En Voyage with Claude Monet is coming to Hong Kong's Xiqu Centre in the West Kowloon District for three months from October 27, and it will be the exhibition’s first time in the city.
This 36-minute immersive experience takes visitors into the impressionist artist’s paintings, which are animated and enhanced by light and sound designs by Belgian digital art studio Dirty Monitor.
The exhibition features a few spaces. In the immersive room, Monet’s masterpieces, such as Impression, Soleil Levant (1872), which were created during his time in Paris, London, the Netherlands and Norway, are animated and projected in 360 degrees for a truly enveloping experience. Visitors can sit on the iconic lilac field from Springtime (1872) or take a stroll with the Madame Monet from The Woman with Parasol (1875).