FLUTTER | Immersive Art Exhibition

by Anahita Safarzadeh

In the heart of Hollywood, between iconic museums and galleries; FLUTTER has planted its roots for a three year project of visionary art. The new exhibition opens its doors this coming week, on South LA Brea and will include work from exhilarating artists, and architects; Katie Stout, Jacolby Satterwhite, Jillian Mayer, Saya Woolfalk, Leah Guadagnoli, Cyril Lancelin of Town & Concrete, Liz Collins, digital media duo Laia Cabrera and Isabelle Duverger, Elise Peterson, Guillermo Santoma, and Job Piston in collaboration with the award-winning architecture studio, Charlap Hyman and Herrero along with NAR, the NYC-based trans producer, musician and DJ widely known for his work with Rihanna’s Fenty collection.

Highlights include Katie Stout’s wing which uses mix media to convey the artists well loved works of rainbow creatures. Liz Collins’ erected an excerpt of her “Liquid Sky“ installation that was taken from her displayed from The New Museum.

What makes FLUTTER different from from other immersive spaces is the fifteen coveted contemporary artists whose goal was to create an experimental work spaces which evoke nostalgic sense of joy and playfulness. Each unique room pushes the boundary and limits of what art could be with the infusion of technology and space. Here, there is a sense of community within the collage of art spanning mediums of VR, projection mapping, ASMR, claimable furniture, lights, architecture, and a sensory journey.

The project is also partnering up with Born This Way Foundation, founded by Lady Gaga and Her mother Cynthia Germanotta. The charity supports the wellness of young people and empower them to create.

FLUTTER is also excited to collaborate with Flavor Paper, a Brooklyn-based wallpaper which worked with the artists to reimagine their works into wallcoverings, available to visitors of the space to purchase so that they may take part of the experience home.

Flutter opens June 1. Purchase tickets HERE.

217 South La Brea, Los Angeles, 90036, California

Photographed by John Linden