Mario Pasqualotto. Big Bang Building Light!

An intervention presented in the framework of the Llum Barcelona festival and the festivities of Santa Eulalia that proposes to highlight with lines and points of light the main architectural elements that generate the open spaces and horizontal and vertical surfaces of the Pavilion, as well as the process of its accelerated design and construction. Big Bang Building also values, at the hours without sun, the environments sculpted by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich, with a dynamism through various lighting sequences.

Big Bang Building Light! by Mario Pasqualotto is presented in collaboration with Simon and ProtoPixel. A new view that joins the program of interventions in the Pavilion, which acts as a way to maintain active interpretations and make sense of the news of the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion.

“The intervention proposes highlighting with lines and points of light the main architectural elements generating the diaphanous spaces and walls of the Pavilion, as well as the process of its accelerated design and construction. It also intends to value, at the hours without sun, the environments sculpted by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich, with dynamism through various sequences of lighting and light silence that allow, in turn, to attend a spontaneous redrawing with light from the pencil strokes at the virtual moment of the design of the podium, roofs, walls and glazed elements called to configure the representative environments”

Fernando Ramos

Mario Pasqualotto, born in Barcelona 1953, is an artist of very wide interests: his creative activity encompasses many different fields of the plastic arts. Installations, performances, sculpture, painting, jewelry and graphic arts all come together in a rich, long and outstanding career.

Big Bang Building Light! from Fundacio Mies van der Rohe on Vimeo.

 

Date

8-2-2020 < 12-2-2020 + 14-2-2020< 16-2-2020, 18:30h - 20:00h

Organised with

Llum Barcelona

 

With the collaboration of
Simon
Protopixel

 

With the presence of

Place

Mies van der Rohe Pavilion

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