On the centenary of the death of Gustav Klimt (1862–1918), the MAK is focusing on the artist’s designs for the mosaic frieze in the dining room of the Stoclet House in Brussels: KLIMT’S MAGIC GARDEN
is a virtual reality experiment, inspired by Klimt’s masterpiece Expectation and Fulfillment. The virtual reality artist and filmmaker Frederick Baker has used high-resolution digital photographic material to create a fantastic virtual world in which visitors can embark on an interactive filmic journey.
Janina Falkner, New Concepts for Learning, MAK
Virtual Reality Tour
The virtual reality tour through KLIMT’S MAGIC GARDEN can only be taken by two people at a time. You can put your name down for a time slot in a list for one virtual reality headset here. The other headset is freely accessible (waiting times reserved).