MÉRIDA, Yucatán, (December 16, 2021).- Starting this Friday you will be able to visit the new exhibition at the Filux Lab gallery called Krypton , which brings together a group of multidisciplinary creators who work on the art of light, from different visual and object proposals.
Filux Lab opened its doors in Mérida in January 2019 before the coronavirus pandemic.
The Krypton sample is the third to be exhibited in the place, since from January 2019 to November 2020 there was a welcome collection, while from November 2020 to February 2021 there was the exhibition called Dream Aquifers.
Starting this Friday, the Krypton exhibition opens to the public, which will run until April 2022 .
Unpublished work on Krypton
According to information on the Filux Lab page, in the selection made for this exhibition, there is an unpublished sculptural work to be premiered at Filux Lab, by the international Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero.
Other works that can be enjoyed
There will also be a photographic series of light boxes by the French-Vietnamese photographer Irene Khiet and an immersive installation of reflective glass by the American designer Orfeo Quagliata.
Also, a 3d animation by the Mexican artist Josué Abraham, a video art by the Japanese filmmaker Yupica and two interactive hybrid sculptures by the Canadian visual artist Terrence John.
Similarly, a sensory installation of ephemeral objects by Argentine artist Máximo González, and some intervened and mounted photographs by photographer DJ Pierre Blaise.
Krypton’s sound design is made by Mexican composer and multimedia artist Diego Cano.
Visiting days and hours at Filux Lab
This gallery is open from Friday to Sunday, from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. The place is located on Calle 64 # 383, between 45 and 47 in the Centro de Mérida neighborhood.
The cost of general admission for all ages is $ 50 pesos . Attendees are asked for mandatory face masks and it is not necessary to reserve.
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