A collective exhibition of sound installations about the concept of “time” includes an immersive interactive experience inspired on space-time and gravitational waves, produced by three artists and curated by the platform Eufonia, in collaboration with the Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço (IA).
Prisma Studio, in Lisbon is the space for an interdisciplinary reflection about time, placing art and science in dialogue. In particular, the immersive and participatory installation that gives the name to the exhibition, Larghissimo, invites visitors to use their body and movement as materials to interact with audible rhythms, in an experience that is an analogy for the gravitational waves “symphony” of the Universe.
ARARA, ATELIER FRANCESCO, MATTHIAS DZIWAK, RIJK KRUIJER, WILLIAM PRIMETT
- 5 May : 17h00- 21h30
- 6 – 7 May : 17h00- 21h30
- 8 – 9 May : 11h00 – 13h00
- 10 May : 14h00- 18h00
- Space capacity (indoor/outdoor): 15 visitors.
- Main installation capacity: 4 visitors.
- Wearing a face mask is mandatory.
- Maintain a minimum social distance of 2 metres.
IA acknowledges the support of “Gwstrings: Probing cosmic strings and other topological defects with gravitational waves”,
Rua da Palma, 268