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LUX: New Wave of Contemporary Art extended due to unprecedented demand

LUX the major exhibition of contemporary media art featuring the artists: a’strict, Refik Anadol, Je Baak, Cecilia Bengolea, Cao Yuxi, Es Devlin, iart studio, Julian Knxx, Carsten Nicolai,  Random International, Hito Steyerl, Universal Everything has been extended due to unprecedented demand.

LUX – New Wave of Contemporary Art Installation shot Photo: Jack Hems Courtesy 180 Studios

“The public response to LUX has been incredible, with every timeslot for the show selling out – so much so that we’ve decided to extend the exhibition for another month to give even more people the chance to see the show”

Sean Bidder, Fact magazine and 180 Studios
LUX – New Wave of Contemporary Art Installation shot Photo: Jack Hems Courtesy 180 Studios

Featuring 13 large-scale installations, LUX brings together 12 of the world’s most celebrated new media artists and collectives working with the latest audio-visual technologies to expand the boundaries of interactive and immersive art and blur the lines between the physical and virtual worlds.  

The exhibition features several newly commissioned works, including BLUESKYWHITE, a  large-scale site-specific installation by Es Devlin; Black Corporeal (Breathe), a critical examination on the relationship between materiality and the black psyche by Julian Knxx;  a new kinetic media sculpture Flower Meadow by Swiss studio for media architecture iart;  and new work Morando by celebrated Korean collective a’strict plus the UK premiere of Renaissance Generative Dreams by Refik Anadol.

LUX: New Wave of Contemporary Art  180 Studios, 180 The Strand, London 7th January – 6th February 2022
Book Tickets Here LUX is produced by 180 Studios, SUUM Project and Fact magazine

LUX – New Wave of Contemporary Art Installation shot Photo: Jack Hems Courtesy 180 Studios

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