The highly acclaimed H Box from Hermés showcases works of art filmed by the biggest names in the industry. Designed by architect Didier Fiuza Faustino and endorsed by the fashion house, the mobile theater has seen the works of Su-Mei Tse, Yael Bartana, Dora García, Judit Kúrtag, Valérie Mréjen, and Shahryar Nashat being showcased for the Artsy public to lap up. The greatest thing about this platform is that the artists are given complete creative freedom to come up with whatever themes and manifestations that fancies them. Mobile to the hilt, the H Box comes apart easily and can be transported to the next destination without fuss. Which bring me to the point of this post…. it is heading to the shores of Yokohama, Japan, where the artistic inclined population can indulge in some gallery viewing from September 13th till November 30th.
You may also want to note that the Hermés H Box has a seating capacity of 12 to 14 adults at a time. Given the past experiences of the select audience, you really have to be the artsy type to want to sit through the films.