19th – 20th October

Licht Mehr Licht!

Light has always fascinated scientists, philosophers, religious and artists. The artist Guillaume Marmin wanted to study its effects on our emotions and our feelings. “Licht, mehr Licht!”, in English “Light, more light!”, were Goethe’s dying words. The mysterious utterance can be understood as the mystical final pronouncement of the great author and scientific thinker, who developed his own theory of optics. It is around this theme that Guillaume Marmin conceives an immersive installation, exploring the links between light, sound and space.

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Licht Mehr Licht!


Trained at the University of Lyon II and ARFIS Guillaume Marmin is a French visual artist. His work, connected from the beginning to the music scene and performing arts, is part of a revival of the visual creation by overcoming traditional forms of storytelling and traditional performing media. In order to offer new media on this new language, the work of Guillaume Marmin is taken away from the traditional screen to test all types of media: mapping on 3D sculptures and buildings, projection on photography and screen printing, bodies in motion and smoke. His works give body to the intangible, making us momentarily approach the beauty of the unseen and the mathematical foundation of reality.