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Wednesday, November 1
6 PM, Doors open, cash bar and refreshments
7 PM, Screening and artist talk
Einstein Planetarium, National Air and Space Museum
Immerse yourself in the mind-blowing cosmic experience of German visual artist and composer Ulf Langheinrich’s digital projection, Hemisphere, and then hear from the artist behind the stimulating installation. A once in a lifetime opportunity to see a monumental work of art in the Air and Space Planetarium, Hemisphere turns the entire 77-foot domed projection theater into an immersive space filled with light and sound. Langheinrich bases his work on the technique of “granular synthesis,” which fuses video and sound so that images, music and time become one extraordinary work beyond a single dimension. Hemisphere promises to be a meditative, mesmerizing journey in perception, an aesthetic statement on a vast and overwhelming scale.
Before the program begins, mingle with friends at a pre-event reception that starts at 6 p.m., featuring light refreshments and a cash bar.
This program takes place at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC. Doors will open at 6 p.m. Please enter the Museum via the Independence Ave & 6th Street door. The Mall side of the Museum will be closed.
This program has been made possible with generous support from the Embassy of Germany.
Looking for more Hemisphere? The National Air and Space Museum will have encore screenings as part of their Found in Space event November 4. Buy tickets here.