Covering an area of over 1,000 square meters, Sống Lab is made up of five exhibition rooms with a total value of around VND50 billion (US$2 million) in investment. Each room is equipped with a modern system of laser lights, screens, and speakers to serve various exhibition and display purposes.

This digital art space was designed to resemble a digital museum, according to its founder, Duong Do.

Another digital art space at Sống Lab. Photo: Xuan Loc / Tuoi Tre
Another digital art space at Sống Lab. Photo: Xuan Loc / Tuoi Tre

Sống Lab is currently showcasing five digital art pieces, namely Đâm chồi nảy lộc (Blossoming), Hồng Sắc Long (Crimson Dragon), Mọi Miền Tiềm Thức (All Subconscious Regions), Một Trăm (One Hundred), and Như Một Dòng Chảy (Like a Streamflow), all presented in 3D mapping technology.

Two visitors appreciate art at Sống Lab. Photo: Nhat Linh / Tuoi Tre
Two visitors appreciate art at Sống Lab. Photo: Nhat Linh / Tuoi Tre

To fully experience these art pieces, visitors will be guided to a room filled with vibrant colors and sounds. They can touch the screens and walls or simply take a seat to admire the artworks.

Visitors admire the beauty of an artwork at Sống Lab. Photo: Nhat Linh / Tuoi Tre
Visitors admire the beauty of an artwork at Sống Lab. Photo: Nhat Linh / Tuoi Tre

The founder of Sống Lab mentioned that digital art spaces are popular in many parts of the world. Several class-A cities in Japan, South Korea, Singapore, and others have modern digital art museums that attract a large number of tourists.

According to Duong, Sống Lab is expected to become not only a creative arts center but also an exciting new destination for those looking to experience a brand-new art space while in Hue.