1

Plou núvol

Plaça de les Glòries, davant del del Disseny Hub Barcelona

 

Houston Here
#plounúvol

“It’s Raining Cloud”, a storm in reverse created in a large artificial cloud thanks to the active involvement of one hundred people from the audience who meet inside it and reproduce the sound of all the stages of a storm using only their bodies. This natural sound triggers a set of surprising visual effects that result in a great show visible from both inside and outside the cloud.

Limited capacity.


2

Polyhedra

Encants Barcelona - Fira de Bellcaire
(Av. Meridiana)

Av. Meridiana

 

Alex Posada i Xavi Bayona
#polyhedra

Polyhedra is an audioreactive light sculpture in the shape of a regular polyhedron. The luminous geometry floats in the space and takes advantage of the reflections of the mirrored roof of Els Encants Market, which multiply and strengthen the light in all directions. An effect that is reinforced by the dynamic programming of LED lights and other elements of this installation, created specifically for this emblematic market.

Limited capacity.


Friday 15, from 9.30 pm to midnight, Saturday 16, from 10 pm to midnight; Sunday, February 17 from 7 pm to 11 pm.


A

Etsab Storm

Caseta ADIF
(Carrer d’Àlaba, 153)

 

ETSAB, Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona
#etsabStorm

 

 

www.etsab.upc.edu

A mysterious place difficult to access, located in front of the railway tracks and disturbed only by the racket of passing trains at variable time intervals, it is the setting for this light and sound show which plunges the public into a storm that passes through all its phases to reach its climax coinciding with the train passing by. Once the train has passed, everything goes back to the tense calm that signals that the cycle will start again.


Alumnes: Carlos Alcázar Peñalver, Roger Bou Noguera, Lei Bu, Oriol Busquets Fulquet, Eduard Celma Garcia, Chengfeng Chen, Blanca Codina Clavaguera,Pol Cuartero Parreu, Martí Cuñé Ferré, Tamara Fernandez Cortes, Carla Gabriela Fosado López, Bastien Guelton, Ivanna Khlus, Patricia Isabel Marchán Moreno, Martin Cristian Noguera Retamal, Diana Orozco Moguel, Thalis Rambo Delavi, Núria Sant Puig, Laura Vives i Rosàs, Yue Xu
Tutors: Adrià Muros Alcojor, Núria Miralles del Rio
Acknowledgements: Adif


3a

Asalto Barcelona

Façade of DHUB Barcelona

(Plaça de Josep Antoni Coderch)

 

Daniel Canogar

Asalto Barcelona is a video projection on the façade of the DHUB created with the participation of the public. A virtual assault and looting of the building by spectators evoking the storming of the Bastille or the assault on the Palau d'Hivern, simulating the public climbing up the spectacular façade.


3b

Lumin AV

Disseny Hub Barcelona, sala A

(Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, 37)

 

Onionlab
#luminAV

Lumin AV is a study about light that does research on the behaviour and the coexistence of different types of light sources at a same installation: projections on a large screen, mobile lights and LEDs, accompanied by music, combined and perfectly synchronised. Together they create an immersive show in which spectators will be surrounded by light. Lumin AV combines various lighting techniques expressed in an integral performance that conceives light as a whole.

Limited capacity.


Audio: uunnoo_lab


3c

FAD Meeting Point

Àvila foyer of the Disseny Hub Barcelona
(Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, 37-38)

(Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, 37-38)

 

Robert  Thompson

FAD (Fostering Arts and Design)
#FADmeetingpoint

Fad Meeting Point is a place where those who want to enjoy the Llum BCN festival (Light BCN) can meet, and the starting point for any itinerary through Poblenou. A large, interactive light totem where visitors can leave an ephemeral sign on a photoluminescent material using the light from their mobile phone, and distort a dynamic surface covered in mirrors which liven up the space surrounding it, using their voice.

Limited capacity.


