Over the last few months, the Hungarian Academy in Rome has presented the solo show of polyhedric artist Nicolas Schöffer, pioneer of kinetic art, and the light sculpture installation Fracture by a Hungarian collective, Glowing Bulbs. Established in 1998, Glowing Bulbs emerged from the vibrant artistic underground in Budapest and is currently a key player in the Hungarian visual arts scene and is now based in Budapest and New York.
In previous years, Glowing Bulbs have created several video mapping and panoramic image projections, live VJ sets and performances, music videos, short films and video installations. Their work has been exhibited in various festivals, galleries and museums across Hungary, the United States, China, the UK, Spain, France, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Austria, Slovakia and Romania.
The installation Fracture was presented in December 2018 in conjunction with the first edition of Fotonica, an art Festival exploring art forms focused on ‘light’.
On Thursday, January 24, 2019 is the last day to visit Nicolas Schöffer’s monographic and Glowing Bulbs’ installation, with a live sound performance by Rozi Mákó.
Luce in movimento – solo show by Nicolas (Miklós) Schöffer
Lights Sculpture ”Facture” – light installation by GLOWING BULBS,
Rozi Mákó, live performance, 23 gennaio, 2019, ore 20.00
Finissage at the Hungarian Academy in Rome for Nicolas Schöffer’s solo show and Glowing Bulbs installation, with the live performance by Rozi Mákó
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GLOWING BULBS, Rozi Mákó