The LUME: Art Installation in Indiana will let you experience a painting with all your senses
The Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields announced an upcoming art installation using almost 150 high definition projectors enabling you to walk through, smell and listen to classic artwork, Via Discover Newfields
Step into a digital world of art when THE LUME Indianapolis debuts at Newfields in June 2021. Explore the combination of great art and cutting-edge technology at its finest with floor to ceiling projections of some of the most famous paintings in the world. As the largest exhibition experience in Newfields’ 137-year history, guests will be able to walk through nearly 30,000 square feet of immersive galleries and take in breathtaking masterpieces as you explore a new multi-sensory digital world. THE LUME Indianapolis is a must-see cultural experience created by Australian-based Grande Experiences.
THE LUME Indianapolis will feature nearly 150 state-of-the-art digital projectors that can transform two-dimensional paintings into a three-dimensional world that guests can explore through all their senses. The exhibition featured in THE LUME will move far beyond the static nature of traditional art exhibitions. The LUME Indianapolis will be a new permanent attraction at Newfields, with the first year’s show featuring the breathtaking paintings of Vincent van Gogh. Friends and families of all ages are sure to enjoy the fascinating world of Van Gogh and his captivating art in a brand-new light.
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