The “Music+Arts” exhibition in the Mobile World Centre has been extended

The exhibition, which focusses on the latest trends in art, music and digital culture, can be seen up until the 17th of February

Due to popular demand, the Mobile World Centre organisers have decided to extend the exhibition Music+Arts up until the 17th of February. Since its inauguration on the 21st of October last year, the exhibition, which focusses on the latest trends in art, music and digital culture, has been visited by over 7000 people, a figure that significantly exceeds the initial expectations of the organisers.

Up until the middle of February, then, the exhibition will maintain its central theme, New Realities, consisting of twelve interactive installations designed to explore the extant artistic and cultural landscape through the collective efforts of more than thirty artists, designers and musicians from the world over in an effort to offer a reflection on the integration of the digital world into our society.

One of the most popular pieces in the exhibition is the installation The Highest Human Tower, which proposes the creation of the highest human tower ever. Inspired by the local tradition of “castells” (Catalan human towers), the piece already boasts the participation of 1741 people with an overall height of 2600 metres. The Music+Arts organisers foresee additional parallel events and performances over the coming weeks.

Music+Arts

When: until February 17th

Price: free

Where: Mobile World Centre

More information here

Publication date: Monday, 19 January 2015
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