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Elisava participates in Llum BCN festival with two light installations

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Place: Plaza Dolors Piera // Parque del Centro del Poblenou
'Dialogar', installation by Raúl Goñi, professor of Elisava.


The Festival de Artes Lumínicas Llum BCN returns to Barcelona from 4 to 6 February. The festival has invited, once again, the most brilliant creators and artists with groundbreaking proposals, which will make Poblenou an urban laboratory that will set the future trends of the art world. As every year, students from art, design and lighting schools in Barcelona will participate, including Elisava, which this year presents two projects: Dialogar and A Nature.

Dialogar

Raúl Goñi, professor and PhD student at Elisava, has created the installation Dialogar, which invites reflection on the importance of dialogue to solve our differences and generate debate and reflection. The project is a metaphor about the importance of all voices to obtain a more balanced and attentive society. The piece will be installed in Plaza Dolors Piera from the 4th at 8 pm, along with a musical interaction starring two singers.

A Nature

Installation created by different students of the Master's Degree in Ephemeral Architecture and Temporary Spaces of Elisava that addresses the concept of nature created by humans, questioning our relationship with the natural environment. In this context, the installation exposes the human ambition to conquer and dominate this environment, an attitude that considers excessive and without borders. The installation will take place in the Parque del Centro del Poblenou.

'A Nature', installation by the students from the Master's Degree in Ephemeral Architecture and Temporary Spaces.


Credits A Nature

Students: Nour Awarki, Mar Gené, Sena Kocaoglu, Mana Pinto, Qhosha Vad, Cristina Valarezo, Tiffany Whittaker, Noa Yarkoni, Amber Zhang, Elodie Bodart, Sanjana Paramhans, Lea Bendul, Louis Cruz Ramos, Louise Heylen, Margo Van Hoorebe Doms, Paula Ferrés Membrado, Viviane Sabarly, Sarah Leyman, Yana Latinovich and Diana Mehrez.

Tutors: María de la Cámara, Gabriel Paré, Toni Montes and Roger Páez.