Laboratorio de luz. UPV

Since 1990, Laboratorio de Luz, located at the School of Fine Arts of Valencia, works as a space for encounter, study and research into aesthetic and expressive principles related to image-light. At present, members of the laboratory come from a variety of backgrounds and their number changes depending on the projects being developed at any given time: working between the collective and the individual, between university research and art practice, between project production and the dissemination of texts, as a space open to all those who want to develop their work under the umbrella of this cross-disciplinary structure. In the specific case of the Modulador de Luz 3.0 project, Laboratorio de Luz comprised Amparo Carbonell, Salomé Cuesta, Maribel Doménech, Dolores Furió, Carlos García Miragall, Trinidad Gracia, Moisés Mañas, Emilio Martínez, María José Martínez de Pisón, Emanuele Mazza, Dolores Piqueras, Francisco Sanmartín, Ulrike Gollner and Jeldrik Schmuch.

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