Milan’s Cinema Manzoni was one of the most important film venues in Italy for over fifty years before it closed to the public in 2006. In her show ‘Parasimpatico‘, Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist took over the historic space and covered every surface with “a new skin of imagery” resulting in gorgeous and ethereal light, sound and movement installations. Those photographs of rooms lit by coloured gels make me want to hop a flight to Milan and be immersed in hues. How beautiful is that top image of magenta and blue floors with a dash of red light? I also love the ornate Italian details covered in modern colour (including that intriguing chandelier that acts like a screen for projected imagery). If you happen to be in Milan, the show is on until December 18th. See more about the installations here.