The first impression, for me at least, was one of confusion - and that has to do with how things are organised at Nice Atoll. First off, lots of very bright colours, quite heavy on the eyes. And secondly, the exhibition area, or areas actually, seemed rather disorganised, and maze-like. I assume it was done on purpose, but it made things a bit hard to follow - and I'm sure I've actually missed a few pieces there.
Those things aside, the actual artwork was quite interesting; there were several exhibits that I just kept staring at.
There's yet another exhibition on the other side of Nice Atoll, on a very different subject - dedicated to contemporary Afghan poetry (with German and English translations available), but I just had a very quick look at that one.
If you enjoy fractal art, do come and see Asmita's works - but come well rested and with enough time to go through all the tunnels, and various separate areas.
To visit the interstellART space in Nice Atoll, follow this SLurl.