Lobby Digital Art

Art

Digital Art

Awards

  • 2011 Cannes Grand Prix - Design

  • 2011 The One Show Gold Pencil Award

  • 2013 London International Award Bronze Winner - Environmental Installation

  • 2014 The One Show Design Merit - Spacial Design Interior Spaces

  • 2014 New York Festivals Third Prize Award - Environmental Design

Lobby Digital Experience

The Cosmopolitan lobby digital art installation combines architecture, contemporary art and technology to create an unexpected and dynamic experience. Eight 15' digital columns and a panel spanning the length of the front desk continuously display a curated library of digital art, transforming the space into an immersive living narrative that incorporates elegant, fantastical and often poetic interpretations of life's travels.

Digital Narratives

  • Monarch

    Monarch

    This is the story of transformation in which perceptions of beauty are re-imagined and told in an abstract evolution of fashion and color. In this showpiece, the female form undergoes an alluring metamorphosis, challenging guests' perceptions of fantasy and reality. A pulsing, hypnotic soundtrack accompanies the visuals to complete the immersive experience.

  • 52 Stories

    52 Stories

    Fifty-two stories. Infinite possibilities. A series of elevators with a cast of curious characters pass through the lobby. Guests are given only a brief glimpse at each story, leaving the rest to the imagination – and setting the stage for a story of their own.

  • Little Winter (Seasonal)

    Little Winter (Seasonal)

    Little Winter bottles up holiday spirit and mischief in miniature, as five hand-built dioramas are brought to life in a magical large-scale film and music installation. Filled with whimsical hidden stories, the frozen scenes are brought to life with animated figures and environmental special effects. An original musical score accompanies each scene as a winter’s day passes from dawn to the deep of night.

  • Seduction

    Seduction

    This piece teases the guest with illusions of space and beauty. Human and animal forms roam the columns and eventually melt away into the architecture, leaving plenty left to the imagination.

  • Voyage

    Voyage

    The Cosmopolitan experience leaves every guest with a story worth telling. The glowing bookshelf represents the master collection of every unique and engaging guest experience.

  • Navigation

    Navigation

    This piece represents the unexpected twists and turns a guest may encounter during a stay at The Cosmopolitan. Black ferro fluid surrounds the compass to create a mischievous beauty that only The Cosmopolitan can provide.

  • Current

    Current

    This concept combines a classic turn of the century artifact with a modern aesthetic. Slowly swaying Edison bulbs illuminate the space with the warm glow of yesteryear, attracting travelers and inspiring new perspectives.

  • Pathways

    Pathways

    This evolving wallpaper blurs the line between interior design, graphic arts, and animation. A bold, striking pattern of intersecting lines represents the many pathways a guest's journey can take at The Cosmopolitan.

  • Discovery

    Discovery

    A new notion of luxury...a new type of guest...and a new species of plant-life. These never-before-seen specimens have been cataloged, classified and put on display for each guest to discover.

Digital Art

  • No Feeling Is Final; Redux, 2011

    No Feeling Is Final; Redux, 2011

    A digital work by Yorgo Alexopoulos, a New York-based artist best known for combining a variety of media into immersive fine art installations and artworks.

  • Far Moon, 2011

    Far Moon, 2011

    A digital work by Yorgo Alexopoulos, a New York-based artist best known for combining a variety of media into immersive fine art installations and artworks.

  • The Infinite Sphere, 2011

    The Infinite Sphere, 2011

    A digital work by Yorgo Alexopoulos, a New York-based artist best known for combining a variety of media into immersive fine art installations and artworks.

  • Transits, 2014

    Transits, 2014

    A digital work by Yorgo Alexopoulos, a New York-based artist best known for combining a variety of media into immersive fine art installations and artworks.

  • Imagine Peace

    Imagine Peace

    Imagine Peace is a calming cloudscape with the words Imagine Peace written in 24 languages. In connection with Yoko Ono's larger global initiative of anti-violence, she uses a multitude of media to communicate peace.

    Imagine Peace was displayed in the lobby from January through July 2015.

  • Pollinators, 2014

    Pollinators, 2014

    Over a full year, artist Sarah Rara filmed insects, birds, animals and vectors that pollinate flowers against brightly colored backgrounds that both attract and distraught them to document a complete annual cycle of flowering.

    Pollinators was displayed in the lobby from January 2015 through January 2016.

  • The Beacon

    The Beacon

    A crown for the curious, the Beacon is an experiential content display spanning the north and south sides of the Boulevard Tower’s roof. Visible from miles away, the Beacon features an ever-rotating collection of moving, vibrant images that draw the gaze of captivated onlookers from afar.

  • PAUSE

    PAUSE

    PAUSE is an innovative public art program that transforms The Cosmopolitan’s LED signs into spectacular large-scale digital canvases showcasing work from leading contemporary artists. Viewers are instantly transported from the everyday buzz of the Strip to a thought-provoking place of contemplation and reflection. This urban art oasis turns an everyday sign into a cultural portal with the ability to touch everyone who passes by.

    Past Artists

    • Yoko Ono (2010)
    • TJ Wilcox (2010)
    • Jennifer Steinkamp (2011)
    • Sam Taylor Wood (2011)
    • Marilyn Minter (2012)
    • Jose Alvarez (2012)
    • Laleh Khorramian (2012)
    • David Shrigley (2013)
    • Tracey Emin (2014)
    • Laurie Simmons (2015)

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