Exhibition — Digital art

‘Heaven’s Gate’ & ‘Creation’ | Marco Brambilla

30 May up to 2 June 2024
→ Nxt Museum
Asterweg 22
1031HP Amsterdam
  • Monday 10:30—20:30
  • Tuesday 10:30—20:30
  • Wednesday 10:30—21:30
  • Thursday 10:30—22:30
  • Friday 10:30—22:30
  • Saturday 10:30—22:30
  • Sunday 10:30—20:30
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Open today from 10:30 to 20:30

Journey through cosmic history with ‘Creation’ (2012) and ‘Heaven’s Gate’ (2022) by Marco Brambilla at Nxt Museum. ‘Heaven’s Gate’ and ‘Creation’ are part of Marco Brambilla’s ‘Megaplex’ series. In these video works, hundreds of well-known film fragments are combined into new stories and landscapes. The digitally composed videos take you into a hyper-realistic world with clouds, meadows and burning cities. Brambilla immerses the viewer in an abundance of images, responding to the way we produce and consume images. His ‘Megaplex’ works show how our society is overwhelmed by a constant stream of media.

About the artist: 

Marco Brambilla (b. 1960) is a London-based artist known for his extensive recontextualization of popular and found images, as well as his pioneering use of digital imaging technologies in his video installations and other works of art.

Brambilla’s work has been exhibited internationally and is in the collections of many renowned institutions, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum (both in New York) and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. His most prominent exhibitions took place at the New Museum (New York), the Santa Monica Museum of Art (retrospective) and the Seoul Biennale (Korea).