Untitled Productions has produced immersive experiences and installations in numerous global cities, during international fashion weeks, film and music festivals, and art fairs. With many years of experience producing events, we have developed an invaluable contact base of the best venues and creative sources for whatever we need to make the event a memorable, press-worthy opportunity. With our immersive experiences, we want our audience to be able to engage all their senses. We believe in the art of storytelling and plan as well as execute our concepts with every detail in mind, often collaborating with top visual artists and performers across many creative fields including art, music, dance, film, fashion, and beauty, to curate our dream concept. Whether presented as a ticketed art show, in collaboration with a new product launch, or with branded sponsors, we ensure that each experience is unique and unforgettable. We work closely with the best event photographers and videographers to get the right coverage and have at our fingertips a guest list of global tastemakers to ensure the event is well attended. We often also collaborate with top influencers, PR teams, fashion, lifestyle, and media sponsors in order to elevate the production’s reach and create exponential impact.
Recent projects include the “100 Percent Party” Art Basel Miami 2023 Kick-Off event at Soho Beach House, which included a stellar performance by the queen of house music Crystal Waters who sang a number of her iconic hits with an ensemble of dancers. The experience opened with DJ sets, musical bingo, and a drag show along with signature cocktails, branded merch, and a video installation of Water’s behind the scenes on her latest cover shoot. Our New York Fashion Week September 2023 kick-off event in collaboration with PUBLIC hotels featured a lineup of top DJs and performances at their rooftop venue in New York City, along with video installations throughout the venue of productions with top performers including Icona Pop, Tinashe, and Taylor Momsen. Other notable past immersive experiences include the “EDEN” Special Project at the UN Plaza in collaboration with Spring/Break Art Show in New York City, which featured an installation of the Garden of Eden along with artwork by 20 international contemporary artists, a modern dance performance by Katherine Crockett and live body painting by Trina Merry. For “(Hotel) XX” Indira Cesarine curated an immersive installation of a retro hotel at Spring/Break art fair featuring the work of 2o female artists including Julia Fox, Myla Dalbesio, Miss Meatface, Leah Schrager, Meredith Ostrom, among others. The installation of the hotel lobby and room became the framework for art in a variety of mediums including photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, textile, and video representing the history of female travelers who left their mark on the hotel’s DNA, with their memories in the form of artwork lingering on the walls and throughout the space in the form of furniture, rugs, and bedding. The experience was accompanied by vintage-sourced artifacts including original 1970s TV sets playing video art, sculptures in the form of table lamps, chairs, cameras, and candelabras, music on vinyl records from the 60s and 70s, as well as hotel staff in retro costumes to assist visitors as if they were checking in.
Other notable past immersive experiences include the “Voyeur” exhibit at Art Basel Miami, presented in collaboration with The American Friends of The Louvre, Miami Art Museum Contemporaries, and Quintessentially, featuring over 50 contemporary artists as well as video installations throughout a 10,000 sq ft space in Miami’s South Beach, “The Labyrinth” installation and exhibition presented by Indira Cesarine in support of Art4Equality for which she transformed The Untitled Space gallery into a maze revealing through its passages photography, sculpture, video art, as well as live performance, and “…Do They Make A Sound?” an immersive installation by artist Jessica Lichtenstein curated by Indira Cesarine for SPRING/BREAK Art Show featuring a forest scene, complete with trees falling and thousands of leaves in the form of tiny female figures setting the stage for a collection of digitally rendered wall sculptures mounted throughout the magical pink and white forest.