BRIDGEPORT — The Zhou B Art Center will celebrate its 13th anniversary Friday with a new "multi-sense" exhibit that will consider the future of art.
The new show entitled "Inception" will open at 7 p.m. Friday in the art center at 1029 W. 35th St. After 13 years of helping to transform the local art scene, the art center opens the new show that will incorporate many artistic disciplines and technologies that will address how art will be made and consumed in the future.
Video artist Edward Yang and fashion designer Agnieszka Kulon will collaborate for an immersive experience in a minimalist, futuristic space, Michael Zhou, executive director of the center, said in a statement.
The show is a prologue to the Zhou brothers' "The TimeGate" project in Beijing that incorporates virtual reality technology, he said.
"It has been a vision of the center to keep evolving, and VR technology has enabled us to consider how art will be shaped in the future," Zhou said in a statement."We would like to act as not only an exhibition space, but a creative hub that produces an experience that connects people to what is coming up next."
"Inception" will be on view from Friday until Nov. 3. Admission is free. For more information, click here.