Artechouse will open in South Beach, Miami this November combining art and technology.
The museum brings art, science, and technology together to simulate the senses of visitors. Guests at Artechouse are encouraged to interact with the exhibits.
Cofounders Sandro Kereselidze and Tatiana Pastukhova opened their first Artechouse in D.C. a year and a half ago. Six months after that, they opened the Albuquerque space.
Pastukhova said: “Miami’s art culture has really flourished in recent decades. We saw it as an opportunity for a place like Artechouse, where we can open up the dialogue about the future of the arts and introduce people to the arts and technology.
“There are multiple ways of examining the relationship between art, science, and technology. Our focus is the use of technology in the creation of the new-media art.
“Living in a highly digital world, our lives are becoming more and more inseparable from the use of technology.”
French digital artists Adrien Mondot and Claire Bardainne will feature in the exhibition “XYZT: Abstract Landscapes.” The exhibition includes kinetic sand, clouds that take on your appearance, and abstract landscapes.
Pastukhova said: “With Artechouse in Miami, we hope to further our mission in educating about the possibilities of creating with technology, continue in empowering the artists in using new tools, and inspiring the new generation. With each new city, our curatorial team will focus on showcasing art and experiences that resonate with the city it’s in.”
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art recently created a huge shared AR experience inspired by the art of Rene Magritte. Other art experiences enabled by technology include Meow Wolf, teamLab and Atelier.
Last week, The Unreal Garden opened in San Francisco. The experiential space has created a consumer, multiuser, mixed-reality art experience.
Image and videos courtesy of Artechouse