Collective exhibition curated by Stefano Fake and Savina Tarsitano in the occasion of Loop City Screen
Grand Opening: 10.11.2022 from 19.30h to 21:30h
Exhibition Dates: from 11.11.2022 to the 25.11.2022
Opening Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 16:00-20:00
Immersive Art is an art form that aims to immerse the viewer inside the work of art itself. The visitor is stimulated and involved through light, sound, images and animated graphics. The artist’s goal is to create a space that is a “container of emotions”, a place that generates a seamless sensorial flow.
artistic direction of Stefano Fake.
Stefano Fake is an Italian artist and video designer who creates installations using video projections, films, photographs, sculptures, paintings, computer graphics and interactive technologies. He is among the leading exponents of Immersive Art, which aims to immerse the viewer within the artwork itself. In 2001 he began making immersive art installations, of which he became one of the world’s leading exponents with exhibitions visited b more than 5 million global viewers. Since 2019 he has been the creator and artistic director of the FARNESINA Digital Art Experience project, which promotes the work of more than 25 Italian digital art studios specializing in video mapping and immersive art. / www.thefakefactory.art; www.stefanofake.art
LOOP is a platform dedicated to the stud and promotion of the moving image. Founded in 2003, since its creation it offers a specialized audience a curated selection of video-related contents from challenging perspectives. While teaming up with an international communit of artists, curators, gallerists, collectors and institution directors to develop projects which aim to explore the capacities of video and film in today’s contemporar art discourses, it annuall hosts LOOP Barcelona. The Festival presents a series of proposals related to moving image creation in the form of exhibitions, screenings and live performances around the city.
More about Farnesina Digital Art Experience here
Videos of the Exhibition at Espronceda: