THE LUME Melbourne is celebrating First Nations art and music while supporting artist communities.
It offers a captivating experience that shares the rich cultural history of our country. The exhibit features an extensive collection of nearly 650 works from 110 visual and musical artists, creating the world's largest digital art gallery. One notable display is Emily's Wall, showcasing 53 artworks in a mirrored space that seems to stretch endlessly. Visitors can interact with the installations, prompting reflection on their relationship with the land. Additionally, explore physical artworks and learn about the artists and their practices from the Gallery Assistants.
About The Lume Melbourne
The walls come alive as light ripples across every surface and masterpieces come to life. Curated tastes, aromas and a choreographed soundtrack add thrilling new dimensions to this 360-degree experience.
Wander, play, dance and marvel as every surface becomes an animated canvas: floors, walls and guests alike.
Be transported as familiar landscapes become moving images that tower four stories tall, while you wine and dine in the heart of the gallery.
Create your own journey, linger where you please and be delighted by new perspectives on iconic artworks.