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Immersive Klimt opens in Toronto October 18


TORONTO, ON, September 30, 2021 – Running at Lighthouse Immersive from October 18 – November 28, Immersive Klimt is created by Italy’s Massimiliano Siccardi, the same world-famous master digital art master who created the hugely popular Immersive Van Gogh.

For 30 years Siccardi has been pioneering immersive exhibits in Europe. His Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit, held recently in Toronto and also produced by Lighthouse Immersive has been seen by over 3 million visitors in North America.

Immersive Klimt Toronto at Lighthouse Immersive, runs from
Oct. 18 – Nov. 28, photo by Terry Lankstead

A rebel, genius and legend – Gustav Klimt explored and expressed colours, shapes and patterns without inhibition or limitation. And now you can wander right inside his electrifying world and be swept away!

Immersive Klimt features a half a million cubic feet of brilliant projections, 60,600 frames of video and 90 million pixels, combined with an incredibly mood driven and complementing soundscape, it is truly a wondrous immersive look into the creative genius of Klimt.

Immersive Klimt Toronto at Lighthouse Immersive, runs from
Oct. 18 – Nov. 28, photo by Terry Lankstead

From the streets of Imperial Vienna to the natural world of water lilies, vibrant blooms and mermaids, to the late-19th-century Austrian artist’s acclaimed ‘Golden Phase.’ Which for this Modernist artist meant the addition of glittering gold leaf within some of his artworks. Immersive Klimt invites visitors to lose themselves in the vivid imagery and bold colours!

Immersive Klimt Toronto at Lighthouse Immersive, runs from
Oct. 18 – Nov. 28, photo by Terry Lankstead

Klimt was part of the Art Nouveau movement in the early 1900s reflecting the vibrancy of city life, through flat decorative patterns, plant motifs and the female form.

The immersive digital journey will transport visitors through the evolution of Gustav Klimt as an artist. There will be thousands of hand-drawn sketches along with some of his master works including his most famous work, “The Kiss,” as well as “Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I,” and “The Tree of Life.”

Lighthouse Immersive

Located at 1 Yonge Street, Lighthouse Immersive was founded in 2019 by Toronto-based producers, Corey Ross and Svetlana Dvoretsky and Toronto-based developer – Slava Zheleznyakov. Lighthouse Immersive is the first experiential entertainment multi-plex, aiming to cultivate community and creativity through large-scale events and exhibitions of all art forms.

Immersive Klimt Toronto at Lighthouse Immersive, runs from
Oct. 18 – Nov. 28, photo by Terry Lankstead

COVID-19 Safety Measures for Immersive Klimt including Mandatory face masks

To ensure your safety, and based on guidance from the Public Health Agency of Canada and other government agencies, the Immersive Klimt walk-in exhibition will operate with enhanced safety measures including:

• Reduced capacity in line with state guidelines, to ensure all guests have enough space to safely enjoy the experience
• COVID-19 screening questionnaire for all staff and guests
• Touchless hand sanitization stations placed throughout the venue
• Plexiglass barriers at all payment locations
• Contactless payment is encouraged throughout the venue
• Floor markings throughout the venue to assist in six-foot social distancing limit
• Social distancing circles projected throughout the entire exhibition gallery space
• Enhanced, regular cleaning throughout the day
• Contact tracing for all staff and guests

Fabric or disposable face masks that cover both, chin and nose are required for all staff and guests.

Masks are mandatory for everyone except persons who are reasonably accommodated by not wearing one in accordance with Toronto By-Law 541-2020 and arranged in advance via email. Arrangements must be made with Immersive Klimt prior to attending the exhibit!

For ticket information visit immersiveklimt.com

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