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Experience ‘LUX: Digital Art Installations Transform La Térmica’ – Opening Tomorrow!

Light, sound and movement. Installations that challenge the conventional limits of art and that take the viewer on a unique sensory journey.” This is what ‘LUX pursues. Digital art experiences’, as reported by the director of the contemporary culture center La Térmica de la Diputación, Antonio Javier López. A project that emerged last year for the tenth anniversary of La Térmica and that in 2024 will be transformed into a more sustainable digital art exhibition program lasting several days. In this way, this edition that begins tomorrow, Wednesday, February 28, will bring together three installations that can be visited in rooms 008, 017 and 019 for ten days, from February 28 to March 10. Its creators are Irene Molina and Fran Toré from the PULSA collective, Juanjo Fernández from Gnomalab Studio and Ferran Belmon.

“LUX ​​is an experience that redefines the relationship between technology and art, as it merges both disciplines to give life to new forms of expression, using the historic La Térmica building as a space,” explained López, who stressed that the The public will be able to witness works of art “in their most contemporary format.”

In the presentation this Tuesday, in which he was accompanied by Luis Díaz González, curator of the exhibition, and the artists Irene Molina and Fran Toré, Juanjo Fernández and Ferran Belmon, the director added that “LUX’s lighting creations do not “They not only illuminate space, but also explore the intersection between light, sound and movement.” During the next ten days, all of this will be present in the ‘Hypersun’ installations by Irene Molina and Fran Toré, members of the Pulsa collective, ‘Ilúmies’ by Juanjo Fernández from Gnomalab Estudio and ‘Ciclic’ by Ferran Belmon.

The opening day will be tomorrow from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., and with several VJAMS shows, which will combine music sessions with artistic interventions. Access will be free, although with capacity control, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. After 9:00 p.m. entry will not be allowed.

The facilities can be visited until March 10 from Tuesday to Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., but next March 1, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., La Térmica has scheduled talks between the creators participants in these installations with the aim of sharing their vision and creative process with attendees.

‘Hypersun’, sala 008

‘Hypersun’ is a multidisciplinary installation created by the Pulsa collective, made up of Irene Molina and Fran Toré, and which rotates, like the Earth does, around the sun. The proposal is conceived as an immersive space specifically designed for room 008 of La Térmica. The viewer will be able to immerse themselves in a sunset thanks to devices that will project 3D animations, exploring the current view of the sun. This star, which has been an object of veneration in various cultures throughout history, is approached through new means influenced by contemporary thought, conceptually transforming it.

‘Ciclic’, sala 017

The artist Ferran Belmon explores in ‘Ciclic’ how the interaction of simple frequencies can give rise to complex behaviors and their ability to transform space. This light sculpture distinctively emphasizes how simple waves modulate the perception of the environment, altering both the tangible and the intangible. During the process, specific software creates generative audiovisual content and explores various sound and visual patterns. The sequence and movement of these two elements generate different effects, colors and geometric patterns that fill the space with chaos and harmony at the same time.

‘Ilúmies’, sala 019

‘Ilúmies’, the creation of Gnomalab Estudio, is the result of exploration in the field of laser light in recent years. Juanjo Fernández’s installation combines optical and audiovisual elements that interact with the exhibition space and immerse the visitor in a dreamlike and illusory atmosphere. The distinctive element of ‘Ilúmies’ is its adaptation to the room, turning it into a unique and exclusive work that is shaped according to the place where it is exhibited. The work delves into perception and questions how objects and spaces can be transformed through interaction with various elements such as light.

Inaugural day at the Patio del Tiempo

Tomorrow, Wednesday, February 28, from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., the public is invited to the VJAMS shows, a proposal that aims to captivate the senses by creating a unique dialogue between the viewer and the work of art. This digital and sound art experience becomes a laboratory of artistic experimentation where the creative possibilities are endless. A pioneering immersive exhibition that represents the convergence between the tangible and the intangible, inviting participants to explore and experience the synergy between contemporary art and the limitless possibilities of the application of technology. Within the programming for this day there will be the visual show of !Me(NOTme) and a VJam.

Talks about the creative process

The visual artists who created the permanent installations, Gnomalab and Ferran Belmont, together with !ME(NOTME), one of the outstanding guest VJs of this edition, will share their vision and creative process in various talks organized on Friday, March 1 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Moderated by Elimaginario, these conversations will explore the intersection between art and technology, revealing the secrets behind fascinating works of light. From intimate interviews to a dynamic round table, the public will witness an exchange of ideas that aims to make the artists known, highlight their work and share points of view on contemporary visual art with attendees.

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2024-02-27 12:00:52
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