The Art of the Brick Immersive Experience | Pullman Melbourne City Centre
Lego Sculpture of Man Opening Chest and Lego comes out

The Art of the Brick Immersive Experience

The acclaimed Art of the Brick Immersive Experience LEGO exhibition is making a much-anticipated return to Melbourne. Known for transforming the traditional perception of art, this exhibition features the groundbreaking work of Nathan Sawaya. Spread across 10 uniquely themed rooms, it utilises over one million LEGO bricks to present more than 100 stunning pieces. Remarkably, nearly every sculpture will be making its Australian debut, providing a fresh and exciting experience for both new visitors and returning fans.

What sets this exhibition apart is its fully immersive environment. Using advanced 3D video mapping technology, each room is brought to life in a dynamic and engaging manner. This visual spectacle is further enhanced by an uplifting musical score that complements the artistic displays, creating a multi-sensory experience that captivates audiences of all ages.

Among the many highlights is a giant version of Yellow, perhaps Sawaya's most iconic sculpture. This striking piece, depicting a man tearing open his chest to reveal a cascade of LEGO bricks, has become a symbol of the artist's unique style and emotional depth. Additionally, visitors can marvel at an installation featuring 250 kinetic LEGO skulls, a display that adds an element of movement and intrigue to the exhibition.

One of the standout features of the Art of the Brick Immersive Experience is the 400-square metre gallery called Perniciem. This immersive space is a collaborative effort with Australian photographer Dean West, blending Sawaya's LEGO artistry with West's evocative photographic work. The result is a captivating fusion of mediums that explores themes of fragility and resilience in the modern world.

Overall, the Art of the Brick Immersive Experience offers a unique opportunity to see LEGO bricks transformed into thought-provoking works of art. Whether you're an art enthusiast, a LEGO fan, or simply looking for an engaging outing, this exhibition promises an unforgettable experience. Don’t miss your chance to witness this extraordinary blend of creativity and innovation in Melbourne.

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Lego Sculpture of Man Opening Chest and Lego comes out