Please join Dr. Michael Rhoades from the IDIA Lab at BSU as he presents his “7 Antitheses,” an abstract visual music installation in the Charles W. Brown Planetarium on Thursday, March 30th. At this open house style event, the unique audiovisual experience will repeat at 4pm, 5pm, and 6pm. Arrive any time and stay for as long, or as little, as you’re able to! Light refreshments will be served in the lobby throughout the event. The “7 Antitheses” project consists of seven compositions ranging in style from abstract to non-objective extended reality. Similar to abstract expressionist or impressionist paintings, the project is simply intended to be experienced. Ultimately, this approach provides for a deeply immersive, non-linear, consciousness-awakening, and extended reality experience.