BERLIN BLUE art is hosting Synthesis Gallery with its official opening show: Marc Lee will premiere "Same but Different". Marc Lee will present a new exclusive work for Synthesis Gallery: "Same but Different" along with "Non Place", through the use of beam projectors, multiple VR stations and tablet.

Marc Lee’s works, which focus on real-time processed, computer programmed audio and visual installations, have been shown in major museums and new media art exhibitions across the world including: ZKM - Karlsruhe, New Museum - New York, Transmediale - Berlin, Museum of Modern Art – Shangai, HeK - Basel, MMCA – Seoul, Ars Electronica – Linz.

Synthesis is an immersive blend of technology and art displayed under one roof, showcasing cutting-edge experiences by new wave artists and visionaries through virtual reality. We are a space to experience and experiment with the state between dream and reality. Pieces are displayed through different media. Tangible and traditional artforms intermingle with Oculus and Hive headsets. Submerge into the unchartered. Focus on the abstract. Reevaluate reality.

Tue-Sun 11am-7pm
Opening Party: 05.04.2018, 6– 9pm
Suggested Admission: 5€
Appointments are strongly encouraged, please send an email to giorgio@synthesis.gallery to schedule yours.

Please note: In order to reduce waiting time and in an effort to provide audience with the best possible experience, Synthesis Gallery kindly asks its visitors to schedule an appointment for the opening day here: https://doodle.com/poll/ehf3kvhc2668qa6e

Thu, 5 Apr, 10.00h18.00h
5 Apr 201823 Apr 2018

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