La Camera Insabbiata


La Camera Insabbiata is a virtual reality work by the legendary artist Laurie Anderson, and Taiwanese new media artist Hsin-chien Huang. The work recently won the Best VR Experience Award at the 74th Venice Film Festival and the two artists have been approached by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City for a new VR production . La Camera Insabbiata consists of eight unique rooms, where the viewers enter a virtual world made of blackboards symbolizing “memory,” and freely fly around to explore words, drawings, symbols, sounds, and memories.  


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Notice to Visitors

La Camera Insabbiata consists of eight interactive rooms, and you can also freely fly around in the giant space. There are no rules, and you may freely choose how you want to experience it, just like in your own dreams.

  1. If you experience dizziness or discomfort during the experience, please take off the head-mounted device immediately, and inform onsite staff for assistance.
  2. The head-mounted devices and remote controls will be sterilized after each session, so relax and enjoy.
  3. Your voice will be recorded during the experience, and later visitors will hear the recording of your voice.
  4. The audio of the work is in English, Chinese translation will be provided onsite for your reference.
  5. The full duration of the experience is 15 minutes, but you may leave anytime you wish during the experience.
  6. If it is your first time, we recommend that you sit on the stool to help maintain balance. If you have no problem with balancing yourself, you may stand up and experience greater degree of freedom.
  7. For safety reasons, please do not bring children under the age of 8 into the room. Parental guidance is recommended for children above 8 and under 12.  
  8. Female visitors during pregnancy, and patients suffering from high blood pressure shall evaluate own physical conditions before participation.



Advanced registration is required for La camera insabbiata and each session is limited to 4 visitors. Registered visitors may not bring others into the room. If you wish to have more than one spot, multiple registrations must be made.

  1. Please register with own personal information for onsite staff to verify. Visitors will receive confirmation of registration via SMS and email. Registration is unsuccessful if you do not receive confirmation messages.
  2. Each session is limited to four visitors who have registered in advance. Visitors must arrive five minutes before the start. When in case a visitor fails to show up, the vacancy will be open to visitors onsite.
  3. The registration system will open on 11/15, accepting registrations for sessions on 11/19, and 11/21 to 11/26. Afterwards, registrations for the following week will open on every Monday at 10:00am. For example: Registrations for 11/28 to 12/3 will open on 11/20; registrations for 12/5 to 12/10 will open on 11/27, and so on.


On-site Waiting List 

  1. Visitor on the on-site waiting list can only be admitted when a person with reservation fails to show up on time.
  2. Waiting list numbers are available on-site for pickup. One person can only pick up one number and may not pick up a number on another person’s behalf.
  3. Visitors on the waiting list must wait in the room. Leaving the room is regarded as forfeiture.
  4. Visitors on the waiting list cannot specify the sessions they wish to attend, because the staff members cannot predict waiting time.


* The museum reserves the right to change and modify the above terms and conditions.