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Infinite Horizons

In the Cube

From 3 February 2023 to 7 January 2024

Direction & Design: HKI-Hellohikimori | Production: Culturespaces Digital®

‘Infinite Horizons’ is an artistic journey through a multitude of viewpoints that defy the rules of perspective. It is a work that explores the accepted notion of what constitutes a landscape, by using an algorithmic and unique vision that takes us into a world of abstraction in an infinite landscape. There, the perception of every moment opens up our imagination to new and unusual and unexplored lands.

The concept is based on the notion of a horizon of events. From a real horizon to an horizon of events generated by a black hole, other horizons and alternative realities appears. Like the creation from a raw material, you emerge from the centre of a planet, through its many layers and material diversity. As we ascend, we discover a vast landscape. An infinite horizon gradually emerges before our eyes. Gradually, various forms, objects, and particles begin to levitate and hover. On the horizon, a convergence of elements creates a mirror effect and what seems to be a bridge between two parallel realities. A black hole is generated by an ultra-powerful gravitational and sucks up everything that goes near it. Matter is distorted, taking the portal to an unknown dimension, and revealing reality in an unfamiliar and unexpected way: contemplation, enchantment, exaltation, disorientation… Infinite horizons belong to those who have an infinite imagination.

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🎟️ Your ticket also includes access to the "Dalí, the Endless Enigma" long program and to the "Gaudí, The Architect of the Imaginary" short program.

🕐 Last entrance 1hr before closing.