4

Constellations

Llac “Jardins de l’Elisava” - Disseny Hub Barcelona, Accès C/ Àvila, 185

(Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, 37)

 

Joanie Lemercier i Paul Jebanasam

 

Joanie Lemercier is one of the key artists working in Europe today that are expanding the possibilities of light as a medium. After exploring languages such as video mapping, live shows and gallery installations, in this new piece he uses an unlikely material to present his elegant and meticulous work: water. 

In Constellations, the DHUB lake becomes a gateway for the exploration of the cosmos. The 3D-like visuals enable us to move from the heart of a black hole into deep space, travelling through planets and stars, as we look for the limits of the universe. Constellations is a fascinating journey where the vectorial, monochromatic aesthetics of Lemercier form a dialogue with the electronic soundscapes of producer Paul Jebanasam. 

Joanie Lemercier is a French artist primarily focused on projections of light in space and their influence on our perception. He has always had a strong interest in physical structures: geometry, patterns, and minimalist forms. Since 2006 Lemercier has worked with projected light, co-founding the visual label AntiVJ in 2008 with Yannick Jacquet, Romain Tardy and Olivier Ratsi.

In 2013, he founded a creative studio to develop installations, gallery pieces and visual experiments.


Concept and Creation: Joanie Lemercier

Music: Paul Jebanasam

Production: Juliette Bibasse

 


19*

Làser

Carrer de Badajoz, carrer de Sancho de Ávila i carrer de Pere IV

 

Estudio Antoni Arola
#Làser

The sharp light of three laser beams traces a three-dimensional itinerary through the main streets of Llum BCN. A route that forms the backbone of the urban space where the festival takes place. Each of the three lasers finishes off its journey by projecting a light towards the sky that is visible from a distance. An innovative urban lighting project specially designed for the Llum BCN festival.


5a

Hack the Light UP

Disseny Hub Barcelona – Torre Glóries
(Av. Diagonal / carrer Badajoz)

(Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes)

 

ProtoPixel
#HacktheLightUP

Hack the Light UP is the first hackathon to be held in this country, where light professionals such as designers, architects and technicians work together with makers for a period of 24 hours to innovate in the field of light technology as a medium, an experience and a technology.


Dissabte, 16, i diumenge, 17 de febrer, hackató de les 10.30 fins a les 20 h.

Aules B i C

Amb inscripció prèvia a: http://hackthelightup.protopixel.net/#thehackathon

 

Presentació de Projectes: Diumenge 17, a les 18.30 h

Espai per confirmar


7a

And what would you focus on?

Passadís Mediapro
(av. Diagonal, 177)

(av. Diagonal, 177)

 

Francesca Llopis & Òmnium Cultural
#sotaelfocus

Freedom as a collection of lights and a flash of brilliance.
 
Freedom that is reflected in light, this small rage that lights us up and awakens our “Reaction”!
Made up of lights and mirrors, the installation is meant to be a reflection on the essence of our life in society, as free individuals and groups. Each of us as the focus of a mirror highlighting our critical opinions with the society we live  and build in.
 
And what would you focus on?
 

7b

Future Ruins

Pompeu Fabra University. Poblenou Campus
(Carrer de Roc Boronat, 138)

 

Romain Tardy
#futureruins

Future Ruins combines a digital projection on the façade of the La Fàbrica building at the UPF Poblenou campus with fifteen light sculptures. Both the constructive elements of the original building and those incorporated by Romain Tardy constitute imaginary technological remains of our world, regardless of time. But even the ruins spread on the ground illuminate the darkness of the night.

Limited capacity.


Música: Loran Delforge


5b

Emocions

Glòries Tower
(Av. Diagonal, 211/Badajoz 185)

(Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, 37)

 

Eyesberg & ProtoPixel
#emocions

Emocions transforms the Glòries Tower into a huge antenna to amplify the public's emotions. An interactive installation where visitors can create their own moments of light and music and see them reflected in real time on the façade of the huge tower, to share with the entire city. An artistic and technological challenge that will make you feel part of a great collective work.


