VAN GOGH exhibit called ‘Distorsion’ – A new immersive exhibition created in Montreal – Pre sale of tickets

VAN GOGH exhibit

VAN GOGH exhibit – Announcing a world premiere: OASIS immersion, Canada’s largest permanent immersive destination, joins forces with Montreal’s creative studio Normal Studio and Canadian producer Paquin Entertainment Group to present VAN GOGH – Distorsion, opening April 28, 2022 at Palais des congrès de Montréal. This one-of-a-kind event promises to be one of the most striking immersive exhibitions ever presented on Van Gogh’s masterpieces, largely due to the talent of local Québec creative minds and the high-level technological environment of OASIS immersion.

Van Goah exhibit

Continuing the worldwide phenomenon resulting from the union of the immersive medium and the Dutch-born painter’s work, the exhibition offers a bright and colourful journey through more than 225 paintings, drawings and sketches. VAN GOGH exhibit – Distorsion marks a parallel between the recognition of the artist, the posterity of his work and the perspective of a more harmonious tomorrow as a legacy to future generations.

Van Gogh exhibit

Lasting 65 minutes, this new Montreal-created immersive exhibition offers a contemporary look at Van Gogh’s opus and imagines what he could have achieved with today’s technology, combining digital creativity and media.

Working their way through three immersive galleries with 360-degree projections – walls and floors, equipped with 105 laser projectors and 119 surround-sound speakers – visitors will enjoy a moving sensory experience that celebrates this larger-than-life pioneer, allowing them to connect with his paintings on the newly installed interactive floor in the main OASIS immersion gallery.

Following the success of the RECHARGER/Unwind immersive exhibition on display since October 2021, OASIS immersion will offer a double-header. As part of the “RECHARGER DJ evenings”, time slots will be available to (re)visit this critically acclaimed exhibition.

Ecosystem simulation, sublimated science, floral poetry, fusion between technology and organic matter, acidic fractals, tribute to the emotional rolling of the tides… an entire sensory universe is presented in ten energizing works created by some of the most prominent artists in the digital arts, both from Québec and around the world.

Note that a 25% discount is offered on the combined purchase of tickets for both exhibitions.

Tours with limited places will be available every 20 minutes.
Because of its size and the configuration of the experience, the OASIS immersion space promotes social distancing and allows for a non-contact visit in a very well-ventilated environment. For the safety of visitors and staff, OASIS immersion has implemented sanitary measures in accordance with government guidelines and in line with the Palais Reopening Operating Guide to Running Events with Safety Standards (PROGRESS).
The OASIS immersion project and the VAN GOGH – Distorsion exhibition are made possible thanks to the support of strategic partners such as the Ministère du Tourisme du Québec, Investissement Québec, Palais des congrès de Montréal and Tourisme Montréal.

Purchase pre-sale tickets here.

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