This weekend Goya’s Stage C will transform into a 360-degree micro-theater inspired by FX Network’s Legion. The theater will feature an artistic video installation and multi-sensory experiences that are meant to put viewers in the mind of the show’s protagonist, David Haller. The visual art will leave visitors questioning what is real and what is not as they are transported to a “mind-bending, reality-shifting world.”
The display was created by Marco Brambilla, a visual artist based in New York and Berlin who is known for his use of new technologies and found images.
“Our aim was to create an experience that would take the viewer through multiple levels of Haller’s altered states of schizophrenic consciousness,” the artist said, according to Awards Daily. “A flood of moments, thoughts, and memories are reflected into fragmented mirrored surfaces, these kaleidoscopic reflections completely surround us and we have the sense of assuming the characters’ psychological POV. I produced ‘Fracture’ with THE MILL, the world-renowned Visual Effects & Design Company with whom I’ve worked with many times before. Working together, we were able to achieve start-of-the-art production values for this immersive experience.”
The free exhibit will open at Goya Studios on March 30, 2018 and remain on view through April 1, 2018.
1541 N Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Friday, March 30th – 11AM – 7PM
Saturday, March 31st – 11AM – 7PM
Sunday, April 1st – 10AM – 6PM
This little planet stereographic projection of the Beijing Ancient Observatory seems apropos. Built in 1442 it is a pretelescopic observatory located in Beijing, China. Experience it in 360 with your VR headset at https://is.gd/GyTKZ3.
#beijingancientobservatory #beijing #china #astronomy #VR #VRPhotography #GoogleCardboard #GoogleDaydream #SamsungGear #360photography #360panorama #littleplanet (at Beijing Ancient Observatory)
Put on your Google Cardboard and check out the iconic bedroom from Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey”. Artist Simon Birch and architect Paul Kember collaborated to recreate the set as part of an installation entitled ‘The Barmecide Feast’ at the 14th Factory, a new art space in Los Angeles. This exhibit runs indefinitely based on demand so hurry! Keir Dullea, gone tomorrow!