SUNPLUGGED FESTIVAL


21-30 June 2024, Faro (PT)
05-06 July 2024, Ystad (SE)
27-28 September 2024, Bari (IT)
Our Artists
Info about them
  • Tó Quintas
    sculpture, scenography
    Self-taught, set designer, model designer, airplane builder, visual artist, sculptor, inventor, he has the gift of transforming everything and making dreams come true. At his place of work, in Faro, Tó Quintas has brought to life several scenarios for various artistic collectives in the Algarve region.

  • Kah Bee Chow
    conceptual art, through sculpture, video and text
    Works with forms of enclosures in relation to animals and the human body, with close attention to particularities of space and site, through sculpture, video and text. She lives and works in Malmö, Sweden, and Penang, Malaysia. Chow received her MFA in 2012 from Malmö Art Academy.
  • Teatringestazione
    multidisciplinary performing art company
    Founded by the artists and curators Gesualdi | Trono, is a multidisciplinary performing art company. Their artistic action aims to subvert the everyday coordinates to inaugurate a space of crisis collective questioning. They work in national, international, independent, institutional, artistic, and social contexts.
Faro Programme
June 21 - 22
21 June
Sarah Lewin, founder of Pic Pen studio
Alex Larkins, creative director SoSoul magazine
Speakers
Laura Sanders, creative director in SoSoul magazine
Lucas Mikson, project manager in Pixels
22 June
Farrel Gulierm, creative director in DD agency
Samuel Willson, project manager in Pixels
About SUNPLUGGED FESTIVAL
SUNPLUGGED - Sustainable Solar Rituals is a transnational sunlight art festival.

exhibitions, etc.

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About SUNPLUGGED
SUNPLUGGED - Sustainable Solar Rituals is a transnational sunlight art festival.

It invites artists and citizens to re-interpret old and contemporary relationships between people(s) and the sun, and gives form to new sustainable solar rituals in which artistic practices re-imagine new ways to power ecologically-resilient lifestyles and regenerative transition of socio-ecological systems.

Intangible and tangible sun-related heritages across Faro (Portugal), Ystad (Sweden) and Bari (Italy) will be activated with talks, walks, creative workshops, arts exhibitions, design competitions and conferences, in order to expand the concept of light art, transitioning it from an energy-intensive nighttime experience to a nature-based, energy-efficient experience accessible in urban and rural landscapes.
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