Visit Arts & Design Exhibition in Evoluon

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The Evoluon is a remarkable building in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, in the shape of a flying saucer.

Between 1966 and 1989 it was a museum dedicated to science and technology erected by the electronics and electrical company Philips at Eindhoven in the Netherlands in 1966. Since its construction, it has become a is an event and conference centre, and a landmark and symbol for the city of Eindhoven..

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EVO-LUMEN: The Evolution of Light in Art & Design    From 14 April 2017 there's an exhibition taking place about the Evolution of Light in Arts & Design. Daily from 14:00-20:00. Entrance is free.   More info: https://evo-lumen.com/ 

EVO LUMEN

EVO-LUMEN: The Evolution of Light in Art & Design. This exhibition shows more than 100 artworks, 4 documentaries and many historical lighting products in the Brainport landmark: the Evoluon. Together they tell the story of 'The Big Bang', how humanity began to create fire, torches, oil, gas and incandescent bulbs until the development of interactive LED lighting.

The exhibition includes artworks such as light sculptures, lighting installations, paintings and charts of top artists including Brauce Nauman, Titia Ex, Jeroen Henneman, Nicolas Schoeffer, Jan Dibbets and many others.

From 14 April 2017, the exhibition is available daily from 14:00 to 20:00 for free.

* Limited access on: May 20, June 5, June 8th.

A children's lab has been opened every Saturday and Sunday for children from 10 years of age: a lab for young researchers where they can experiment with light.

EVO-LUMEN is a collaboration with Van Abbe Museum, Evoluon, Light Art Center, NEMO, Philips Historic Products and others. More information? Visit the special website  https://evo-lumen.com/ 


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