Infinite Breathe | An Immersive Art Experience


Experience Infinite Breathe, an immersive art experience

‘Infinite Breathe’ is a kaleidoscope that you can step inside. A free immersive art experience open to the public, created by multi-award winning artist, Laura Alice.

Hosted by Collins234, the installation invites audiences into a fully immersive, sensory experience.

Using the beautiful old technology of the simple kaleidoscope, a mirrored, triangular space forms the basis for an magical experience.



LAURA ALICE is a multi award-winning Artist and Creative Director who specializes in cutting-edge projects that are empowering and collaborative.

With over 10 years experience in creating complex artistic projects spanning film, immersive installation, animation, street art and augmented reality; Laura possesses a deep-seated curiosity that drives her practice.

Her decade-long journey in the artistic realm has seen her become known for pushing the boundaries of innovation, combining beauty with technological prowess. Through her work, she fosters meaningful connections with audiences, blurring the lines between artist and observer, and the seen and unseen.

Photo of Laura Alice by Laura May Grogan

Artwork additional Credits 

Musical score by Quinn Earthchild
Construction by Callum Caiger


Time, to me, is a canvas that stretches, warps, and fractures into beautiful fragments, inspiring my work.

My art explores alternate realities – dimensions, dreams and spirituality have always fascinated me. Over the years I have found my practice continually coming back to the theories of the quantum multiverse, and the strange way that spacetime acts when it thinks we are not looking.

Since I was a child, my journey with dissociation and immersive daydreaming has been both a challenge and a sanctuary, guiding me to realms of healing and beauty. Through my work, I aim to draw viewers into these ethereal spaces, inviting them to experience sensations akin to my own.

I’ve chosen the kaleidoscope as my medium—a playful yet profound nod to generative art’s origins. The mirrors create endless realities – reflecting and refracting – reminding us that time is eternity, and that the breath of our lives creates ripples more expansive than we ever imagined.

In loving memory of my sister Sarah, and in gratitude for our brief journey through the cosmos together. Until we meet again in the next universe.’

 -Laura Alice, 2024.

See more of Laura’s work on her Website or Instagram.



234 Collins St, Melbourne 3000

Opening Hours

Monday 11.00am - 7.00pm
Tuesday 11.00am - 7.00pm
Wednesday 11.00am - 7.00pm
Thursday 11.00am - 8.00pm
Friday 11.00am - 9.00pm
Saturday 11.00am - 6.00pm
Sunday 1.00pm - 6.00pm
1.00pm - 6.00pm