After enormous success interstate and internationally, Van Gogh Alive, the world’s most immersive, multi-sensory art experience, is coming to Adelaide.
The art exhibition uses the latest audio-visual technology to transport viewers inside Van Gogh’s masterpieces. Visitors to new sturcture The Grand Pavilion will be surrounded by a vibrant symphony of light, colour, sound and fragrance as his greatest paintings come to life.
The Grand Pavilion is a specially designed and constructed 25,000 square foot immersive gallery that will be situated in North Adelaide. It will take six weeks to build.
Van Gogh Alive will be a part of the upcoming Illuminate Adelaide festival, and is a completely COVID-safe that is perfect for the whole family. Van Gogh’s works have been displayed and enjoyed around the world for over a century – but never like this.
Presented by Lexus, created by Grande Experiences and produced by Andrew Kay in association with BBC Studios and Alex Fane, tVan Gogh Alive is definitely something not to miss.
“We are excited to bring Bruce Peterson’s Van Gogh Alive to Adelaide to be part of the first Illuminate Adelaide. Van Gogh Alive has visited over 65 cities and is undoubtedly the world’s most popular multi-sensory art experience. We are thrilled that Adelaide will be the first leg of its 2 year multi-city tour” Andrew Kay says.
“The vibrancy of Van Gogh, his fabulous collision of order and chaos and his mastery of colour makes designing immersive environments in his wake a thrilling task,” shares Anna Cordingley, Designer of the Grand Pavilion Foyers and Immersive Spaces.
“Our Grand Pavilion is a celebration of his renowned Sunflowers, his Starry Night, his Cafe Terrace at Night, his Bedroom in Arles and many more. It is an environment designed to delight the senses and entice even the harshest critic to settle back and enjoy!”
You can secure your tickets now at the Van Gogh Alive website.
For more information on Illuminate Adelaide, check out our article about it here.