Divendres, 15,  i dissabte, 16 de febrer, de les 18.30  fins a les 24 h

Diumenge, 17 de febrer, de les 18.30  fins a les 23 h


6a

Constel·lacions

Glòries shopping centre
(Avinguda de la Catedral, 208)

(Avinguda de la Catedral, 208)

 

Mónica Rikić and Anna Carreras
#ConstelacionsLlumBcn19

A fun, interactive installation for all the family, where the public can draw freely and collaboratively by means of some different coloured LED light modules that must be positioned in a vertical panel. The panel has different holes in the form of a matrix in which the LED modules can be arranged and rearranged at any time, as if they were simultaneously both digital and physical pixels.


6b

Nautilus

Glòries Shopping Centre
(Avinguda Diagonal, 208, floor -1)

 

Xavi Lloses
#nautilus

Nautilus is an audio and visual sculpture and, at the same time, an instrument. It collects the sound of the bubbles that burst inside its methacrylate cylinders to process and amplify it. It plays a generative score independently, composing in real time thanks to randomisers from different harmonic and rhythmic universes. The nervous system of the Nautilus is held within a harmonium and can be played by the public.


B

Alice

Jardins del carrer de Badajoz, 168

(Jardins del carrer de Badajoz, 168)

 

ELISAVA, the Barcelona School of Design and Engineering
#ALICE

 

www.elisava.net

Alice may be tempting for pedestrians who feel lost inside an architectural labyrinth that accentuates the accelerated pace of life in the great urban centres where it seems that there is no time to stop still. Alice may be an escape route from this oppressive reality. It may be the white rabbit’s invisible burrow that can thrust us into the unknown where time is of no essence and the daily routine does not exist. Alice is the reflection of an illusion.


Students: Elise Chukri, Miquel Estany, Marta Esteban, Anna Gayete, Tatiana Glock, Laia Gonzàlez, Laura Gusart, Mariana Magalhaes, Aida Pastor, Anna Pilyugina, Amalia Puga, Elisabeth Pujol, Albert Sanz, Valentí Soler and Marta Velasco
Tutors: Antoni Montes and Roger Pàez
Collaborators: Maria de la Cámara and Gabriel Paré

 

  

 

C

Geocidi

Carrer de Tànger, 89

 

ESDAP, School of Design and Visual Arts of Catalonia, Campus Deià
#geocidi #ESDAPCatalunya

www.esdap.cat

Peaceful plots of land disrupted by the noise of drills, cranes, scaffolding and the birth of growing structures: everything forms part of a repeated cycle that leaves no trace of what could have been. Geocidi is the collective action of a single species among millions of other species that is altering our planet to the extreme, which means that it could become unrecognisable and unable to sustain life. Geocidi is a visual message of the metamorphosis Barcelona is currently undergoing.

Limited capacity.


Students: Mireia Ballesté, Núria Dalmau, Lidia Forcadellas, Julia López, Ivanna Piuma, Sara Rodríguez and Arnau Tolosa
Tutors: Amaya Martínez and Anna Solè
Collaborators: Juanra Valladares (Stage Technician - Engineering)
Sponsors: Stage Technician - Engineering)

 

 


8

Multilayer “Welcome”

Next to the old chimney of Can Framis
(Carrer de Roc Boronat, 116-126)

(Carrer de Roc Boronat, 116-126)

 

Nueveojos
#multilayerwelcome

Multilayer is a three-dimensional video installation that creates a volumetric video. A technique that for the first time can be seen with moving image, in a dialogue between rhythm and space that takes a first step towards a new concept of holographic cinema. Welcome is a monochromatic film somewhere between semi-abstract graphic animation and fictional narrative, with a video denunciation background on the situation of refugees around the world.


Edat recomanada a partir de 7 anys.


9

Light Leaks

 

Pati de Can Framis
(entrada pel carrer de Sancho de Ávila)

Pati de Can Framis, Carrer de Roc Boronat, 116-126

 

Kyle McDonald i Jonas Jongejan
#lightleaks

The mirror ball, an iconic light technology used in night clubs since the 1920s, becomes  a new kind of visual instrument that can transform our perception of space. Code artists Kyle McDonald and Jonas Jongejan combine multiple projectors, a computer vision system and 180 kilograms of mirrored spheres to create a sophisticated choreography of reflections. 

