“Spatial Installations From Incidents Of Lights And Shadows Applied In Architecture Teaching” presented by Escandón, Roldán and Luna

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  • Light Art

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  • Spatial Installations From Incidents Of Lights And Shadows Applied In Architecture Teaching

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  • The use of light and shadow as natural compositional elements in art and architecture has been a tradition in the ancient and modern world, constituting part of the understanding of spatiality, the generation of environments and the relationship of the environment with the living space. In recent times, the emergence of technological resources has led to the use of artificial light, as a diversifying device that generates different possibilities of re-configuration of spaces. This has allowed spatial interventions to arise from the reflection of light altering the ways of how it is perceived, communicated and interacted with the architectural and artistic forms ordered by light. These manifestations allow that from the educative surroundings incentive spaces of experimentation that potentiate the spatial thought, from the handling and understanding of compositional criteria and the understanding of the representation of the light and the shade in the architectural space.

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