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Gustav Klimt – immersive exhibition at The Atelier des Lumières

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The Atelier des Lumières uses a unique process, AMIEX®, enabling an immersive art and music experience thanks to “dematerializing” works and broadcasting on 140 video-projectors and a spatial audio (50 Nexo speakers with controlled directivity), for immersive exhibitions like Imagine Van Gogh at La Villette. This process, used in the Carrières de Lumières in Baux-de-Provence, takes us to another world. The success, already granted, bolstered the teams to set up in Paris after 5 exhibitions and 3 million visitors in 5 years.

The first exhibition to experience in Paris, devoted to Gustav Klimt, is magnificent: over 3000 moving pictures with the most famous elements of the Austrian painter’s paintings for a 30-minute light and sound show.

We cross over 100 years of Viennese painting through Gustav Klimt’s pictorial work (1862-1918) evolving around 6 “scenes” lasting 5 minutes each, where paintings are decomposed with the characters coming out of their frame, it’s hard to explain

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