As we enter the space, we find ourselves under a gleaming sculpture of mirror balls that instantly demands all of our attention. But as time passes by, we start to pay attention to the multiple reflections covering that cover every surface. They adopt different patterns and are organisedze in multiple configurations and geometries. With every different pattern, they transform the environment, making it sometimes medidative, and other times eerie.

“Light Leaks” has been shown in multiple countries in the last 5 years, in different various configurations, always different. Here, it is presented for the first time outdoors in an ambitious new version.
Kyle McDonald (US) is an artist working with code. He builds tools that allow artists to use new algorithms in creative ways.



10

Coloured Peonies

Carrer dels Almogàvers
(between Carer de Roc Boronat and Carrer de la Llacuna)

 

TILT
#colouredpeonies

Giant white peonies have bloomed in Barcelona to give a touch of natural surrealism to the urban landscape of Poblenou. When night falls, the bouquets of flowers glow and reveal the magic of their nocturnal colours in a captivating, luminous symphony.


11

Chrysalis

Plaça de Dolors Piera
(Entrance from carrer dels Almogàvers)

(Plaça de Dolors Piera, entrance from carrer dels Almogàvers)

 

Hamill Industries
#Chrysalis

Chrysalis is an almost invisible being that comes to life at the dawn of night to offer a choreography made up of reflections, lights and concealments to the rhythm of music inspired by the ocean. A show that transports spectators to the depths of the oceanic abyss under the guidance of a reflective spherical organism, inspired by ctenophores, marine animals that have the capacity to generate light with movement.


D

Verd botella

Jardí del Sol
(Carrer de la Ciutat de Granada, 102)

 

(Carrer de la Ciutat de Granada, 102)

 

UIC Barcelona School of Architecture
#verdbotella

www.uic.es/ca/esarq

Plastic bottles for recycling and re-used Christmas lights are joining forces with the Jardí del Sol's climber plants to turn the party wall green that holds up this unique vertical and self-sufficient wall. Plastic abuse in our society can be seen in the number of bottles arising from selective waste collections, which are establishing a dialogue with existing solar panels, re-used lights and the garden itself, in a reflection on the importance of our actions in preserving the environment.


Students: Carla Andrade, Pol Arbós, Nieves Blakstad, Estefi Bonavia, Sebas Crespí, Cinta Lluís, Guillermo Marfà, Eduard Pagés, Carles Raiteri, Genís Vilalta, Javier Garcia and Xavi Altimira
Tutors: Iñaki Baquero and Marta García-Orte


F

Bosc nocturn (Nocturnal forest)

The surface of Carrer de la Ciutat de Granada, 97

 

IAAC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia
#boscnocturn #iaacllum2019 #IAACLife

www.iaac.net

Bosc nocturn creates the illusion of an artificial forest made of light whose aesthetic appearance changes depending on the direct interaction of the public by means of microphones placed in the windows of an old, ruined restaurant, of which only the façade remains. On the other side of the bars, the ground comes to life with a spectacular, illuminated forest constantly changing in appearance thanks to the voices of the spectators.


Students: Abhishek Soman, Arman Najari, Daniil Koshelyuk, Elliott Sinclair, Santos, François Nour, Gabriele Jureviciute, Hari Krishna Gundu, Jasser Salas Castro, Kavya Jose, Lars Erik Elseth, Marc Bou Assaf, Nikol Kirova, Umit Ceren Bayazitoglu, Wei-Hong Wang, Yasmina El Helou, Kammil Carranza Vivas, Vinay Khare, Akshay Gopinath, Anaisa Franco
Tutors: Luis Fraguada and Cristian Rizzuti
Collaborators: Valentina Toscano, Sebastian Mealla
Sponsors: Protopixel

 

 

 


