To coincide with the debut of his short film "Cruel Summer," Kanye West created a highly talked about seven-screen theater for his audience to enjoy the piece, giving his guest on a completely new viewing experience. Created by West's creative firm DONDA, which collaborated alongside OMA – a New York architectural firm – the 7S Pavilion seats 200 guest before seven 17' x 17' displays. Created to immerse the audience within the space, the theater was specifically built for the film, which was shot on a custom seven-camera rig. West recently spoke with GQ about venturing into creating cities and amusement parks, and the Pavilion serves as their first installation of many. Check out a few of the photos down below, and head to OMA's website for more.
Photography by OMA