Light Matters, Pepa Ivanova – Closing, performance & algae cocktail

Date(s) - 22.05.2019
19:00 - 22:00



Light Matters, Pepa Ivanova - Closing, performance & algae cocktail

Light Matters, Pepa Ivanova
⎐ Finissage in presence of the artist : 19:00 – 22:00 ⎐
⎐ Performance from 19:00 ⎐

Algae cocktail and colorful light interactions
pink drinks and blue dishes
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During her “light matters” research at Cunst-link, Pepa Ivanova plays with the intangible physicality of our realm. The interventions in and out of the exhibition space narrate personal experience through the flux of light reflections, refractions, and language. Time as a fluid substance measured by growth and presence is enhanced by objects and light in continued transition.

About the artist :
“Very diverse and highly developed multi-sensorial multi-disciplinary artistic practice based on excellent knowledge of science, sound recording, digital design and processing, data visualization. Intangible light, sun and sound are collected through field recording or various methods of data sharing are turned into different physical, visual, or oral art forms. Each output has a poetic resonance and adapted technology and manifestation. Urban or rural interventions are at the core of this observational practice filled with stories and soundscapes, wonderment and precision. Abstractions, knowledge and facts are transformed into experience. ” Caroline Hancock, 2017

The exhibition “light matters” is part of the OFF Program of Art Brussels 2019.

The exhibition is open every Sunday from 14:00 to 18:00

⎐ Cunst-link is one of the artistic shared spaces of the Artist Commons Brussels
⎐ With the kind support of Vedett & Sparkling Solutions

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