Svetlobna gverila

Lighting Guerrilla


Visualia: Čarobni vrt

Visualia Group: MAGIC GARDEN

Interactive light installation

Monday, 6. February 2017, at 7.00 pm

Rampa, Kersnikova 4, Ljubljana

Project Magic Garden, created by Croatian artist collective Visualia Group, is an interactive light installation merging the beauty of the nature with sound and light technology. A unique light mushroom plantation is designed in the form of garden and a separate control console, through which visitors can affect the audio and visual appearance of the layout by moving their hands.


Inhabited with ‘natural’ elements such as plants and rocks the Magic garden consists of mushrooms made of synthetic resin and fitted with LED lights. The control console is equipped with sensors that enable manipulation of the light and sound image of the garden. In interaction with the viewer the installation thus turns into a living organism offering a myriad of visual-audio combinations.

VISUALIA GROUP from the Croatian city of Pula represents an informal group of creative individuals, programmers and electrical engineers, who in his work are focused on modern technology in the context of contemporary visual creativity. Scope of work groups Visualia Group comprises 3D-mapping, light design, interactive and LED installations, and actively explore and experiment with new technologies. Members of the group are also involved in the light art festival Visualia in Pula where the project was presented for the first time.

OPEN: Mon. – Tue.: 10.00 – 16.00;
Wed. – Fri.: 10.00 – 20.00.
Until 10. 3. 2017


workshop of creating light objects

Sathurday, 4. Feb. 2017, 15.-19.00

Sunday, 5. Feb. 2017, 10-14.00

Rampa, Kersnikova 4, Ljubljana


mentors: Visualia Group

Prior to the opening of the exhibition The Magic Garden by Pula based Visualia Group a two-day workshop will be held where the authors of the project will reveal secrets of their work.

Free of charge workshop is to be inaugurated by a short lecture on the possibilities of use of LED technology in light installations, followed by participants' production of shiny mushrooms made out of silicon. The participants will be provided with practical tips in designing light objects and their colour manipulation as well as with the methods and processes of connecting those objects into a bigger unit.

Works produced at the workshop are to be exhibited next to the Magic Garden installation at RAMPA on Monday, 6th of February, at 19 pm.


OPEN: Mon. – Tue.: 10.00 – 16.00;
Wed. – Fri.: 10.00 – 20.00. Until 10. 3. 2017.

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