Visual Artist Weirdcore Opens Surreal ‘Airport of the Future’ Exhibition

United kingdom artist Weirdcore – the mastermind at the rear of Aphex Twin’s hypnotic visuals – has introduced a new exhibition in Beijing. The sprawling 7-home display, titled ORIENT FLUX, is using location at @T-10 on the fourth ground of the city’s SKP-S division keep.

The multisensory exhibition expenditures by itself as a “singular voyage via time and space”. It welcomes viewers to acquire section in a collection of immersive audio-visual activities, which are all set within just an imagined airport of the long term. Featuring music path from Goooooose and 33EMYBW, together with imaginative course, style and generation by Kennedy London, the rooms contain an ambient “departure lounge”, a conceptual take on the protection queue “maze”, and a boarding gate demarcated with infinity mirrors and blinking floor lights. In the final section, website visitors are informed to board the “TRANS-AEON EXPRESS”: an illusory bullet train that can take you on a kaleidoscopic journey via China’s heritage.

ORIENT FLUX attracts its inspiration from 1970s and 80s sci-fi, as very well as surrealism, up to date surveillance society and time vacation. Like a great deal of Weirdcore’s other work, the present is a a few-dimensional electronic knowledge containing a combination of stay visuals, coding, motion graphics and movie. It is a signature design that has observed him safe a ten-yr inventive partnership with Aphex Twin, as very well as collaborations with Radiohead, Tame Impala, M.I.A., and Charlie XCX.

ORIENT FLUX is at the 4th ground of Beijing’s SKP-S keep, until January 24 2021. Tickets are available here.