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11 FEBRUARY 2015

Squidsoup's Submergence light installation at Mexico Visual Art Week

"'Submergence', work by the Squidsoup collective, will be the only indoor piece in all of the [Mexico City] 2015 VAW festival, envisioned for a closed space. Like the name of the piece suggests, 'Submergence' proposes the audience to be immersed, inviting to stroll through it, which in an interactive process produces changes in the intensity of the lights, colors and sound expressions. With a narrative path composed of 4 parts of approximately 5 minutes each, an abstract story slowly takes shape with great poetic weight and added to the mutations that the audience contributes with their movements. The transition through subtle atmospheres introduces us to a magical and unreal world. Beyond the multiple meanings the spectator can perceive in free interaction with 'Submergence', the experience is key in itself, the possibilities this piece offers to perceive and enjoy all the senses at once."

(Museo Jumex)




2015 • 3D pixel matrix • abstract story • abstract virtual environment • art exhibitionartist collectiveartworkatmospheric • atmospheric effects • closed space • floating in spaceimmersive experienceimmersive worksinteractive artworkinteractive light fieldLED lightingLiam Birtleslight art • light art festival • light fieldlight installationlight sculptureMexico City • Museo Jumex • Ocean of Light (artwork) • otherworldlinesspixel matrixpoints of lightpresenceresponsive light installationresponsive sound installation • spatialised pixels • Squidsoup (collective) • Submergence (2015) • VAW festival • Visual Art Week 2015 • Visual Art Week MX • visual spectacle


Simon Perkins
21 OCTOBER 2011

Rien a Cacher Rien a Craindre

"As the first artists in residence at la Gaîté lyrique in Paris, UVA created Rien a Cacher / Rien a Craindre, a series of responsive light and sound installations that together seduced and unsettled visitors in a unique way.

Exploring the unexamined assumption that digital technology is moving us towards utopia, UVA created a visitor experience simultaneously celebrating and critiquing the brave new world of the digital.

Over 14.000 people saw the installation over six days from 1–6 March 2011."

(United Visual Artists)



2011artist in residenceassumptionsbrave new worlddigital technologydigital world • Gaite lyrique • installationlightlight artlight installationlight sculptureParisresponsive light installationresponsive sound installation • Rien a Cacher • Rien a Craindre • sound installationspectacleUnited Visual Artists • unsettling • utopia • UVA • visitor experience


Simon Perkins

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