Brillen en la Foscor
LLUM Festival Barcelona 2017
The Brillen en la Foscor installation is an instrument which invites visitors to discover its function and meaning through touch, light, and sound. Visitors to the Pati Llimona were exposed to a field of luminescent strings that weave through the patio anchored at 13 points, each representing the different parts of Santa Eulalia’s experience.
By interacting with the instrument, the visitor activated a shockwave of light and sound which reverberate through the instrument’s strings forming a constellation of connections. Multiple visitors were encouraged to play the instrument together to form new patterns of light and compositions of sound.
The work seeked to engage the visitors through playful discovery, and furthermore use this engagement to connect people to the story of Santa Eulalia through their senses rather than through an explicit narrative.
Brillen en la Foscor was at the Pati Llimona, Carrer del Regomir 3, from the 10th to the 12th of February 2017.
Brillen en la Foscor is a project by IAAC Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia
IAAC, Active Public Space.
Living Light – Bioluminescent Bacteria is a project of IaaC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed at Master in Advanced Architecture, MAA02 in 2015
Brillen en la Foscor is a project by IAAC Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia.
Project and Design Team:
Faculty: Maria Kuptsova, Ángel Muñoz
Students: Nikolaos Argyros, Lalin Keyvan, Jonathan Irawan, Noor El-Gewely, Robert Staples, Inthat Ueasak-Aree, Karthikeyan Dhanabalan, Maryan Ewais, Andre Resende, Firas Safieddine, Martin Hristov.
Seminar Support Team:
Students: Burak Paksoy, Nisarg Sheth, Fabio Della Barba Menezes, Fernando Baptista, Sureshkumar Kumaravel, Viplav Goverdhan, Yasamin Khalilbeigi, Tobias Deeg, Hsin Li.
Academic Project Team:
Ece Meral Tankal
Brillen en la Foscor is a project of IaaC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed during the LLUM BCN Seminar, at Master in Advanced Architecture 02 in 2017.
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