This exhibition was a collaboration between art and science/technique – which is like my favourite things in the world. It contained ‘installations’ from 12 different artists.
Here's a description of my favourite piece, which you unfortunately weren’t allowed to take pictures of. Elias Crespin – ”Plano Flexionante Circular”, 2012:
“Elias Crespin’s brilliant work gracefully moves and floats, as if life had been breathed into it. In reality, the dance is choreographed by computer-controlled motors linked to the slim steel structures by nylon thread. The slow movement of the metal is both supple and subject to turbulence. Waves, distortions, coming together, moving apart: imperceptibly, we go from the disintegration of one form to the birth of another in an infinite movement. Elias Crespin says that his aim, in all his works, is to create a movement that is “fluid, curvilinear, organic and aquatic”. The contemplation of the ballet that is “Plano Flexionate Circular” is proof of this, and an experience both visual and sensorial.”