"Parallel" is a piece that seeks to generate an aesthetic experience for the user from visual, sound and interactive elements. It arises from the investigation of the concepts: time, space, movement and expansion, inspired by astronomy and the origin of the universe, without pretending to become an analogous simulation of reality.
The Dark Side of the Universe is a crossmedia art installation, carried out by the Stratosphere Collective within the framework of the Surátomica Project, with the support of physicists from the University of Antioquia and the Explora Park, which seeks to generate an experience around the knowledge that has the human race about the fundamental components of the universe.
Kaleidoscope is a hypertext production that promotes reflection and interpretation of the production and use of photographs in Colombia in times of armed conflict. The project relates photographs produced by various agents and that have circulated in different spaces and times. Kaleidoscope investigates the ways in which the production of photographs has been used during the conflict, in its representation and in the development of the war.
This traveling gallery narrates through image and sound the stories of leaders, human rights defenders, trade unionists, peasant and indigenous communities, and ordinary citizens who were touched by the political, social, and armed conflict in the Department of Caldas.
The INVISIBLES project proposes to create inclusive visual-tactile content about endangered Colombian fauna species and explores the possibility of generating a memorable experience and a sense of belonging and identity, in users with or without visual disabilities, through the experience they can have with the pieces created.
The printing house of the basement 2, is part of the results of the research project entitled: Printing and impressions in the National Library of Colombia: graphic, historical, patrimonial and aesthetic analysis of the clichés collection of the National Library of Colombia and of the publications in which they circulated (1930 - 1960), linked to the Image Studies Research Group, attached to the Faculty of Arts and Design of the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University, which was developed in agreement with the National Library of Colombia.
"I am alive?" emerges as the self-referential question about the human condition and the current reality in which we find ourselves. This virtual installation is based on the union of three nodes (different research centers in Colombia) from where each point generates an invitation to reflect on the paths of our lives, on the sensitivity and views that each one proposes on this question. Am I alive?.