Trinidad Chapel. Barjola Museum
The Trinidad Chapel is located in the Barjola Museum, an historical building in the city centre of Gijón. It is a place traditionally dedicated to temporary exhibitions. The other part of the museum houses the permanent collection of Juan Barjola works, an indisputable benchmark of Expressionism.
In this occasion the Chapel will host the intervention of the French artista Joanie Lemercier Wall Drawing LEV 2016.
Official opening are held on the April 28th and will be open until Sunday, 1st of May, inclusive.
With the support:
C/ Trinidad, 17, 33201, Gijón.
Barjola Museum Contact
Telephone: 985 357 939
– Thursday, April 28th, Friday, 29th, Saturday 30th open from 11:30h. to 21:00h.
– Sunday, 1st of May open from 12:00 to 21:45 h.
Free of charge
This piece is part of Wall Drawing, a series of audiovisual installations where the visuals are directly drawn over the walls, and then augmented with a light projection, in order to alter our senses by generating impossible volumes and depth.
The visuals are formed by straight lines and repetitive, simple patterns representing a structure of landscapes, rocks, planets and caves, heavily inspired by Sol Lewitt’s mural paintings.
Joanie Lemercier is one of the founding members of the highly acclaimed Antivj collective, pioneering creators of video art in digital environments, and audiovisual projects with music artists such as Emptyset, James Ginzburg or Principles of Geometry.
From 2013 on, Joanie has dissociated himself from Antivj collective in order to pursue solo projects, revealing himself as an artist of the highest sensitivity in the digital experimental art scene.