FrameMotion Studio’s immersive experiential exhibition earned a place in the Malaysia Book of Record as the first AI Multisensory Digital Art Exhibition. Curated and produced by The Greatest Artist, FM's first AI staff, Aera, in a specially designed 5,000 sq ft space in Pavilion Bukit Jalil, the set consists of seven unique experiences that are expressed in multiple sensory formats that combine art and technology. Visitors are welcomed by an AI-talking Van Gogh portrait painting, followed by a walk through the Infinity Starry Walkway inspired by James Abbott McNeill Whistler's Nocturne in Black and Gold. The Light of Hope experience lets visitors interact with sunflowers, and the Shower of Joy allows them to witness flower petals swirling and landing on them. The exhibition also features an AI Self Portrait, an Infinity Zoom inspired by the Zoomquilt by Berlin artist Nikolaus Baumgarten, and an art installation that translates visitors' words into artwork using AI. This captivating and exuberant immersive walk-through exhibition is an artistic journey that bridges reality and illusion that is brought to life with the use of digital projectors, holography and VR to inspire innovation in art lovers.