Luminale STUDY is presenting projects from students, new talent and pupils within the spectrum of light and city.
With STUDY, Luminale set puts the focus on young, creative talent. Students, schoolchildren and young talent from Frankfurt and the Rhine-Main region participate with their projects in the biennale and develop their own perspectives on the subject of light - as a work of art, design object, industrial product, or as an architectural and open-space planning solution.
As a platform for education and networking, Study enables the exchange of pupils, trainees and teachers at schools, colleges, universities, or academies, and offers an explorative space for the development of their visions. In addition to the technical and design aspects, new ways of negotiating social issues with the medium of light can also be explored.
What symbolizes today's consumer society better than a broken display?
A peaceful meeting place in the turbulence of the present.
Light Cocoon Frankfurt
The light art work expands into a non-dimensional labyrinth of light and sound.
Within the installation, the River Main becomes a resounding protagonist and visual pulse generator.
The distance between us
Institutionalized and industrialized yearning , global, digital, innovative.
If you want to see, you must learn to act
The space-creating sculpture by the Digital Design Unit (DDU) Darmstadt invites visitors to linger, but also holds a hidden message.
An Interactive Light Installation on the Theme of Community.
Andere Schöne aus Boskoop
Comedic half-figure portraits cleverly depict the liaison between man and food.
The abstraction of a mountainous landscape allows scope for multi-dimensional interpretation.
A hint for a future for which everyone is responsible and which each of us can influence.
The movements of pedestrians and visitors in the Taunusanlage becomes the light play.
Urban Climate Canopy
Installation, roofing or street furniture?
THE LUMINALE IN THE INSTITUT FÜR STADTGESCHICHTE
Tour in four stations, facade installation and IAoffen in Frankfurt’s Carmelite Monastery.
¥UM ¥UM NEOTOKYO
A meeting place with the dystopian neon worlds of Sci-Fi films and Animés.
The installation focuses on the five phases of death and mourning.