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Immersive Exhibition Reset 2.0
26.10.2020 21:12
Immersive Exhibition Reset 2.0

RESET 2.0 is an innovative project that combines digital and sound art, virtual reality, massage sessions, olfactory and color therapy.

      
Modern Art Centre "MARS", artist Olga Shcherbakova and design studio "WE" present a unique exhibition project RESET 2.0. The exhibition has a complex artistic structure and is ahead of any contemporary art trends.

      The aim of the project is to investigate the influence of color, sound and smell on human perception and the possibility of “resetting” the emotional state. The project helps to establish a dialogue with oneself by clicking on the invisible reset button. In each of the seven halls, visitors can get to know themselves better through interaction with art objects.

      Navigation signs and an audio guide will give details about each of the exhibits and explain how to interact with them most effectively.

      
In the new version of the exhibition, all installations have been improved, with objects of nature added to help replenish human emotional and physical resources.

      Where: Modern Art Centre "MARS" at address 5, Pushkarev Lane, Moscow.

      When: June 20, 2020 - December 31, 2020

      
Open hours: 12 pm to 10 pm




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Immersive Exhibitions Modern Art Centre Mars" Multimedia Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow  

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