Immersive Media Art
An exhibition that offers a fully immersive and unique artistic experience through artworks and music
Surrounded by artworks
An exhibition where space and art come together to present visitors with a unique artistic experience
Immersive Media Art of France is an exhibition that offers visitors a unique artistic experience. The moment you enter the exhibition hall, you are immediately surrounded by dozens of beam projectors and speakers, becoming completely immersed in the artworks and music of masters. As you move freely around the halls, you can experience becoming one with the art around you.
Paris, France “Atelier des Lumières”Atelier des Lumières
Atelier des Lumières opened its doors in 2018 at an old iron foundry in the 11th arrondissement of Paris.
Within six months of its opening in April 2018, it enjoyed tremendous popularity by welcoming more than a million visitors, and since then has been attracting people from all over the world.
Les Baux-de-Provence, France "Carrières des Lumières"Carrières des Lumières
Immersive Media Art®, which was first introduced in France in 2012, was used as an efficient tool for urban regeneration projects, contributing to the revitalization of local economies by resurrecting buildings that had lost their purpose, such as abandoned factories and schools, into art spaces within a short period of time and at low costs.
For example, the population of Les Baux-de-Provence plummeted to 15,000 after its quarry was shut down in 1935. Then in 2012, the closed quarry cave was chosen as the site for the Immersive Media Art® project and the launching of Carrières des Lumières. Since then, it has been transformed into a tourist city attracting about 600,000 visitors annually (as of 2016).
Bordeaux, France "Bassins des Lumières"Bassins des Lumières
Bassins des Lumières, the world’s largest digital center, opened in 2020. Located at Bordeaux’s old submarine base, Bassins des Lumières presents monumental exhibitions for leading artists.
The area of the submarine base is three times that of Carrières des Lumières, and five times that of Atelier des Lumières.