•When night falls, the light transforms the Poblenou neighborhood of Barcelona into a research laboratory at the service of artists from all over the world. Creators who use light, movement, virtual reality or artificial intelligence to explore new forms and meanings in public space and expand the limits of our perceptions. Dare to challenge your senses in a high intensity sensory experience and join a collective experiment that seeks new models of participation and coexistence.
•The most important names on the international scene, such as Luke Jerram, the United Visual Artists studio, Kurt Hentschläger or Antoni Arola, to name a few of the 23 artists participating in Llum BCN 2020, join the schools of art, design, lighting and architecture of Barcelona, in a great event that defies conventions and claims that light, digital technology or moving image can be part of the urban landscape of the city without being at the service of its commercialization.
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