Taking over the never previously occupied boiler room space beneath Chelsea Market’s main concourse, the digital art space houses the most technologically advanced art platform in the world. This latest installation is an audio visual journey into both the known and unknown by Japanese multi-media artist Shohei Fujimoto.
This multi-sensory installation highlights the connection between living beings and inanimate objects through patterns created by the rhythms found in repetitiveness and modularity of the world around us. The results are dramatic, visceral inviting guests to exist in a space and time all its own, for the duration of the visit. There's also an “augmented reality bar” serving Intangible Forms inspired drinks. Tickets from $17.