Klimt’s universal art comes to Quito with a revolutionary immersive experience

Klimt’s universal art comes to Quito with a revolutionary immersive experience
Klimt’s universal art comes to Quito with a revolutionary immersive experience

Quito welcomes an immersive exhibition that combines art and technology that brings the world of Gustav Klimt to the Exhibition Center with laser projections, augmented reality and artificial intelligence.

Quito prepares to receive a innovative exhibition which promises to bring universal art closer to its inhabitants in an unprecedented way.

Thanks to new laser projection technologies, artificial intelligence y augmented realitythe world of Gustav Klimt will come to life at the Quito Exhibition Center.

This combination of technology and art seeks to offer a particular experience, where each visitor can feel that is part of the workswalking through its landscapes and observing every detail, every look and every gesture of its portraits.

One of the most anticipated attractions is the presentation of moving images on a large scale, which will transform the space into a magical and immersive place. These projections will allow you to enjoy the elegance and suggestive sensuality characteristics of the works by Klimt.

In addition, artificial intelligence will play a crucial role in this exhibition, digitally restoring Klimt’s works that were destroyed during the Second World WarThese images, coloured by AI, will provide a new perspective and appreciation of Klimt’s mastery.

This sample is a open invitation so that Quito residents can enjoy an explosion of color and immerse themselves in the art of Gustav Klimt, living an enriching experience that combines tradition and technology.

Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) was a Austrian symbolist painter, representatives of the modernist movement of the Viennese Secession. Klimt painted canvases and murals in a highly ornate personal style, and found a source of inspiration in the female body. ‘The Kiss’ is his best-known work.

 
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