##LECTURE, LIGHT AND SOUND PERFORMANCE
This multidimensional event is contained by a decentralized medial scenography, where light, sound and voice will engage the visitor for an immersive situation of that possible labyrinth. Pointing into the more darker side of the inaugural episodes of Western thought – the myth of Plato’s cave – this space will show the engagement of shadows with knowledge.
This project is also influenced by Sohrevardi’s philosophy of Eshragh (Illumination) where light and color are a continuum of manifestations by physical and metaphysical “bodies”.
Luis Negrón van Grieken (laser- and video- performance)
Sina Seifee (lecture performance)
Ali Chakav (sound performance)