Quantum Mirror Experience
A transcendent immersive art experience created by Guatemalan New Media Artist Adrian Stein and REM5 VR Lab
Explore an interactive journey of futuristic XR installations that reflect on the blurred line between humans and technology. Created by Adrian Stein and REM5, the Quantum Mirror is a part infinity room, part video installation, and part immersive experience.
Your tickets get you a 25-minute experience that includes Quantum Mirror VR, the Quantum Gallery, and time inside of the reality-bending infinity room.
Tickets $20 when using promo code MPLSART at checkout:
Purchase Tickets Here
Watch this video for a glimpse into the Quantum Mirror https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-o6uLwnVCjw or check out the instagram @QUANTUMMIRRORMN | #QUANTUMMIRROR
Note: Photos give you taste of the experience but cannot truly depict the nature of the immersive experience.
FYI & TIPS
- You must purchase tickets in advance. Walk-ins are currently not accepted. Purchase Tickets Here
- Shoes are not allowed in in the Quantum Mirror experience.
- While the experience is very "instagram worthy", make sure to take a moment to put your phone away and fully experience Quantum Mirror.
- Up to 6 people can attend the experience at a time, so if you purchase tickets with a smaller group, you may be in the experience with strangers. You may book private showings by contacting REM5 via email@example.com
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Chicago-based new media artist Adrian Stein seeks to understand how humans view themselves through the many mirrors viewed in everyday life which reveal the borders, glass walls, and masks we have built between ourselves and each other in the process.
By representing the human form as a prismatic lens in constant shift, dynamically morphed, shifted, and affected by the medium it is inhabiting, Stein’s work engages the concept that different states of consciousness may give rise to different views of the self, and how perceived identities can create a hybrid person, existing virtually and physically.
Having been raised in Guatemala to attend school in America, Stein has inhabited the space between political and cultural borders, living in a state of transition. This life of transmutation and bodily migration was punctuated by growing up in an age where the border between countries was bridged by the internet, thus marking the importance of such borders and their digital crossings as not only institutional, but as a deeply formative concept in his work. Through the use of colloquial digital languages and visual commonalities, he seeks to create an aesthetic medium to reveal how his own duality as a Guatemalan and an American has given rise to a hybrid identity, forcing him to exist in both places and in none, at the same time.
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