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art25.SPACE / Fidschi’s Space

Hypnotic-poetic video installation

A journey through time, memory and space as well as the immersion in the abstract endlessness of the past, present and future. Trapped and yet so free, as if in a dream. This is how artist Betty Mü describes her audiovisual installation “FIDSCHI’S SPACE”, which was shown for the first time in 2019 at Botanikum / Munich. The viewer is part of the installation and stands in the middle of a videotaped and ever-mirroring space. The mind-expanding effect detaches the visitor from his primary reality and draws him into the depths of a psychedelic sensory world.

Location

Botanikum Munich

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Exhibition, Interactive, Videomapping