Go Back

HALO II, 2021

VENIVIDIMULTIPLEX have created a brand new edition of their installation HALO for Noor Riyadh 2021. HALO II refers to the sun as the greatest source of light and warmth that shapes the conditions for life on our planet. A halo is an optical phenomenon produced by light interacting with crystals in the atmosphere. On a spiritual and cultural level, the halo has a universal place in symbolizing a sacred being. HALO II lifts visitors up for precious moments and lets them universally dream thanks to an abstract yet comprehensive experience, with a dynamic light sequence that reaches its climax when the installation is fully lit.

 

Riyadh Front

HALO II, 2021

VENIVIDIMULTIPLEX

Netherlands

VENIVIDIMULTIPLEX (est. 2012) was founded by Joost van Bergen, Dirk Schlebusch and Onne Walsmit. They met during their years at the Academy of Architecture in Amsterdam where they graduated in 2008 and have been working together since 2002.

As VENIVIDIMULTIPLEX, they work on a wide range of architectural, interior and conceptual design projects, as well as interdisciplinary interactive installations. With each project VENIVIDIMULTIPLEX enters new and exciting worlds, learning new skills and new techniques. This approach has resulted in world travelling interactive light installations like the Lightbattle (Amsterdam Light Festival 2013).

Upcoming dates

18/03/2021 — 03/04/2021

SEE MORE ARTISTS

Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama (b.1929) is an avant-garde artist and novelist. She has created fantastical paintings using polka dots and nets as motifs since childhood. Working energetically on new art pieces, she plays an active part in artistic activities, often traveling the world for exhibitions of her works.

SEE ARTIST Arrow
Ahmed Mater

Ahmed Mater

Ahmed Mater (b. 1979) is a Saudi physician turned conceptual artist, whose work documents and scrutinises the realities of contemporary Saudi Arabia.

SEE ARTIST Arrow
Ahmad Angawi

Ahmad Angawi

Ahmad Angawi (b. 1981) is a multidisciplinary creative and educator from Makkah. He is inspired by the rich and diverse culture of Hejaz in the western region of Saudi Arabia, and his work revolves around the human condition while also paying homage to culture, heritage and environment.

SEE ARTIST Arrow
SEE ALL
About Explore

Explore Riyadh

Riyadh Art’s ten programs and two festivals turn the city into a creative canvas, bringing public art to the spaces where people travel, work and play.

Explore Now

Get In Touch

We are here to answer all your questions and help you to immerse yourself in the Riyadh Art experience.

Connect