Games with light
Eli Sirlin / Alfredo Siarez / Luis Bolster / Juan Martin Pozzo / Sebastián Evangelista
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We invite the participants of EILD and the inhabitants of the city to experience the light in a playful way, interacting with spaces and lighting systems that are offered to enjoy light and its possibilities for dialogue and play.
Light is something that happens to us permanently, signifies and shows itself in a natural way and for that reason intentionally stimulating us reveals its full potential.
For the communication with and of the light it is important to approach the public in a heuristic way, and we understand the game as that possibility of connection between light and people. For that we propose series of interactive models, where people immerse themselves in light, activate light or relate light with other languages spontaneously. We use the game as spontaneous operator of that articulation. Light activates our sensations and allows us to bond with her in an original and personal way, fun and surprising.
Game 1 – Light sauna:
Game 2 – Concert of light
Game 3 – Images in play
Game 4 – Interactive light wall
Coordination: Eli Sirlin
Architect UBA, and Professor graduated from the National School of Fine Arts, a professional member of IALD, has specialized since 1990 in lighting design, working both in architecture and in shows and artistic actions with light.
Her works can be seen in the City of Buenos Aires and in several cities of Argentina.
She has 30 years of experience in the teaching of lighting design, being Director of the career “Design of lighting shows” at the UNA and lecturer of “Lighting Design” at the Faculty of Architecture of the UBA.
Invited to give workshops, seminars and conferences in Argentina and abroad, she has published, among others, the book “Light in the Theater”, edited by the INT, Prize Theater of the World in Essay. For her artistic work she has been awarded several awards in show lighting (ACE, Florencio Sánchez, Teatro del Mundo, Trinidad Guevara, María Guerrero, Konex to the trajectory).
Collaborators of games: Alfredo Siarez, Luis Bolster, Sebastián Evangelista.
The game coordinators are professors and students graduated from the National University of the Arts, where the prototypes of the games were made. All have great experience in interactive lighting installations and articulation of various technological languages with light. They also articulate installation and lighting programming through various protocols
Exhibition Schedule: Wednesday 20th from 8PM to 12PM
Thurday 21st from 8PM and 9:30 PM and 10PMto 12PM
Friday 22nd from 8PM and 9:30 PM and 10PMto 12PM
Sáturday, 23rd exhibition from 8:30PM to 9:30 PM