Superblue, the groundbreaking new venture in contemporary, experiential art launches its Miami center on May 20, 2021. DRIFT will exhibit Meadow (2017) to open the Suspension Program, a series of works intended to ‘elicit disbelief and provoke engagement with the ordinary environment, rendered extraordinary’, alongside immersive installations by Es Devlin, teamLab, and James Turrell, as part of the inaugural exhibition. This edition will be DRIFT’s largest scale Meadow to date, aiming to re-connect visitors to their natural rhythms via technology.
Visitors to Superblue will be enveloped by Meadow; a sensorial and poetic composition of mechanical flowers which react to their viewer as blossoms to the sun, enacting an organic, ever-changing choreography. Integrated sensors from below the work will translate the presence of the viewer into different moods to create a truly interactive experience. Meadow engages the viewer in symbiosis, evoking the impermanence of nature and the sense of wonder that comes from being immersed in it.