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Luminale – Biennial for Light Art and Urban Design

Frankfurt shines again!

The Luminale Festival of Light has been taking place every two years in Frankfurt and the Rhine-Main region since 2002. Founded as a supporting program to the Light+Building, the international trade fair for light and building technology, today, with over 200,000  → Read more

Termin: March 18 - 23, 2018

Adresse: Frankfurt and Offenbach

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teamLab | 2016 | Interactive Digital Installation, Endless

PETER WEIBEL: Messages of Light :: Light as Information

Light is a message of the universe

The pleonasm ‘without the light there would be no cosmos, and without the light there would be no human race’ is consequently as fundamentally true as that of the information theory perspective being superfluous. The thousands of years old myths of the metaphysics of light have, in this causal correspondence their source, which, in some examples, ought to become clear. Firstly an example from the history of …  → Read more



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Along the Via Culturalis in Cologne

Across the city of Cologne, the exhibition COLLUMINA runs as a temporary course with works by international artists who work with light as material, medium or metaphor. COLLUMINA is the second exhibition project focusing on light in installations and interventions .. (Article in the current issue of ArtLight by Bettina Pelz and Ralf-P. Seippel) → Read more

Termin: 22. März 2018, 18.00 Uhr, Opening Museum für Angewandte Kunst Cologne

Adresse: via culturalis in Köln/DE

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A curious journey between nostalgia and the future

Following the success of ¡DARK! (2015/16), the Centre for International Light Art Unna is now presenting the radiant special exhibition ¡BRIGHT!, featuring fascinating objects and installations by Pedro Cabrita Reis, Björn Dahlem, Molitor & Kuzmin, and Volkhard Kempter. → Read more


Adresse: November 25, 2017 – April 11, 2018

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Pretty on Pink | Éminences Grises in Jewellery

Pink Light

The exhibition lives from confrontation. It focuses the colour grey in jewellery, which shows distinguished restraint and cool brilliance. This means renouncing the warm shine of gold. Gold stands for the light of the sun, the divine and wealth – silver for the cool light of the moon. Grey, a classy understatement, is in this exhibition contrasted with pink – a strong, intense pink, changing between purple, magenta or fuchsia. → Read more

Termin: October 27, 2017 to April 2, 2018

Adresse: Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim | Jahnstraße 42 | 75173 Pforzheim, Germany

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