E

Fils d’història (Threads of history)

Carrer de la Ciutat de Granada, 109

 

ETSALS, La Salle Campus Barcelona School of Architecture
#Filsd’Història #lsarq

https://filsdhistoria.wixsite.com/filsdhistoria www.salleurl.edu

When we walk around Poblenou, we can be taken back decades in time to stroll among factories, imagine the sound of cars and machines, the smell of the smoke, and so on. The aim of Fils d’història is to remember this industrial past by retracing the history of an old industrial warehouse where Ducati motorbikes were repaired, creating a transparent cover made of thread to make people feel as if they form part of this past, day and night.


Students: Jaume Trullà, Judith Bertocchi, Tomás Feliu, Júlia Marbà, Meritxell Padullés, Andrea Berruezo, Carlos de Felipe, Pablo Linares, Veronika Motorina and Joan Martín
Tutors: Joan Vera, Laia Vives, Jordi Mansilla, Miquel Rodríguez, Juan Briz and Isabella de Renteria
Collaborators: Jaume Pla
Acknowledgements: T-Systems

 

 


13

The Pockets

Carrer dels Almogàvers
(between Carrer de Badajoz and Carrer de la Ciutat de Granada)

(Carrer dels Almogàvers, entre el carrer de Badajoz i el carrer de la Ciutat de Granada)

 

TILT
#thepockets

Torches are small everyday objects that give us peace of mind and which everyone should have stored away in a drawer at home. Who hasn’t explored a dark corner of their home or a hidden place in nature by torchlight? The Pockets is a giant-sized reproduction of old torches, which with their old-fashioned charm and colourful vintage colours illuminated the streets of neighbourhoods.


G

Reflexió

Plaça de Montserrat Casals
(Carrer de Pallars, 183)

 

BAU, Design College of Barcelona
#BAULlumBCN #BAU

www.bau.cat

 

'Art in general and, naturally, architecture, is a reflection of the spiritual condition of man at a particular time'. Mathias Goeritz

We are slaves to the digital revolution because our social network presence is more important than real life. We are in constant movement, unable to stop to reflect. We move our shadow around the world. When was the last time you mulled over your reflection in a mirror?


Students: Andrea Cases, Anna Murciano, Clàudia Romero, Daniel Chavarría, Jorge Rivera, Doris Österle and Víctor López
Tutors: Santiago Vilanova, Mariel Fuentes, Frank Maria and Pierino dal Pozzo
Special mention: Leitat Technological Centre

 

 


14

Hue Twist

Carrer de Pere IV
(entre el carrer de Badajoz i el carrer de la Ciutat de Granada)

(Entre c/Àlaba i c/Badajoz )

 

Jordi Canudas
#huetwist

Through vertical rotation, a pleated, twisted paper becomes the platform upon which the different colours of the light are mixed together to visualise all the hues in the chromatic range. Hue Twist is a contemplative piece that captivates, surprises and invites the public to sit down on one of the seats surrounding it and observe the non-stop colour changes.


H

Storm

Passatge de Trullàs

 

ESDAP, School of Design and Visual Arts of Catalonia, Campus Llotja
#esdap_storm #ESDAPCatalunya

www.esdap.cat

Storm is an immersive experience where a storm is created that aims to awaken within the audience the primitive feeling that rises in us the moment a storm breaks. This sensory experience based on the impact of the bolts of lightning flows inside the spectator, culminating in a state where they are able to contemplate the beauty of this meteorological phenomenon.

Limited capacity.


Students: Ian Alcalá, Aïda Almacellas, Paula Arenas, Gissell Basurto, Eva Castany, Àngels Dimitri, Rubén Domínguez, Albert Duarte, Dafne García, Georgina Lacoma, Adrià Linares, Marcel Mendola, Javier Ortiz, Ana Pascual, Marina Peña, Aitor Sedano and Clara Valverde
Tutors: Rodri Barón Segovia, Sofia Isus, Jordi Plana Marquès and Laura Aragón Duat
Collaborators: Ricardo Cançado (Programming Technician)
Sponsors: Escenotecnic

 

 


18*

Emergències

Several buildings in Poblenou

 

Manolo Laguillo

The most representative emergency staircases in Poblenou become fascinating and enigmatic objects that every night, under special lighting, cast their shadows in a path contrary to daylight. These “turned” shadows contribute to evoking the neighbourhood’s industrial past and its political and social demands.


