Tbilisi Digital Space
Step into the future of art and culture with the mesmerizing realm of “Art in Digital Format.” This cutting-edge concept seamlessly blends technology and culture, captivating audiences of all ages and preferences.
The first art digital museum in Georgia was opened in 2019, and since then the space has received many visitors at various thematic exhibitions. The virtual landscape of the museum unfolds into four distinctive spaces, each promising a unique and immersive experience.
Embark on a journey through the main hall, where a captivating Digital Exhibition unfolds across an expansive 850 sq.m space. Dive into ongoing exhibitions that explore the cosmos and the enchanting underwater world, creating a total sensory experience.
Step into the Mirror Room, a visual marvel adorned with thousands of color LED dots, housed within an infinity mirror powered by advanced AI technology. This enchanting space is a testament to the museum’s commitment to pushing artistic boundaries.
Explore the Georgian Room, where Tbilisi Digital Space not only shines as an innovator in the realm of art but also makes its mark on the film industry. The museum’s cinema hall proudly features three Georgian films, seamlessly dubbed with the latest technology, a groundbreaking first for Georgia. Experience these cinematic gems in the immersive Screen X standard, setting new benchmarks for film presentation.
Don’t miss the chance to step into the world of Van Gogh‘s Bedroom, a meticulous reconstruction of the artist’s second painting. Tbilisi Digital Space brings this iconic masterpiece to life, offering visitors a rare glimpse into the intricate details of Van Gogh’s creative sanctuary.
Tbilisi Digital Space is not just a museum; it’s a portal to the future of art and entertainment. Immerse yourself in a digital wonderland that redefines artistic expression and technological innovation. Plan your visit today and unlock the boundless possibilities of the digital art universe.
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