm that creates a unique and contemplative digital work.
The result is a poetic, emotional, and immersive experience, which is continuously viewable in LE STUDIO.
Thomas Blanchard and Oilhack present an original calming creation devoted to the art of macro video.
“Colours x Colours” captures the movements that occur within artistic creations, painted in acrylic paint, oil paint or soap, and provides an opportunity, thanks to a high optical magnification, to view painting and its techniques from a new perspective.
Astrophysics discoveries have always fascinated people and raise questions that may never be answered. Verse explores the role of man in this universe and highlights the beauty of the infinite space around us.
Thomas Vanz’s spectacular images demonstrate the poetic and visual beauty of the cosmos and the stars. Plunged into the impenetrable and mysterious universe, visitors are able to observe the harmonious movements of the stars to the sound of an orchestral piece composed in conjunction with Jonathan Fitas, composer and sound designer.