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Van Gogh Comes to Life: A Review of the Interactive Exhibit Coming to Brighton

Van Gogh Alive is an immersive art experience that has been taking place in various cities around the world. This unique exhibition brings the art of Vincent Van Gogh to life through the use of digital technology. The experience is coming to Brighton Dome from Friday 12th May - Sunday 6th August 2023 (tickets on sale now).

Van Gogh Alive Brighton

Van Gogh Alive is a multi-sensory experience that allows visitors to immerse themselves in the world of Van Gogh. The exhibition features over 3,000 images of Van Gogh’s artworks, which are projected onto walls, floors, and even ceilings. Visitors can walk through the exhibition and interact with the artwork, which is accompanied by a specially curated soundtrack.

One of the highlights of the exhibition is the “Sunflowers Room”, which features a collection of Van Gogh’s famous sunflower paintings. Visitors can walk through the room and experience the paintings in a new and interactive way. Another popular feature of the exhibition is the “Starry Night Room”, which brings Van Gogh’s iconic painting to life through a mesmerising digital display.

Van Gogh Sunflowers

Van Gogh Alive is not just a visual experience – it is also a learning experience. The exhibition features interactive displays that provide information about Van Gogh’s life and work, as well as the techniques he used to create his masterpieces. Visitors can learn about the inspiration behind Van Gogh’s art, his struggles with mental health, and the legacy he left behind.

The exhibition has been a hit globally, with many praising the immersive experience and the opportunity to see Van Gogh’s artwork in a new light. The exhibition has also been praised for its accessibility, with features such as audio guides and tactile displays making it accessible to visitors with disabilities.

Van Gogh Alive

In conclusion, Van Gogh Alive is a unique and unforgettable experience that brings the art of Vincent Van Gogh to life through the use of digital technology. The exhibition is a must-see for art lovers and anyone looking for a multi-sensory experience that will leave a lasting impression.

**Please note that the exhibitions visit to the Brighton Dome has been delayed due to work being performed to the Dome to ensure safety. In light of this, Van Gogh Alive has been extended until the 3rd September**


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