‘LATIDOS’ REOPENS
 

Espacio Arte Abierto opens again to the public with the exhibition Latidos by Mexican artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer.

‘LATIDOS’ REOPENS
 

Espacio Arte Abierto opens again to the public with the exhibition Latidos by Mexican artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer.

RAFAEL LOZANO-HEMMER. LATIDOS

ENJOY YOUR VISIT SAFELYY

Mexico City, August 26, 2020.- Fundación Arte Abierto reopens Espacio Arte Abierto, a space dedicated to hosting exhibitions by national and international contemporary artists, with the exhibition Rafael Lozano Hemmer. Latidos.

Latidos is the third monographic exhibition on the biometric work of the Mexican artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer and is composed of four installations that use heart rate sensors to drive kinetic and audiovisual responses: Pulse Room, Pulse Tank, Pulse Index and Remote Pulse, the latter can be activated once the Amparo Museum in Puebla opens its facilities to the public.

Rafael Lozano Hemmer. Latidos opened on February 7th, closing prematurely due to the health contingency that our country is currently experiencing. Faced with this situation, the artist agreed to extend the exhibition time so that the public can visit it until December 13 of this year.

The art pieces in Latidos are designed for the public to physically interact with them. For this reason, hand cleaning at all times is essential to ensure the immersive experience of your visit.

We have implemented new health protocols that guarantee a safe sensory experience. These measures will take effect from August 29th for the tranquility of our visitors and our customer service team.

PLAN YOUR VISIT:

• Remember to bring your mask, its use is mandatory for everyone, at all times.

• The capacity of Espacio Arte Abierto has been reduced to a 15%. To guarantee your access, purchase the ticket online: registroarteabierto.org for free all September. Starting October, it will have a recovery cost of $ 35.00 MXN per person.

• Take into account that we have new hours: From 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm, the last entry being at 4:30 pm.

• We appreciate you taking into account that for security reasons entry with packages larger than 35 x 35 cm, nor with umbrellas is not allowed (except folding).

DURING YOUR VISIT:

• We will take your temperature before entering the Espacio Arte Abierto. Access to Latidos will not be allowed if the temperature is above 37ºC.

• It will be essential to respect social distancing of at least 2 meters with other people, whether they are visitors or Arte Abierto’s staff.

• Antibacterial gel will be available at each access. We ask to use it when entering, as well as before and after activating the sensors of each of the pieces.

• You must follow the directions and arrows suggested along your visit.

• A QR code at the entrance will be available for visitors with a downloadable PDF of Latidos.

The visit lasts 30 minutes, so we ask you to respect the time of your visit so that others can enjoy it in the same way.

Everyone can safely enjoy their visit with responsibility.

The monographic exhibition that addresses the biometric work of this Mexican artist, seeks to alter identification and determination technologies to create connective experiences on an architectural scale. In Heartbeat, the audience’s vital signs are taken and recorded as repetitive sequences that are displayed as flashing lights, panoramic soundscapes, ripples in tanks, haptic feedback, and animated fingerprints.

was born in Mexico City in 1967. He was the first official artist to represent our country at the 52nd Venice Biennale with the work Some things happen more times than all the time. For years, he has been developing interactive installations that are at the intersection between architecture and performance.

The Rafael Lozano-Hemmer. Latidos exhibition will be open to the public from August 29th to December 13th, 2020 at the Espacio Arte Abierto, located at ARTZ Pedregal 2nd floor, at Periférico Sur 3720, Jardines del Pedregal, Álvaro Obregón, in Mexico City.

RAFAEL LOZANO-HEMMER. LATIDOS

ENJOY YOUR VISIT SAFELYY

Mexico City, August 26, 2020.- Fundación Arte Abierto reopens Espacio Arte Abierto, a space dedicated to hosting exhibitions by national and international contemporary artists, with the exhibition Rafael Lozano Hemmer. Latidos.

Latidos is the third monographic exhibition on the biometric work of the Mexican artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer and is composed of four installations that use heart rate sensors to drive kinetic and audiovisual responses: Pulse Room, Pulse Tank, Pulse Index and Remote Pulse, the latter can be activated once the Amparo Museum in Puebla opens its facilities to the public.

Rafael Lozano Hemmer. Latidos opened on February 7th, closing prematurely due to the health contingency that our country is currently experiencing. Faced with this situation, the artist agreed to extend the exhibition time so that the public can visit it until December 13 of this year.

The art pieces in Latidos are designed for the public to physically interact with them. For this reason, hand cleaning at all times is essential to ensure the immersive experience of your visit.

We have implemented new health protocols that guarantee a safe sensory experience. These measures will take effect from August 29th for the tranquility of our visitors and our customer service team.

PLAN YOUR VISIT:

• Remember to bring your mask, its use is mandatory for everyone, at all times.

• The capacity of Espacio Arte Abierto has been reduced to a 15%. To guarantee your access, purchase the ticket online: registroarteabierto.org for free all September. Starting October, it will have a recovery cost of $ 35.00 MXN per person.

• Take into account that we have new hours: From 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm, the last entry being at 4:30 pm.

• We appreciate you taking into account that for security reasons entry with packages larger than 35 x 35 cm, nor with umbrellas is not allowed (except folding).

DURING YOUR VISIT:

• We will take your temperature before entering the Espacio Arte Abierto. Access to Latidos will not be allowed if the temperature is above 37ºC.

• It will be essential to respect social distancing of at least 2 meters with other people, whether they are visitors or Arte Abierto’s staff.

• Antibacterial gel will be available at each access. We ask to use it when entering, as well as before and after activating the sensors of each of the pieces.

• You must follow the directions and arrows suggested along your visit.

• A QR code at the entrance will be available for visitors with a downloadable PDF of Latidos.

The visit lasts 30 minutes, so we ask you to respect the time of your visit so that others can enjoy it in the same way.

Everyone can safely enjoy their visit with responsibility.

The monographic exhibition that addresses the biometric work of this Mexican artist, seeks to alter identification and determination technologies to create connective experiences on an architectural scale. In Heartbeat, the audience’s vital signs are taken and recorded as repetitive sequences that are displayed as flashing lights, panoramic soundscapes, ripples in tanks, haptic feedback, and animated fingerprints.

was born in Mexico City in 1967. He was the first official artist to represent our country at the 52nd Venice Biennale with the work Some things happen more times than all the time. For years, he has been developing interactive installations that are at the intersection between architecture and performance.

The Rafael Lozano-Hemmer. Latidos exhibition will be open to the public from August 29th to December 13th, 2020 at the Espacio Arte Abierto, located at ARTZ Pedregal 2nd floor, at Periférico Sur 3720, Jardines del Pedregal, Álvaro Obregón, in Mexico City.