Artechouse: Intangible Forms
Artechouse reopens to the public with Intangible Forms, a kinetic audio-visual laser performance and installation by Japanese multimedia artist Shohei Fujimoto, whose run was cut short after only 10 days in mid-March.
Intangible Forms offers an educational opportunity for those interested in the world of lasers and optics, as well as a thoroughly modern interpretation of the ancient art of meditation. The soundscapes of the exhibition are inspired by the powerful quiet of the Shinto Shrine in the mountains in Japan, where every sound and feeling around you can be amplified, triggering a deeper sense of humanity in ourselves.
For a limited time, tickets purchased online in advance will receive $5 off.
Monday - Thursday 12pm to 8pm
Friday - Sunday 10am to 10pm
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