12

Next Nature

Plaça de Tísner, 1

(Plaça de Tísner, 1)

 

Román Torre
#NextNature

Next Nature is an interactive installation where visitors can forget about the frenetic activity of the city and relax in a tranquil landscape. A virtual waterfall projected on a large façade and other pseudo-natural elements in the surrounding areas will encourage the public to interact in a space of tranquillity and reflection.


Agraïments: betevé


15

Rèquiem per una fàbrica

Carrer de Badajoz, 167

(Carrer de Badajoz, 167)

 

Cube.bz
#requiemperunafabrica

Until not many years ago, many outsiders perceived this neighbourhood to be the “Catalan Manchester”, in other words, somewhere full of chimneys, with workers heading towards factories in the early hours of the morning, or a fisherman’s neighbourhood set apart from the sea. Today, however, as a result of the major urban transformations of the time, the physiognomy of the neighbourhood is changing rapidly and, little by little, this is being left in the past. Historical Archive of Poblenou (2001). El Poblenou: més de 150 anys d’història (p. 7).



16a

Reflexions

Former Fàbrica Simon
(Carrer de Sancho de Ávila, 66-72)

Cantonada del c. de Pamplona amb el c. de Tànger

Estudio Antoni Arola with the collaboration and sound system of Lolo & Sosaku
#Reflexions

Reflexions is an experimental project in which light is no longer used as a source of illumination and is valued for what it is in itself from the moment it is born, when it is transformed from a reflection or when it fades away. Somehow, we feel like the light gets away from us and transforms into something almost animated. Lolo & Sosaku share their ingenuity and poetry by making light interact with the sound of the installation.

Limited capacity.


16b

#Pulse897

Former Fàbrica Simon
(Carrer de Sancho de Ávila, 66-72)

Carrer de Sancho de Ávila, 66-72

 

Michela Mezzavilla - reMM
#SimonLlumBcn

#Pulse897 is a light performance that transforms the window sills of the old Simon factory into a huge, dynamic light matrix. By means of replicating elements of light inspired by Simon’s famous 897 light switch, the façade becomes an iconic symbol of the interaction between people, light and sound. The installation evokes futuristic design sets from the 1960s, the period contemporary to the light switch and the building itself.

Limited capacity.



M

Noctulica

Espai Simon 100
(Carrer de Sancho de Ávila, 66)

 

EINA, University School of Design and Art of Barcelona (UAB)
#noctulica_einabcn #einabcn

www.eina.cat

The Noctulica project explores the perception of light and reflects on bioluminescence, a phenomenon generated when an external element interacts with a live organism such as Noctiluca scintillans, a bioluminescent species of plankton. The light emitted by Noctulica scintillans is gentle: it illuminates the shapes in the water, generating a composition of light in constant movement that plays with our perceptions and the visual experience.


Students: Vicente Akira, Mercè Boncompte, Pol Capdevila, Núria Carrascal, Ana Habash, Anaïs Llop, Oriol Pinell and Maria Vicente
Tutors: Judit Colomer
Collaborators: Joan Pomés, sound engineer
Special mention: Simon

 

 


L

Eix vital a les Naus Bessones [Lifeline between twin warehouses]

Carrer dels Almogàvers, 145

 

BRAC, Faculty of Fine Arts University of Barcelona
#eixvital #FacultatdeBellesArts

www.ub.edu/bellesarts

Eix vital is an installation located on the walkway that links twin warehouses, opening up an itinerary to visualise our symbiotic relationship with architecture and to highlight how buildings can undergo metamorphosis depending on their hosts. It is a trip inside an organism with a life of its own, which models and transforms us, just like architecture.

