We are an immersive storytelling studio that creates emotionally powerful mind-bending alternate worlds in physical or virtual space. We juxtapose elements of art, film, theater, and architecture to produce groundbreaking work that upends your sensory experience in service of story. Our goal is not just to entertain or excite but to engage in ways that create memories of lasting meaning.
Led by acclaimed artist Kenzo Digital, we are a roster of cross-disciplinary designers, producers, architects, artists, developers, animators, writers, and technologists who make work with a singular vision that stands the test of time.
Kenzo Digital is an artist whose work is dedicated to synthesizing new narrative forms with groundbreaking technology to create impactful, emotional stories. He is the founder of Kenzo Digital Immersive, an immersive storytelling studio based in New York.
Kenzo’s latest project, a ticketed immersive art experience called Air, is a permanent installation at the top of Summit One Vanderbilt, a new supertall skyscraper in the center of Manhattan. Air opened in October 2021 and hosted 1.6 million visitors in its first year.
Other notable art commissions and collaborations include Beyonce’s United Nations World Humanitarian Day “I Was Here” performance and video (nominated for a MTV VMA Award), Social Galaxy (a hyper immersive exploration of social identity, with installations built in New York, Rio, Seoul, Frankfurt, and Tokyo), Beyonce’s Billboard Awards “Run The World” performance, Nocturnal Awakening (an immersive labyrinth and illusion installation built in New York), Kanye West’s “All of the Lights” performance and video, and the Kenzo Paris (fashion label) S/S 2013 Runway Show.
Beyond immersive art and performance collaborations, Kenzo has also directed traditional films which have been featured at the Mill Valley Film Festival and the Tribeca Film Festival, where he received the Disruptive Innovator of the Year Award in 2013. He was a director at Ridley Scott’s RSA Films for many years. As a creative director, he’s worked for Wieden+Kennedy on Nike, Google X, and Apple. He was an expert in residence at the Harvard University Innovation Lab.
Additionally, Kenzo was the last video director of Nam June Paik’s studio, and serves as the creative director for the Nam June Paik estate. In those capacities he has worked on installations exhibited at the Guggenheim, Tate Modern, National Gallery of Art, and SFMOMA.
Kenzo’s work has been featured in The New York Times, Wired, Vogue, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Fast Company, New York Magazine, The Creator's Project, CNN Travel, Monocle, Creativity Online, National Geographic, Bloomberg, and many others. He is represented by UTA (Film, TV, VR), and managed by Untitled Entertainment.