For those who like to mix art and technology, it’s time to run to Avenida Paulista. That’s because the International Electronic Language Festival – FILE – is taking place. The installations spread across the avenue and go from the Centro Cultural FIESP (Av. Paulista, 1313) to the entrances to the Trianon-Masp and Consolação subway stations.
Photo: Folha de S.Paulo website – Work Polyform Marcel Van Brakel and Frederick Duerinck
The festival brings together more than 300 works by artists from all over the world. The mixture of reality and the totally new world is present in almost all works. Works in constant transformation – such as Zoro Feigl’s, called A long, winding road to nowhere in particular – they also attract a lot of our attention. Feigl’s installation consists of a green ribbon that moves through a machine and changes its shape at all times, like a dance.
Photo: zorofeigl.nl – Work of art A long, winding road to nowhere in particular by Zoro Feigl
The look of the whole festival is amazing! If you are going to pass through São Paulo until August 16 or live here, this is certainly an unmissable tour. The best of everything? Admission is free and you can enjoy from 10 am to 8 pm (admission allowed until 7:40 pm).