Karolina Halatek (b. 1985) is a Polish artist who uses light as the central medium in her work to create experiential site-specific spaces that incorporate visual, architectural and sculptural elements.
Karolina Halatek (b. 1985) is a Polish artist who uses light as her work’s primary medium to create experiential site-specific spaces that incorporate visual, architectural and sculptural elements. Seeing her work primarily as a catalyst for experience, Halatek creates installations that have immersive characteristics which are often the result of collaborations with quantum physicists, superstring theorists and precision mechanical engineers.
Halatek’s installations have been exhibited internationally including Cloud Square, Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis (2018); Terminal, Aufstiege Light Art Festival, Stuttgart (2016); and Scanner Room, Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw (2014).
Carlos Monge (b. 1947) lives between Mexico and Spain. He is the Mexican and Spanish representative of the International Association for Monumental Sculpture Events (AIESM). Monge has participated in 100+ symposiums around the world since 1990.SEE ARTIST
Robert Wilson (b. 1941) is among the world’s foremost theater and visual artists. His works unconventionally integrate a wide variety of artistic media, including dance, movement, lighting, sculpture, music and text.SEE ARTIST
Angelo Bonello (b. 1971) is an Italian artist whose visual capacity and stylistic approach is based on the dimensional distortion of scenic space and landscape.SEE ARTIST
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