The Unidisplay by Carsten Nicolai installation makes an artistic statement that highlights vast spacial perception.
The installation is located in the in Milanese Hangar Bicocca, a large spanning space that is ideal for this blend of design, architecture and multi-sensory art. German artist Carsten Nicolai boasts a larger-than-life black background that creates an ideal canvas for the video projections of this piece.
"Like in his other works, image and sound work together in creating an abstract landscape that surrounds visitors, trying to bring them closer to the infinite," says Frame Magazine of this creation. Unidisplay by Carsten Nicolai forces the viewer to analyze the idea of space and become more aware of perceiving the universe as vast and never-ending.
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