A single story can be told in infinite ways, and the art of Pietro Fornasetti, using over 400 variations of the same portrait, can prove this.
It looks like a huge disco floor placed right near the water of the Adriatic sea: this is the Greeting to the Sun, playing from dusk til dawn playful colourful lights generated by solar panels.
In between Lisbon with its vibrant city life and the natural park of Sintra with its unspoiled forests and windy beaches, Cascais is a peaceful town just perfect for one day trip.
A fashion store in Milan. An exhibition of a conceptual and minimalist artist, in Santander. A light festival in Barcelona. A pavement design in Lisbon. All of them, in black and white.
To understand is to transform what is.
Merging the realm of kinetic light sculpture and performance, creating ephemeral light forms floating in the air: ceremony, entertainment show, or should they be called light instruments?
No, you don’t shoot things. You capture them. Photography means painting with light. And that’s what you do. You paint a picture only by adding light to the things you see. Katja Michaels Light festivals express exactly the idea of a live act of painting with light – of playing with perception, of reshaping the concrete reality intoContinue reading “BCN | Llum Light Festival”