The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami and the Miami Design District, in partnership with III Points Festival, present the US museum debut of The Ship, an immersive audiovisual installation by prolific composer, producer, keyboardist, singer, and multimedia visual artist Brian Eno. The Ship will be
on view in the Miami Design District’s historic Moore Building, October 20 through November 7, 2017.
Originally on view during III Points Music, Art & Technology Festival, October 13–15, The Ship is designed to evolve and develop within the specific environment of the exhibition space, creating a singular and provocative audience experience. The installation will mark the museum’s final presentation in its temporary space before opening the doors to its new permanent home in the Design District on December 1.
Brian Eno is a prolific composer, producer, keyboardist, singer, and multi-media visual artist. Known for creating the genre of “ambient” music, Eno combines sound and visuals to produce a commanding yet intimate ambiance, both tranquil and unnerving. Having collaborated with artists such as David Bowie, Talking Heads, U2, Coldplay and Devo, he has reinvented and defined sound throughout his influential career.
Please reserve your ticket in advance. Capacity is limited. "The Ship" is presented hourly beginning at 1:00pm and is approximately 50 minutes. The final daily presentation is at 5:00pm.