Washington D.C.-based Artechouse expanded to Miami Beach in time for holiday company and tourists. A couple founded the for-profit concept to specialize in art exhibits that incorporate technology and give artists working in this sphere a much-needed platform that traditional museums haven’t properly addressed. Rotating, large-scale art installations mesmerize viewers of all ages with their light shows, custom sound components and cool digital effects, which are often interactive. For the premiere show here, they chose French digital artists Adrien M and Claire B’s “XYZT: Abstract Landscape.” The immersive, 45-minute experience presents 10 interactive, virtual settings. Inspired by nature, sand and grass transform into abstract shapes, letters and particles with the wave of a hand. Another space operates in New Mexico, with a Manhattan location slated for 2019.
736 Collins Avenue; artechouse.com