Limited capacity.


Students: Project: Juan Carlos Almagro. Team: Cristina Bota, Javier Caamaño, Mireia Carrillo, Maria Gorgoll, Maria Jansà, Ignasi López, Marta Rossell and Gemma Solà
Tutors: Miquel Planas and Núria Gual
Collaborators: Custom Project
Sponsors: Nylma
Special mention: Securman, Don Ostra, Época

 

 

 


K

Limbo

Pati Àlaba
(Carrer d’Àlaba, 85)

 

ESAD, School of Dramatic Arts Theatre Institute
#LimboIT #InstitutDelTeatre

institutdelteatre.cat

What characteristics does a space that separates two different things that live between one world and another have? How does a place become a 'non place'? Limbo is an installation based on atmosphere and pulsation, two elements that can generate sensations. The space is modified using light, sound and shadows, accentuating the already-existing elements and creating a new perspective. Within this context, the subject acquires the ability to communicate.

Limited capacity.


Students: Julia Bauer, Joan Griset, Alba Paituví, Josep Pijuan and Debora Stysova
Tutors: Jan Mech
Collaborators: Montse Amenós, Francesc Rodelles, Elisabet Castells and Maria Domènech

 

 


I

Cyclus

Can Picó
(Carrer de Pere IV, 58)

 

UPC, Polytechnic University of Catalonia. Master’s Degree in Lighting Design
#cyclus #upcschool

www.talent.upc.edu

After the Can Picó building was renovated, it was converted into the cooperative Biciclot, which revolves around the world of the bicycle. Cyclus explores the relationship between the movement of a bicycle and the path of light, using the terrace of the building as a stage. This light choreography is a staging of the eternal pursuit of the tireless front white light by the flashing rear red light with the accompaniment of sounds reminiscent of the world of cycling.


Students: M. Isabel Cevallos, Marta Fernández, Ricardo E. Fonseca, Luis A. Fuentes, Felipe Huerta, Alejandra Kuri, Estefanía Martí, M. Celeste Mazzuco, J. Felipe Ortiz, Florencia Pérez, Alberto Rodríguez
Tutors: Matteo Ferroni, Susana Barea
Collaborators: Simon
Sponsors: Erco, Iguzzini, Lutron
Special mention: Biciclot

 

 


J

Entremurs

 

Carrer de Pujades, 55

 

IED Barcelona - Higher School of Design
#ENTREMURS #IEDBarcelona

www.iedbarcelona.es

A space full of contrasts that attest to evolution over time, Entremurs tells the story of the life of a wall through the layers and scars left by history. In this itinerary, the public will be accompanied by their own shadows, symbol of a history constructed by humans which, as they change colour, contribute to creating the future. This is participatory project which vibrates, beats and transforms thanks to the attending public.


Authors: Camilla Morandi, Valentina Maria Grazia Loffa, Elena Rubio, Maïté Cayuelas, Máximo Scopinaro, Andreu Martí, Paola Medina, Gaia Pantalone, Igor Socheleau
Tutors: Michela Mezzavilla and Raffaella Perrone
Collaborators: Juanra Valladares
Special mention: Fundació g3tsl

 

 


N

Punt zero

Carrer de Pamplona, 113

 

Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC)-Barcelona Centre for Contemporary Culture (CCCB) Master’s Degree in Design and Creation of Spaces
#puntzero

www.facebook.com/MasterDisenoYProduccionDeEspacios/

Punt zero evokes the moment of the initial explosion from which we were created, freezing the instant immediately after this explosion and visualising the physical traces left by human existence. Punt zero invites spectators to reflect on the footprint their personal existence has left to find the turning point from which they can start to rethink their role in the universe.

Limited capacity.


