Scanlines is the first of its kind: a comprehensive group exhibition with an education focus that surveys the heritage of new media art in Australia since the 1980’s. Go behind the scenes! A groundbreaking interactive exhibition design puts history at your fingertips: access video interviews with the artists and studio tours from the comfort of the gallery.
The Scanlines exhibition is an exciting journey through time and includes rare early works and well-known favourites by our best-known Australian contemporary artists.
We live in an age where endless entertainment options exist at our fingertips, yet we still have a real need to get out of the house and share new experiences with our friends and family. At THE VOID you will walk into new dimensions and experience worlds without limits. From fighting intergalactic wars on alien planets, to casting spells in the darkest of dungeons, THE VOID presents the Future of Entertainment. Only limited by imagination, our advanced Virtual-Reality technologies allow you to see, move, and feel our digital worlds in a completely immersive and realistic way. Our Virtual Entertainment Centers (VECs) are coming to major cities throughout North and South America, Asia, Europe and Australia. More than watching a movie or playing a game … in THE VOID you will live an adventure.
IFTF’s Future Gallery presents the work of multidisciplinary artists who engage with temporality through new media tools and creative approaches to design and aesthetic production. Our rotating exhibits relate to the same futures themes that we approach through our research and labs, from the future of cities and technology to human identity, to inspire all of us to think differently about the future. Visit our Future Gallery 201 Hamilton Avenue in Palo Alto, California to see our latest installations!
When The Broad museum opens on September 22, 2015, this artwork will be a part of the inaugural installation.
Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room—The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away, a mirror-lined chamber housing a dazzling and seemingly endless LED light display, will be featured in the inaugural installation. This experiential artwork on the museum’s first floor has limited capacity, accommodating one visitor at a time for approximately 45 seconds, and will require a separate free timed ticket, which general admission ticket holders will be able to reserve after arrival at the museum.