Museum, podcast and play rolled into one: a new art space has opened in London with a multimedia show by British artist David Hockney. Until the beginning of June, visitors can immerse themselves in a universe of paintings, video installations and voice recordings that Hockney helped to create in the Lightroom, which is several meters high and equipped with large projection surfaces and countless loudspeakers near London's King's Cross station.
The show is a journey through the work of the British artist - from Polaroid collages and iPad drawings to Hockney classics. "The world is beautiful when you look at it, but most people don't look very much," says 85-year-old Hockney, whose voice in the exhibition is called "Bigger
Hockney worked with the creators of the Lightroom for around three years. Boss Richard Slaney described the artist in an interview with the British news agency PA as an absolute stroke of luck for the kind of artistic work he describes as: "Transforming works for a gallery into a mix of podcast, film, theater performance, gallery show and documentary. " After Hockney, shows by other artists will also be on display in the new premises.