Thu 28 Feb 2019 17:00 at Pervasive Media Studio
Submerge Talks 1: Between Images & Sound – Guillaume Marmin
We are delighted to host this talk by French visual Artist, Guillaume Marmin as part Submerge Festival, a bold & diverse programme of immersive shows, installations & experiences happening across Bristol.
Guillaume Marmin is a french visual artist whose immersive works in public space are created in collaboration between architects, musicians and lighting designers. Presented for the first time in the UK at Arnolfini Gallery, his latest work “Licht, Mehr Licht!” explores the links between light, sound and space and the effects of light on our sensations.
For Licht, Mehr Licht! Marmin developed a new light projector with ultra narrow beam capabilities. In this artist talk he will reveal the history and processes behind his extensive audiovisual works; and introduce the technologies developed to support his artistic vision.
Tickets for this event are free, go here to book.
This talk is part of Submerge Festival, to read more about Submerge and check out the rest of the programme go here.
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