As part of the sweeping four-day FILUX light festival, La Sala on Calle 60 will host an indoor visual experience.
“LIQUIT 399A” is about transforming movement into light through water.
It is a minimalist piece built based on red acrylic shaped as a rectangle measuring 3 millimeters, with the capacity to contain 100 milliliters of water in the upper part which at the same time is held by loudspeakers that transmit invisible waves, that will transmit the movements to the water and this at the same time shall project light
The result is the generation of an atmosphere feeling of infinite space where the movement of water becomes the interior space light.
The creator, Alfredo Romero, was born in Barcelona in 1974 He studied Fine Arts, Interior Architecture and Art History. He has been a professor of Interior Design, Window Dressing and Visual Arts he has also given several national and international conferences. Alfredo has received awards in prestigious interior design, painting, sculpture and art-object competitions.
His exhibitions have been touring galleries and museums both in Spain and abroad. These days, he lives in Mérida, where he has his production workshop and he is touring Mexico showing his latest artistic projects.
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