“LUX” is a brand-new hybrid multi-sensory group exhibition being held in The Strand, in London, in collaboration with SUUM Project and Fact Magazine. Announced as a new wave of contemporary art, “LUX” blurs the boundaries between art and technology, between the physical and virtual world.
Showcasing the artwork of a dozen artists and collectives from all around the globe, the exhibition offers an immersive and interactive experience, where ordinary spaces become ethereal paradises.
The Strand’s brutalists rooms have become home to 13 massive installations that combine state-of-the-art audio and sound technologies.
From artificial intelligence, 3D projection mapping, generative and interactive algorithms, to dimensional sound and optical illusions, and quantum computing… “LUX” steps outside the box and sets the beginning of a new kind of innovative, artistic experiences.
This type of use of technology has never been seen before, it’s a pioneering exhibition, no doubt.
Among the 12 featured artists and collectives, we can find Es Devlin (BLUESKYWHITE), Refik Anadol (Renaissance Generative Dreams), Cecilia Bengolea (Favorite Positions), Carsten Nicolai, Cao Yuxi, Random International, Hito Steyerl and Universal Everything.
The exhibition is curated by Jiyoon Lee 一Director of SUUM Project一 and sponsored by LG, as part of its ongoing series LG OLED ART, which aims to support artists and bring them the opportunity to unleash their creative potential.
Dates: from October 13th to December 18th, 2021
Address: 180 The Strand, 180 Strand, Temple, London WC2R 1EA
Tickets: Adults £18 (approximately $24 USD) / Concessions £13 (approximately $18 USD)
Speaking of which, take a look at Sou Fujimoto mixed-reality installation at London Design Festival 2021.