BYBEAU is an International Design Studio specialised in high end lighting installations and product design.
Beau McClellan, artist and designer with a passion for lighting design, gives name to the company whilst assuming its creative direction.
Is a UK based collaboration between artists Neil Musson and Jono Retallick who trained at the Royal College of Art and Winchester School of Art respectively. The duo share a desire to see artistic stories woven into architecture and public spaces to enhance a sense of belonging. Their site specific installations often incorporate an interactive use of light, surface texture, sound and movement. Journeys through time, emotion and landscape are central themes behind the artworks and materials are chosen to suit the location. The award winning studio has a wealth of experience producing large scale artworks.
Expressing concepts, ideas and messages made with the hands and sand, using as a stage a light table.
Felipe Mejias who presents an elegant and creative performance which generates fantasy atmospheres that mesmerizes the viewers. A creation based on the sand, able to arise big emotions.
“Life is made of meaningless things; years are made of moments and mountains are made of grains of sand. Thus, do not underestimate anything, as little as you may think it is.” Pythagoras.
Since 2012 PLEX NOIR have cooperatively developed visual and acoustic experiential projects. Based on an experimental approach, the artists combine light, programming and new technologies, which lead to artistic compositions.
Roland Devocelle and Audrey Rocher are originally performers, rooted in the art of improvisation. Since 2000, they cooperate as artists in the duo Atsara, mainly working in multidisciplinary projects developing audiovisual improvisations. Since 2008, they work with projections, focusing on interplays of objects in motion as projection areas. They experiment with the appearance of spaces and materials, and with the interplay between perception and imagination. Their site specific kinetic light installations have been shown in international light festivals in France, United Kingdom, Poland, Germany, Switzerland, Portugal.
Founded in 2013 by Pedro de Castro (Design Multimedia), Rafael Pinto (Photography) and Tiago Pires (Set Design and Art Direction), Grandpa's Lab is a studio dedicated to the creation of Sensory Installations, Videomapping Performances and Stage Design.
The first projects emerge in artistic residencies and some music events. Today they count with several international presences and projects of greater prominence as TFF Summit, Video Mapping in Terreiro do Paço, MIRA Festival among others.
Boris Chimp 504
Boris Chimp 504 started in 2010 as an audiovisual live performance by Miguel Neto and Rodrigo Carvalho. The project’s name was taken from the speculative fiction article "Details of the Soviet Primate Lunar Landing Program" by Dwayne Allen Day in 1969, where a chimp cosmonaut was sent on a mission to the moon and never returned. The live performances take this fringe event as a starting point for its narrative and sound & visual aesthetics.
Based on this phantom cosmonaut’s missions through deep space, a series of interactive installations - Non Human Device - were also developed, permitting the audience to manipulate the same sound & visual aesthetics of the performances.
KASJO Studio is the effect of collaboration between two young, Polish artists. In addition to their collaborative work, Katarzyna Malejka works with new media while Joachim Slugocki works as a painter. What connected them was the fascination for the medium of light, which they so amazingly utilize in their works. Kasjo studio speaks the language of abstraction. Looking for the landscapes of the future, the artists don't use the omnipresent technologies or simulations . Their modular, site-specific installations explore the cityscape by adding a painter's narration to its elements. Immersive and light interventions are a proposal of new architecture, which despite its closeness to material world remains so elusive.
Foundry are London based lighting design consultants that delivers creativity, innovation and passion to each project.
We design lighting schemes for a range of sectors that include hospitality, residential, retail and corporate industries.
Tailoring our service to suit that of the project and its client we ensure the lighting element of a project forms a collaborative and balanced part of the overall design by working closely with architects, interiors designers and project managers to provide a seamless integration of lighting into the visual environment.
WHITEvoid operates at the horizon where art, design and technology meet. The studio is comprised of specialists in interaction, media- and product design, architecture, mechanical and electronic engineering. The main focus of the projects is the translation of bits and bytes into objects and environments and vice versa. Space, object, sound and interaction are the key elements of all works. The interactive installations and products are created for museums, exhibitions and trade fairs, festivals, concerts and clubs.
WHITEvoid’s designs are exhibited and experienced internationally and have gained worldwide recognition.