CLEVELAND — After selling out in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York, a one-of-a-kind digital art exhibit has made its way to Ohio.
What You Need To Know
- Interactive Van Gogh uses state-of-the-art technology, theatrical storytelling and world-class animation.
- It features 400 images of Van Gogh's art
- The exhibit is open in Cleveland and will open in Columbus in October
Immersive Van Gogh transports visitors into the works of artist Vincent Van Gogh using state-of-the-art technology, theatrical storytelling and world-class animation.
The original exhibit is the latest creation by Italian film producer Massimiliano Siccardi whose work was recently highlighted in the Netflix series “Emily in Paris.”
“We have over 400 images of Van Gogh's art that we licensed from museums around the world,” said producer Corey Ross. “Then Siccardi deconstructs them, animates them and then maps them to the walls inside the building where we are showing the exhibit.”
The new approach to looking at Van Gogh's work allows visitors to walk through the exhibit as the art moves around them. The exhibit also includes a loose narrative, which takes visitors inside the mind of Van Gogh using more than 60,000 frames of video and more than 500,000 cubic feet of projections.
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