By creating the exhibition in the virtual space of AMDM, people from all over the world will be able to have an understanding of Mori's physical installation, Primal Rhythm, located on a remote island.
In the AMDM atrium, Journey to Seven Light Bay will present visitors with a glowing white orb, the Tida Dome, as the entry point to Mori's digital installation.
The AMDM isopen 24/7, 365 days a year, and is free of charge.
The AMDM launched in October 2010 with inaugural exhibition, The Valley, a specially commissioned work from renowned American artist Tony Oursler.
Founded in this spirit, the AMDM will feature programs and works in fields as diverse as visual art, film, performance, design, architecture and social media, and will engage a wide range of curators and cultural luminaries to develop content and programs.
The AMDM is designed to echo the sensory experience of a traditional, physical museum, yet is contained entirely online.
Oursler's Valley invites the viewer to interact with artwork on an entirely unique virtual platform, made possible through the artist's collaboration with the AMDM team.
In addition to Valley opening at the AMDM, Oursler will present a solo exhibition curated by Paulo Venancio at the Centro Cultural Oi Futuro in Brazil.
AMDM exhibitions are expected to change on a quarterly basis and an archive of exhibits will remain indefinitely accessible to visitors within the AMDM.