The ‘Mona Lisa’ Is the Next Big Immersive Experience #ArtTuesday
Visiting the Mona Lisa IRL can be somewhat underwhelming. Its crowded, hard to get close and surprisingly small. This might make it a great fit for an expanded immersive experience. More people will be able to interact with the essence of the Mona Lisa in a potentially more intimate way. Via Hypebest:
With the rise of digital art mediums like NFTs, the Grand Palais has developed an experiential art initiative called the Grand Palais Immersif, solely dedicated to expanding multimedia exhibitions, emphasizing its dedication to the emergence of sensory, digital art. The Grand Palais website describes the exhibition as “an experience as close as possible to the painting, its details and its history,” gesturing to the boundless cultural dialogue surrounding Leonardo da Vinci’s elusive beauty.
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