The Oracle Experience El Silencio Ibiza

The Oracle : the new immersive experience of El Silencio Ibiza

Located on one of Ibiza’s most beautiful beaches (cala moli), El Silencio is one of the white island’s most popular venues. During the summer of 2023, it will be home to The Oracle, a revolutionary artistic installation that will take visitors on a unique psychedelic journey.

Are you ready for an extraordinary journey on one of the best beaches of Ibiza ? Lovers of the island have already been to El Silencio, the sublime spot of Cala Molí with its beach club and art space. In the first few months after its opening, the address played host to the surreal and psychedelic universe of young Spanish artist Miranda Makaroff.

The Oracle : A journey to the heart of art and consciousness

For this summer of 2023, this dreamy place of El Silencio welcomes The Oracle, a revolutionary art installation created by french DJ Dan Ghenacia and Alpha Wave Experience that will transport you to a world of sensations and deep relaxation. Close your eyes and embark on a unique sensory journey, guided by visual flashes and haunting music specially created by Dan Ghenacia. A psychedelic experience on the edge of reality that promises to awaken your imagination and stimulate your mind.

Imagine yourself plunged into a state of semi-consciousness, where the boundaries between reality and imagination become blurred. That’s the unique moment you’ll have. This immersive installation, inspired by the Dreamachine by the famous Beat Generation artist Brion Gysin, promises a unique travel where art, music and consciousness come together.

Free sessions all summer long

From 30 June to 3 September, this artistic adventure will be opening its doors to you for 15 minutes sessions every day from 7pm to 11pm. Admission is free, but we strongly recommend that you book your session in advance to guarantee yourself a place in this extraordinary artistic time.

Avinguda de Cala Molí 30 – Sant Josep de sa Talaia
From June 30th to September 3rd (7/7 – 7pm-11pm)
Free Entry (Reservations recommended)