What is Supine Horizons?
This is a FREE immersive installation presented by Philadelphia Contemporary
. This site for rest, resistance and renewal, features synthesized sound and projected visuals by local multimedia artist Gralin Hughes, Jr. (Television Sky).
What to Expect
During your free rest session you will experience the sensations of flotation therapy amidst relaxing, ambient soundscapes and soothing projected visuals. Getting Ready
We recommend that you dress comfortably. Lockers will be available for you to leave personal belongings safely. Visitors can choose to enjoy their timed sessions for anywhere between one minute to an hour. Covid-19
In order to provide a safe and comfortable environment, Supine Horizons will feature an air filtration system and soft furniture will be refreshed in between every guest's visit. A limited number of people will be booked into each timed session so that adequate physical spacing can be enabled. Masks are strongly encouraged for the duration of the visitor’s experience.
This installation is wheelchair accessible. Seating options include anti-gravity bean bag chairs which are low to the ground, and sofas that are chair height. Ear plugs and masks will be available and provided upon request. There is one wheelchair accessible restroom.
Please note: Supine Horizons will be dimly lit and will feature ambient sounds and projection of slow moving visuals. Those with photosensitivity may want to take caution.