If ever there were a true Renaissance man, it was Leonardo da Vinci, whose seminal work – “Vitruvian Man” – was created circa 1490 as a means of explaining balance and proportion in art and architecture.
Enter, Leonardo: The Universal Man, a novel take on the artist’s famed drawings, sketches and journal entries via immersive, state-of-the art projection technology. The floor-to-ceiling spectacle includes a current interpretation of his drawings and creations – including the “Mona Lisa” and “The Last Supper ” – replete with sound, light, animation and kaleidoscopic color palettes.
On view now through June 28 at Lighthouse ArtSpace Phoenix in Old Town Scottsdale.
– Hannah Van Sickle, The Arizona 100