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"LUX" Is an Immersive Art Display on View at 180 the Strand London

Featuring the work of Es Devlin, Refik Anadol and more.

“LUX” is a new multi-sensory group exhibition at London’s 180 The Strand. In conjunction with SUUM Project and Fact Magazine, a dozen leading media artists, including the likes of Es Devlin and Refik Anadol, showcase immservie displays that further blurs the line between art and technology.

Split between physical and virtual installations, The Strand’s brutalist spaces are transformed into an ethereal wonderland. Anadol, who recently partnered with BVLGARI on Serpenti Metamorphosis, presents the UK premiere of Renaissance Generative Dreams, which uses over a million historical artworks made during the Renaissance and processes them into an algorithm that creates mesmerizing data-driven sculptures that adapts to the site-specific architecture.

Further into the gallery and you can find Devlin’s ethereal BLUESKYWHITE, along with Carsten Nicolai‘s transcendent unicolor. Curated by Jiyoon Lee and sponsored by LG, “LUX: New Wave of Contemporary Art” can be viewed until December 18 for £18 GBP for an adult ticket. Please visit The Strand’s website to reserve your spot. See the full list of artists exhibiting below.

In case you missed it, the British Museum discovered the oldest ghost drawing in history.

180 The Strand
180 Strand, Temple,
London WC2R 1EA

Artist List:

Refik Anadol
Je Baak
Cecilia Bengolea
Cao Yuxi
Es Devlin
iart
Julianknxx
Carsten Nicolai
Random International
Hito Steyerl
Universal Everything

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