Parallel Universe Exhibition at ARTECHOUSE, DC


When: Thursday, January 18 - Sunday, March 4, 2018
Daytime, Thursdays - Mondays @ 10AM -  5PM
Evenings daily for 21+ @ 5:30PM - 11PM

Hot Spot: ARTECHHOUSE, Washington, DC

Deets: Immerse in a psychedelic, eye-of-the-storm experience of whirling fractals and light beams as ARTECHOUSE presents Parallel Universe by Ouchhh!

Visually and aurally mesmerizing, Parallel Universe is the first solo retrospective exhibit for an internationally acclaimed Turkish art studio Ouchhh. Comprised of four installations, three world travelled and one created in collaboration with ARTECHOUSE specially for this show, it is a hypnotic and immersive multi-sensory experience unlike anything.

The 3D motion mapped projections and light installations draw inspiration from science, mathematics and even astrology. They explore representations of nature and the reconstruction of space through new digital media. 
"From an endless vortex of corkscrew-shaped fractals one minute to a net-like membrane to noodle-like coils the next, the seamless transformations exercise a hypnotic hold—glance away momentarily and you’ll miss one." - The Architect's Newspaper
"Desert topography gets warped into a spiraling audiovisual experience" - Creators Vice

As you step into the exhibit, you'll be plunged into darkness while a mapping of circular, geometric and continuous transformations plays out to the tune of an eerily pulsating soundtrack. 

Hint For The Average Socialite: Parallel Universe exhibition is on view January 18 through March 4 with daily Evening (5:30p.m.-11p.m./12a.m.) admission for 21 + and Thu-Mon Daytime (10a.m. - 5p.m.) admissions for Ages 12+* > Buy tickets

DISCLOSURE: Exhibition is not recommended for individuals with a family or personal history of epilepsy, anxiety, claustrophobia, migraines, heart conditions, a history of seizures, and/or sensitivity to flashing lights. Exhibition includes footage that has been identified by epilepsy action to potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Exhibition is highly immersive and parts of the installation use haze and strong lighting effects. View discretion is advised.

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