Multimedia artist Chris Cheung and his creative team (collectively known as XEX) have just debuted their impressive audiovisual installation, titled Prismverse, in Shanghai, China for Dr.Jart+. The installation invites visitors to enter a energetic playground for the senses, as they’re met with what seems to be an infinite number of geometric mirrors. Essentially, it’s like walking into a giant gem.
The concept of Prismverse was inspired by the way in which light is augmented through the multi-faceted cone of a brilliant cut diamond. The use of prisms reveals the spectral nature of white light, showering the space in a feast of rainbow hues. The audience is treated to a complete sensory immersion through the use of multi-directional speakers, LED floor panels, and prismatic mirror-walls.
Scroll down to see stills of the spectacular installation, as well as a video of Prismverse in motion.
XEX’s Prismverse installation dazzles audiences with a kaleidoscopic audiovisual experience.
Galaxies, stars, and gemstones are invoked throughout the illuminated cave-like structure.
Check out Prismverse in action:
My Modern Met granted permission to use photos by Chris Cheung / XEX.
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