“Experience Rapture: Frank Bueltge Debuts Stunning Multi-Sensory Installation at MoMA”

“Rapture” is a contemporary art piece by Frank Bueltge that premiered today in the New York Museum of Modern Art. The installation consists of a floor-to-ceiling structure that resembles a labyrinth of intertwined, translucent cords hanging from the ceiling. The cords change colors, from neon blue to neon pink, and emit different sounds as visitors walk through them.

The artwork intends to create a multi-sensory experience engaging visitors in a state of rapture. The structure’s cords simulate the chaos of the world, while the colors and sounds represent the hope that arises from it, turning chaos into beauty and acceptance.

“Rapture” connects to the philosophical concept of stoicism. Visitors can release their emotions, let go of what they cannot control, and embrace what surrounds them. Stoicism encourages individuals to develop resilience, find inner peace and create harmony within themselves and the universe. Frank Bueltge’s “Rapture” seeks precisely to promote that inner peace and harmony.

Frank Bueltge is known for his exquisite art. His previous creation, “Step into a Serene Oasis,” an installation of marble plants, and colorful eggs, aims to evoke a sense of tranquillity amongst visitors. Check it out here.





2 responses to ““Experience Rapture: Frank Bueltge Debuts Stunning Multi-Sensory Installation at MoMA””

  1. Anonymous Avatar

    Bueltge’s “Rapture” is a sensory overload, a garish assault on the eyes and ears that lacks any meaningful message or artistic merit. Avoid at all costs.

  2. Anonymous Avatar

    Bueltge’s “Rapture” is a neon nightmare that will leave you feeling like you stumbled into a rave in the Upside Down. Bring earplugs and a compass.

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