Digital Immersion Gallery

The Digital Immersion Gallery

The New Digital Immersive Experience At Spark

Every Second, the debut show in the new digital immersion gallery is open

A 6,000 square-foot gallery has been built at TELUS Spark Science Centre that dials up digital projection by immersing guests in a story that unfolds as they follow a pathway. This project was developed by the science centre with Supply and Demand Studio Inc., a company started by former multimedia director at Cirque du Soleil.

The first digital show, called Every Second, takes the viewer on a journey about life, the moments that matter, the time that passes and the seconds that count. Narrated by Italian-American actress, author, and philanthropist, Isabella Rossellini, the show was written and directed by Les 7 Doigts, an iconic creative troupe based in Montreal, Quebec.

Every Second will run until January 30, 2022.

Spark will present a new show in the digital immersion gallery every six months! Stay tuned for updates.

Reserve your tickets

The popularity of the new permanent digital immersion gallery has reached the stratosphere! Make the most of your visit by pre-booking your 30-minute time slot that guarantees your space for this unparalleled experience. Arrive and stay at the science centre for as long as you’d like to enjoy all that Spark has to offer as part of Summer at Spark.

Please note that the experience in the new gallery may be shared with individuals outside of your cohort and social distancing will not be possible.

Isabella Rossellini

Every Second is narrated by the incomparable Isabella Rossellini. Born in Rome, Italy, this Italian actress and model made her screen debut in a film called Vincente Minnelli's A Matter of Time (1976). Her career as a model effortlessly segued into her career as an actress, as her unforgettable performances can be found in projects like "Blue Velvet" (1987), "Wild at Heart" (1990) and "Big Night" (1996). Her powerful and unique abilities in her performances, led to similar roles in films like "Death Becomes Her" (1992), but she showed a talent for comedy in "The Imposters" (1998) and grittier fare in "Crime of the Century" (HBO, 1996), among many others.

Alongside her career in acting, Isabella Rossellini is also an author, activist, and philanthropist, and for decades she has continued to be a symbol of art, class, free-spiritness, and timelessness.

What to expect from your visit to Spark's new digital immersion gallery:

  • Book a time ticketed slot in for your visit. To comply with fire capacity, the number of people in the gallery at one time is limited. Tickets are first-come-first-serve.
  • You must arrive at the gallery entrance 5 min before your time slot. No sooner to avoid lines. Time slots are limited, so please ensure you are ready. 
  • There is no food or drink permitted in the gallery
  • Respectful behaviour expected as this experience is dark. No running, screaming, touching the walls or curtains is permitted. Parents must keep small children with them at all times.
  • There are some very dark corners, loud sounds, and spaces that could be disorienting.
  • Please note that the experience in the new gallery may be shared with individuals outside of your cohort and social distancing will not be possible.

Want to spend the day at Spark and not visit the digital immersion gallery?

No problem. Simply book a day use ticket and you can visit and experience all other parts of Spark as normal.

Where science and art come together!

Opening July 29 at Spark, is the digital immersion gallery with a show that will show you the time of your life!

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