The Atelier des Lumières reopens (in principle) 3rd April with two new presentations: a long 45-minute animation called, Dalí, the endless enigma and a shorter 15-minute one called Gaudí, the Architect of the Imaginary.
The Atelier des Lumières invites you to experience the works of Salvador Dalí (aka Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech) in a brand new way.
In a looped presentation, so you can turn up at any moment and not miss anything, over 60 years of the Catalonian master’s creativity will come to life before your eyes.
Also on offer is a shorter loop (15 minutes) showcasing the exuberant architecture of Antoni Gaudí, whose creativity sometimes reminds one of Dalí’s.
Gaudí was even a source of inspiration pour Dalí, through his unusual, curved forms and unique details. From the Parc Güell to the Sagrada Familia, you’ll see all the architect’s most famous work. Make sure you have your sunglasses ready!
And as a bonus, the Atelier’s studio – a small space with a bar – has a third film on offer, a 10-minute more experimental piece.
‘Everything’ is described as an immersive audiovisual experience that invites the viewer to observe the objects in their surroundings, question their existence and envisage new possibilities. Sounds trippy!
You should also know that the Atelier des Lumières takes your safety and health very seriously. Masks are obligatory, you are requested to keep 2 metres between you and the nearest person, and free handwash is available throughout the venue.
Don’t forget to book online. Tickets are generally not available on-site.