Flutter is a funhouse, a 15-room installation gallery sharing a common theme called “play-date,” with artists using media ranging from VR, painting and sculpture to audio, projection and motion mapping. For example, “Illusion” by Laia Cabrera and Isabelle Duverger, a mirrored floor and ceiling interactive space which is flooded with bubble or fire patterns, forming shadows that move in sync with the viewer.
“We were working with designers on coding to be able to have this organic and very natural relationship,” Cabrera tells L.A. Weekly. “We’re connecting a sophisticated system to make it really immersive and develop the feeling that everything is connected and you can navigate anywhere.”
Curated by Karen Robinovitz, with stellar lighting design by Jordie Turner, Flutter is partnered with Born This Way Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering youth, co-founded by Lady Gaga and her mother, Cynthia Germanotta.
217 S. La Brea, Fairfax; through November; $28. flutterexperience.com.
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