An image from ’77 Milion Paintings’

Brian Eno: a world with millions of images

Within the framework of the Sónar festival, Eno’s ‘Lightforms / Soundforms’ at Arts Santa Mònica is his most complete exhibition.

Last year, Brian Eno appeared as a speaker in the Sónar festival’s opening day conference and this year he’s back again, this time as a visual artist. Until October, Arts Santa Mònica is set to host the exhibition ‘Lightforms / Soundforms’, a synthesis of Eno’s visual digital work.

In recent years, the language that has interested Eno the most is the generative process: how computer programs, software, can create works that develop in ways that cannot be predicted by the artist, resulting in artworks that experience a state of permanent transformation. An iconic example of this approach is ‘77 Million Paintings’, which can be seen on the second floor of the centre. Other important elements in the exhibition are the Light Boxes on the first floor – light paintings in constant evolution.

Admission to the exhibition, which can be seen at Arts Santa Mònica until 1 October, is free.

Publication date: Friday, 09 June 2017
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