Es Devlin, Forest of Us, 2021 at Superblue Miami. Photography: Andrea Mora

Miami’s newest art space Superblue is throwing open its doors with an immersive inaugural exhibition Every Wall is a Door – which includes new works by a trio of big-name artists and designers.

Ticket-holders can experience giant digital flowers blooming on walls, courtesy of teamLAB, as well as one of James Turrell’s Ganzfield works – which immerse viewers in solid colour. His installations have been known to provoke sensory deprivation as well as hallucinations.

Es Devlin has also designed a new piece for the exhibition, laying out a two-storey mirror maze inspired by the bronchi of the lungs and the branches of trees.

Superblue is located in a 50,000 sq ft industrial building in Miami’s Allapattah neighbourhood and has been established as a home for large-scale, experiential art projects. Every Wall is a Door will be on display until at least 2022, with tickets set to go on sale soon.

Photography: Moris Moreno. Rendering: countesy Superblue Miami

 

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