Tbilisi Digital Space

Tbilisi Digital Space

The Tbilisi Digital Space is the first digital art museum in the Caucasus, where moving sights have been created using audio-visual installations and special effects.

There are four different spaces within this virtual world.

The main hall is for exhibitions, with a rotation of hour-long themes played to music throughout the course of the day. These include:

  • Vincent Van Gogh – This display features more than sixty animated works, including an exact reconstruction of The Bedroom, that is considered to be one of the best in the world.

  • Gustav Klimt – This display showcases portraits and landscapes from Klimt’s Golden Phase.

  • Salvador Dali – A mesmerising display of this influential artist’s paintings brought to life in motion.

In the exhibition hall there are displays about galaxies and planets, the world of dinosaurs, and the underwater world, all of which are aimed at children.

The third room is the world of light, with scintillating, polychromatic crystals and, once again, charming musical accompaniment. 

The fourth space is the Georgian room, or rather, movie hall, where Ilia Chavchavadze’s Bazaleti Lake is shown, while an interesting overview of Georgian history is given, as well as Vazha-Pshavela’s An Old Beech, which is projected at 270 degrees, on three screens.

This fascinating space can be found on the third floor of Tbilisi Mall, at 16km Aghmashenebeli Avenue.


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