• Panorama Rouen 1431
    created by Yadegar Asisi in 2016
    photo © asisi

Contemporary interpretations

The interest of IPC comprises the panorama phenomenon in a wider context, both nineteenth-century derivatives of the panorama, such as the moving panorama, and modern panorama art forms such as panorama photography, gaming and 3D film, all closely related to the surrounding panorama experience.

The fascination of a 360° immersive art form inspires artists around the world to adopt the panorama and to create their contemporary art work on that basis.

Supplementing the traditional painting techniques new panoramas are made using the latest digital technology. Using such new digital technology are Michael Naimark's projects to record the 360 degree experience in a 3d display. Complementing these variations on the traditional panorama are a series of 9 meter diameter 360 degree constructivist paintings by Sanford Wurmfeld from New York City, USA installed in a manner also to immerse the viewer in the space and displayed as temporary exhibitions in museums in Europe and the United States since 2000.