This New Chelsea Market Art Installation Is Like A Trippy Red Laser Show

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This New Chelsea Market Art Installation Is Like A Trippy Red Laser Show

Digital art space ARTECHOUSE unveiled their latest installation in their Chelsea Market exhibition area on March 3, and it transports New Yorkers to a magical world of shimmering red.

The latest multi-sensory installation is by Japanese multimedia artist Shohei Fujimoto and is called “Intangible Forms.” 

A press release explains that the abstract exhibit “reveals to the viewer the elaborate and invisible systems that underlie our reality, making visible the powerful forces that shape our every moment.” Apparently, Fujimoto is inspired by the actual mathematical coding that makes the light display possible while he creates his works. 

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ARTECHOUSE is thrilled to bring him [Shohei Fujimoto] to New York this season and we invite everyone to come with an open mind, because Fujimoto’s works are not meant to explained, but experienced,” shared Sandro Kereselidze, ARTECHOUSE founder and Chief Creative Officer.

The installation is open Sunday through Thursday from 10am to 10pm, and Friday and Saturday from 10am to 11pm. And it’s located in the former boiler room of Chelsea Market.

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Tickets also include access to the “first-of-its-kind-in-the-United-States Augmented Reality bar,” which adds to the multi-sensory experience with drinks inspired by the exhibit (we’re guessing in cherry red). Find out more on their website here.

It is on display through April 19.  

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