ARTECHOUSE, leading American innovative digital art space, opens the 2019 exhibition season with Everything in Existence by fuse*, an immersive exploration between art, science, and technological research in an attempt to find new ways to disclose human nature and the relationship between Everything in Existence.
Everything in Existence is the first North American solo exhibition for Italian artistic studio fuse* featuring some of the artists’ most important installations from the past 10 years. Exhibition will be on view at ARTECHOUSE at 1238 Maryland Ave SW, Washington DC through March 10th, 2019.
Since the origins of its research, fuse* has imagined ways of expression at the confluence of art, science, and technological research, creating new languages to discuss the human nature and create unique experiences, able to give a sense of sharing and participation.
“We try to realize projects with the idea of transmitting a sense of sharing and community. Everything in Existence is meant to bring people together in a new place with a new perception of reality, a different point of view and the feeling of being all part of something bigger, being part of everything that exists”, says Mattia Carretti, founder of fuse*.
Everything in Existence traces a line that crosses and unites the different phases of this path with four multimedia installations, leading audience to experience different perceptions of reality, while providing new points of observation to feel part of something bigger.
All of the works in the exhibition are generated by software processing data in real time whether they are derived from the interaction with the viewer (Snowfall), from social networks (Amygdala), from sound (Clepsydra) or from the software itself (Multiverse).
TIMES & HOURS:
Everything in Existence is on view to the public January 17 – March 10, 2019,
Thursday – Monday with Daytime (10a.m. – 5p.m.) admissions and Daily with Evening (5:30p.m.- 11p.m./12a.m.) admissions.
- Evening and Weekend admissions include operating bar with ARTECHOUSE’s Augmented Reality drinks.
Single and group tickets ranging from $8-15 can be reserved in advance at artechouse.com
ARTECHOUSE is located between Smithsonian and L’Enfant Plaza metro stations at 1238 Maryland Ave. SW, Washington DC just next door to the Mandarin Oriental hotel.
ARTECHOUSE, based in Washington, DC, is a first of a kind innovative art space dedicated to showcasing experiential and technology driven works by artists who are forerunners of the new age in the arts and technology. With a mission to inspire, educate, and empower the creation of new, experiential and exploratory art form, ARTECHOUSE connects audience to the arts, and stimulates interest in the limitless possibilities of technology, science and creativity. Since it’s opening in June 2017 ARTECHOUSE has welcomed over 200,000 visitors and was featured in New York Times, BBC, USA Today, National Geographic, CNN, Washington Post and numerous other national and international media outlets as the premier contemporary art space. ARTECHOUSE also houses the first in the U.S. Augmented Reality bar serving drinks activated with its free AR mobile app available on app store and google play.
Founded in 2007 by Luca Camellini and Mattia Carretti , fuse * is a group of researchers and artists involved in the creation of multimedia works and live-media performances that interlink virtual, artistic and architectural elements, exploring limitless possibilities of emerging digital technologies, while amplifying the emotional impact of narration on the viewer. The works are created to inspire people, push back the limits and seek out new interplay between light, space, sound, and movement. fuse* has always linked its activity and development to that of the community in which it operates, supporting, promoting and developing projects aimed at spreading culture and knowledge. For this purpose, it co-produces since 2016 an electronic music and digital arts festival NODE.
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