Radiant Voids

TEC ART x Lumus Instruments x Katoenhuis: Radiant Voids

Enter the realm of Radiant Voids, an exhibition at the junction of art and technology that manifests amid the massive emptiness of the monumental Cotton House in the M4H area. Digital phenomena infiltrate the physical world and illuminate the way. Traverse vast spaces that are transmorphed with audiovisual installations into a sensory experience of warped perceptions and distorted realities. Do not be afraid, the outside world will (hopefully) continue to exist.

Radiant Voids takes place inside of the spaces of Katoenhuis Rotterdam. Experience audiovisual installations that warp perceptions and distorted realities. Features works of Dutch new media artists Lumus Instruments, Boris Acket, Robin Beekman, Elsemarijn Bruys, Timo Lejeune, and Simone Smelt.

About Radiant Voids

Radiant Voids is a collaboration between TEC ART, artist collective Lumus Instruments and Katoenhuis - Immersive Experience Hub.

Participating artists: Lumus Instruments, Boris Acket, Robin Beekman, Elsemarijn Bruys, Timo Lejeune, Simone Smelt

TEC ART is an initiative by PLANETART, a Bis institution that organises tec and art projects of international stature throughout the Netherlands. Annual visitor magnets are the renowned GOGBOT Festival in Enschede and TEC ART Festival in Rotterdam.

Katoenhuis - Immersive Experience Hub originated from the iconic historic Katoenloodsen Van Bennekum's Port of Rotterdam, and is located in the heart of the Rotterdam Makers District - M4H. The Katoenhuis is a 6,000 m² IX hub, bringing together artists, technology companies and educational institutions to work with, and on immersive technologies.

Lumus Instruments is a multidisciplinary collective working with light, sound and structure in various forms of installation art and scenography. The studio is led by Timo Lejeune, Julius Oosting and Timothy Hendriks. They have a fascination with physical manifestations of computational technology and work continuously on various site-specific technological installations.

Opening times
Wednesday January 31 from 11:00 to 21:00

Thursday February 1 from 11:00 to 21:00

Friday February 2 from 11:00 to 16:00 and from 20:00 - 22:00

Saturday February 3 from 11:00 to 21:00

Sunday February 4 from 11:00 to 17:00

free entry

visiting address: Keilestraat 9c, 3029 BP Rotterdam



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