Art, News I 26.01.23 I by

Shohei Fujimoto’s Intangible forms take over ARTECHOUSE in Washington DC

What does it mean to be human? An immersive art and tech experience at Washington DC’s ARTECHOUSE interrogates the question through a series of intangible light and south installations this winter that tests the boundaries of human perception.

Japanese AV artist Shohei Fujimoto is behind the multi-sensory exhibition, Intangible Forms. His practice probes the boundaries of time and space through the use of coded operations, capturing data and facts behind phenomena and shapes.

For Intangible Spaces, Fujimoto combines this data with kinetic lasers and moving lights, strobes, haze and hypnotic soundscapes to create a series of immersive, repetitive environments. These immersive settings prick the senses, inviting viewers to question what is real as perceptions of time and space fall away.

Tickets for Intangible Forms are $25 for general admission (concessions and family passes are available), and the show runs until 5 March 2023.

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