THE HISTORICAL GARDEN OF THE FLORIDO PARK OF THE LÁZARO GALDIANO MUSEUM WILL BE THE SCENARIO FOR THE 2021 PHOTOESPAÑA NIGHT SCREENING SESSION

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Hand in hand with the Banco Sabadell Foundation and in collaboration with ACCIONA, this corner of the city will host a night-time screening session next Wednesday, June 16, between 22 p.m. and 24 p.m.

The projection is conceived as an extension of the installation We are water, by the photographer Isabel Muñoz that can be visited in the Lázaro Galdiano, as part of the Official Section of PHotoESPAÑA 2021.

Tomorrow, Wednesday June 16, between 22 pm and midnight, the historic garden of the Parque Florido of the Lázaro Galdiano Museum will host a spectacular proposal of night screenings that will bring photography closer to all audiences in a different way.

Led by Fundación Banco Sabadell and in collaboration with ACCIONA, this outdoor screening session, which is part of the PHotoESPAÑA 2021 activities for the public, is conceived as an extension of the installation We are water, by the photographer Isabel Muñoz that can be visited in the museum itself.

This natural environment, with its great variety of species, will become an unusual and extraordinary canvas to enjoy an immersive proposal that will take the viewer to other sensory and visual spheres.

We are water

This installation is conceived as a multisensory and immersive experience that combines the photographic quality of Isabel Muñoz with a bold formal approach based on the latest audiovisual technology. 

In the images that make up this exhibition, the photographer poetically depicts the lack of social commitment to global warming through a visual look at one of the media most affected by the climate emergency: the sea. 

These are unpublished photographs of the dives of the Japanese freediver Ai Futaki and other divers in the aquariums of the Oceanographic Institute of Valencia.

The images reflect the creatures of the seabed (jellyfish, rays, turtles, sharks, algae and anemones, seahorses ...) while transmitting to the viewer the fragility of the marine environment, threatened by increasing pollution and the effects of warming global.

The exhibition can be visited until August 31.

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