Superblue, Miami’s new experiential art gallery has finally opened its doors and it’s totally mesmerizing!
Calling all art lovers! If you’re a fan of immersive, one-of-a-kind experiences we may have just found your new favorite spot. Superblue, a new, innovative experiential art center recently made its debut in the Magic City and it looks absolutely mesmerizing.
Located across the Rubell Museum, Superblue’s 50,000 square feet center is housed in several abandoned warehouses, making it one of the largest spaces for experiential art in the country. Mirror mazes, glowing sculptures, glittering lights and plenty more breathtaking installations await at this multi-sensory art gallery that puts visitors at the core of its installations.
Evocative and thought-provoking, the gallery showcases works by the world’s most innovative artists that will bring you experiences that are as meaningful as they are extraordinary.
The gallery opened its doors this past Thursday, May 20, with a tantalizing inaugural exhibition, Every Wall is a Door, featuring three new and iconic installations– a magical mirrored labyrinth by artist Es Devlin; Ganzfeld, an enveloping light-based art installation by James Turrel, famous for this kind of unique luminous installations; and a dazzling digital environment featuring ever-changing digital renderings of waterfalls and blossoming flowers by teamLab, the artists behind “Between Life and Non-Life.”
The debut also included Massless Clouds Between Sculpture and Life an additional immersive experience by teamLab that has visitors walking through the clouds¡ as well as Superblue’s Suspension Program, a rotating series of site-specific artworks that are aimed at transforming and interacting with the surrounding environment. Meadow, the first installment of the series created by DRIFT, features an upside-down landscape that “evokes the impermanence of nature and the sense of wonder that comes from being immersed in it.”
Superblue Miami is now open across the Rubell Museum from Sunday to Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Thursday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and tickets can be booked online via their website.
[Featured image: Facebook / Superblue Miami]