Silence your lobster phone and melt into a Dalí-inspired dreamscape
Dreams of Dalí is an interactive 360° video. As it plays, click and drag your cursor on the video player to explore the scene. For the an optimal viewing experience, maximise the YouTube player to full screen, and set on the highest quality setting.
Salvador Dalí’s painting Archeological Reminiscence of Millet’s Angelus (1935) is a surreal reimagining of Jean-François Millet’s painting The Angelus (1859). Dalí’s work recasts the peasant couple of the original as towering stone figures, with the woman looming over the man in a show of female sexual dominance. Created as part of a virtual reality exhibition at the Dalí Museum in St Petersburg in Florida, this video allows viewers to step inside the work’s dreamy, uncanny landscape, as they fly through a tour of a world inspired by the painting – one that’s rife with additional Dalí Easter eggs. Beyond a simply entrancing immersive experience, Dreams of Dalí hints at even more sophisticated VR art experimentation to come in the near future.
Video by Goodby Silverstein & Partners