#LIGHT

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La Croix, Juliette Minchin, 2023

Juliette Minchin created in situ for the Abbey of Beaulieu-en-Rouergue. Arranged at the crossroads of the transept between the nave and the choir, the 28-meter-long cross-shaped sculpture responds to the Latin cross plan of the abbey. It is composed of 33 openwork steel panels covered with wax, where 363 wicks are lit in turn. Like a huge candle, the installation evolves over the exhibition and gradually reveals its metal structure. "The work is a real monolith of wax and steel. A mausoleum, a votive monument, perhaps also a cave. Inspired by a Sicilian silt, Juliette Minchin adapted the "diving" technique by which, minute after minute, millimeters after millimeters, the strands of the candles are covered with waxes and cooled, thickening, to use it in the construction of real wax walls. The metallic motif of their frame is a bouquet of elongated roses that pays tribute to the rosettes of the Abbey of Beaulieu. But patience! Because it is only at the consumption of this monumental candle that the structure is revealed. The wax sculpted the metal at the time of the dive, by the concretion of its drops. By melting, it becomes architectural garment, skin of the work, shroof of the cross. Like an hourglass, the work evokes the passage of time, the patient and meticulous repetition of the same gestures that form both immemorial techniques and disappeared rites. Like miraculous water, the molten wax will be recovered at the end of the exhibition in order to be integrated into the initial reservoir and the work will be reactivated during its next exhibition. The wax will return to wax, according to the reason of the eternal return, made to ward off the fears of those who remain, the fears of the after.:

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Ryoji Ikeda : test pattern [100m version], 2013

concept, composition: Ryoji Ikeda computer graphics, programming: Tomonaga Tokuyama

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Limelight x Gabriel Schama: Pachamama

Collaboration featuring the physical work of Gabriel Schama brought to life by Limelight's projection mapping artwork. Find the artists on Instagram at: @gabrielschama @limelight3dmapping Videographer: @vizionators Producer: @scottiedoooo Editing: @kevincampean Music: Alex Riczkó

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CHU - Liquid States

An audiovisual projection-mapping Show. Created for Asia's highest land-art exhibition: Saladakh.The live performance took place on a rock structure, next to the city of Leh in Ladakh. Located in the vast landscape of the Himalayas. The theme of this 8-min-long show is water and its different states. Ladakh is suffering from a water crisis. Either there is too much or not enough water available at all. Light particles hitting metamorphic rocks, granite and lichen. Fluid shapes, flickers and waves flow over the harsh solid surface. (Internationally acclaimed) German light artist Philipp Frank’s work titled ‘Liquid States’ invites us into an unknown and unseen world. His waves of light cover the Himalayan landscape like a comfortable liquid blanket. The waves resemble water. Something elusive in this 50 million-year-old mountainous superstructure, just as Philipp’s artwork itself. With this captivating artwork, Philipp reflects on the increasing water scarcity and our specie's universal dependence on it in a high altitude realm

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COLLEEN QUIGLEY: The Peculiar Seduction of Scattering Light

Colleen Quigley earned her BFA in Sculpture from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A., her MFA in Printmaking from Tokyo Geijutsu Daigaku (Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music), in Tokyo, Japan, and attended the New York Academy of Art, N.Y, NY, U.S.A. Quigley’s current work covers a broad range of media and includes painting, sculpture/installation, ceramics and encaustic. Her work has been exhibited in Italy, Japan, Singapore, the United States, and the U.A.E. Her current research and areas of interests include post modern strategies of artmaking in relation to themes of originality, materiality, popular culture, and the transcultural flow of objects and memory. Colleen currently resides in Tucson, Arizona in the United States.

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二十|十二

Suezo "Decodia (feat. Miku Hatsune)"

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Digitized Forest at the World Heritage Site of Shimogamo Shrine

Digitized Forest at the World Heritage Site of Shimogamo Shrine, Kyoto Art by teamLab

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池田亮司 Ryoji Ikeda - (符碼-詩 code-verse)

池田亮司個展 Ryoji Ikeda Solo Exhibition 臺北市立美術館 Taipei Fine Arts Museum 2019/08/10 - 2019/11/17

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REFIK ANADOL - MELTING MEMORIES: ENGRAM AS DATA SCULPTURE

Thanks to a close collaboration with the EDP Foundation, L.E.V. Festival resumes programming at the Iglesia de la Laboral with the installation Melting Memories: Engram as data sculpture by Refik Anadol. An exciting project about the materiality of memories and their representation that represents a perfect dialogue between science, art and technology. Refik Anadol, of Turkish origin, living in Los Angeles, is a brilliant audiovisual artist who reconsiders a new aesthetic, technical and dynamic perception of space in his projects.

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DAYDREAM V.4

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W.O.S light installation for Cartier

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NONOTAK - PARALLELS

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Brigitte Kowanz - Lost under the Surface

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Das Museum Haus Konstruktiv honors the Austrian artist Brigitte Kowanz with an extensive solo exhibition. The retrospective show shows how Kowanz has been making the medium of light tangible as an independent phenomenon and as an information carrier since the 1980s.

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