06.07.2022 – 31.07.2022
Pathway 3: Horizons VR will give you access to all exhibits offered by PHI. Start the pathway at Centre PHI with Horizons VR, a presentation of four award-winning virtual reality pieces. Each of these stories will plunge you into a unique world bursting with different subjects including, among others, interpersonal relationships, memory, and neurodiversity.
On the same floor, you’ll continue the pathway in Centre PHI by exploring Marco Brambilla’s immersive experience Heaven’s Gate. This work is inspired by the seven cardinal sins and is presented through extracts from cult classic movies. The famous videographer intended to show that the popular culture of today is overloaded and that we live in a society of consumption and excess.
Once your immersion in Brambilla’s digital world is over, head over to the ground floor of Centre PHI to enjoy INVERSE, the free summer exhibit. This documentary directed by Nicolas Jenkins and co-presented by Montreal Pride Festival depicts a portrait of the queer communities of New York with the participation of around forty participants.
End the pathway with the amazing Infinity Mirrored Rooms by Yayoi Kusama. This popular contemporary artist is known the world over for their perception-twisting experience giving the impression of being in an infinite space. Kusama is obsessed with the immensity of the cosmic world, and during this exhibit, you’ll be able to contemplate the place of humans within the universe.
Cost: $38 - Get your ticket here
Location: Centre PHI and PHI Foundation
• Horizons VR
• Marco Brambilla: Heaven's Gate
• Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrored Rooms (second part of the exhibit only - must reserve your spot by calling 514 225-0525 after purchasing your ticket)
Centre PHI, Saint-Paul Street West, Montreal, QC, Canada