Announcing Oslo LUX 2013!

A one-day celebration of the intersections of LIGHT, SPACE and TECHNOLOGY

Thursday 7th February 2013. 

Oslo LUX 2013 will feature a range of national and international artists, designers and architects: lighting designers, interaction designers, interactive architects, media artists, installation artists and creative technologists from around the world will be presenting the latest trends and discoveries in this rapidly developing field.

The full line-up will be announced shortly, but this year’s presenters include Cinimod Studio’s Dominic Harris, Evan Roth, Semiconductor, Ruairi Glynn, Squidsoup, and Cristobal Mendoza + Annica Cuppatelli.

LUX is a series of conferences and associated exhibitions that probe the boundaries of light, space and interaction. The events explore recent developments in art, design and architecture in this fascinating and evolving area.


(image: London Eye Mood Conductor, courtesy Cinimod Studios)

The first Oslo LUX took place in January 2011, and consisted of 10 speakers working with light, space and technology. About half of the speakers also presented work in an associated exhibition that took place at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. The format was then replicated in Wellington, New Zealand as WGTN LUX. Online details of the events at http://oslolux.no and http://lux.org.nz

Past events have been hugely enjoyable, informative and provocative, and so we are planning a slightly larger event this time – though still aiming to retain the intimacy of the original. Norway in February is cold but beautiful – we can promise a friendly and intimate atmosphere, and a memorable occasion.

Please subscribe here and also check out our Facebook page to get updates to the lineup of speakers and exhibited light-based artworks as more information becomes available.

A limited amount of earlybird tickets are available now at a discounted earlybird price. Note that at the last Oslo Lux tickets were sold out well in advance of the event, so book soon to avoid disappointment!