Alumnes: Adriana Aguayo, Andrea Arévalo, Augusto Cilintano, Cristina Ortega, Carolina Idarraga, Claudia Carhuayo, Consuelo Coumerme, Daniela Vélez, German Ramírez, Irati Zabalo, Jesús Mas Wendt, Jordi Rocaspana, Juan Pablo Ramírez, Juana Moscoso, Laura Camacho, Manel Drareni, Maria Camila Ramírez, Maria Cecilia Molina, Maria Emilia Losano, Maria Fernanda Aguirre, Maria Jose Garcia, Milagros Ramírez, Marianela Gonzales, Mauricio Moreno, Míriam Cano, Nicolas Molina, Romina Rapp, Ruth Baches, Stella Simioni i Veronica Fernández
Tutors: Josep Ricart i Coque Claret
Acknowledgements: Hotel Capri by Fraser, ALEA

 


17

Sandbox

At the intersection of Carrer de Tànger and Carrer de Pamplona

 

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
#sandbox

Sandbox is a large-scale interactive installation comprised of a tray of sand on which small projections of the people that are in the same floorspace can be seen. When the participants try to touch these little phantoms, a camera detects their hands and re-transmits the live images to two of the brightest projectors in the world hung from a hoist, projecting the hands onto the ground in enormous dimensions.


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I.Cono

Passatge de Ratés

 

 

Massana School
#i-cono

 

 

www.escolamassana.cat

Chimneys are one of the few witnesses to Poblenou’s past, making them an unquestionable symbol of this neighbourhood. From an industrial project to a technological one, they are the proof of a golden past that is being re-lived. In I.Cono, a chimney appears stripped of bricks and draped in reflections, evoking the rekindled memory of a neighbourhood that pulsates with energy.


Alumnes: Meritxell Romano, Sira Plans, Zseraldin V. Rétháti, Maialen Elorza Otaegui, Berta Ballestín, Sidney Latil de Ros, M. José Escobar, Addil El Merabet, Belén Mure, i Aritz Rodríguez
Tutors: Diego Ramos, Jordi Canudas i Ricardo Marsicano
Acknowledgements: Ecology, Urban Planning and Mobility Area – Waste Management and Cleaning Department

 


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Geometry of Light

Pavelló Mies van der Rohe
(Avinguda de Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 7)

 

Iker Gil i Luftwerk (Petra Bachmaier i Sean Gallero)
#geometryoflight #miesbcn

Nightfall to 20:00h 

Geometry of Light is an immersive light and sound installation that enhances and transforms the architectural and material elements of the Mies van der Rohe pavilion in Barcelona. It has been conceived as a contemporary lens that magnifies the essential characteristics of this masterpiece of architecture.

https://miesbcn.com/ca/calendari/inauguracio-geometry-of-light-by-luftwerk-iker-gil/
Photo Credit: Kate Joyce  - Social Attribution: @fundaciomies 


www.luftwerk.net | @_luftwerk

www.mas-studio.com | @MASContext

www.miesbcn.com


OFFLlumBCN'19

The Off Llum BCN 19 is back. Discover an alternative itinerary put together by some of the members of Poblenou Urban District. As night falls, the neighbourhood's artistic and creative venues will light up the streets and present small-format light shows for the festival. 

Places that are usually closed to the public, such as the Palo Alto Foundation, will open their doors with light shows that will surprise their visitors. Art galleries and museums such as L&B, Manifest Destiny Art, La Plataforma, Chez Xefo and Can Framis will reinvent their exhibitions, adapting them for the Llum festival. Restaurants like El Quinto will serve up a combination of light and cuisine. Design and production studios such as Carpintectura, Nodo and Story will put their imagination on display, to the delight of passers-by.

Narrative, design and art come together for an itinerary that aims to showcase the latent creativity hidden behind the neighbourhood's walls. Illuminated retro structures, sculptures with video-mapping, illumination and audiovisuals will proclaim that Llum Barcelona is back in Poblenou once again.

The hidden face of Llum BCN 19 will be out on the streets, in everyday places that form part of the Poblenou neighbourhood.



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  • Artistic Installations/Schools

  • Installation 19*

  • Gastronomic spot Van Van Llum

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  • Gastronomic spot with the suport of Free Damm

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