Müher exhibits at the convent of San Antonio

Muher exhibits (3rd March -3rd April) at the convent of San Antonio (Murcia, Spain) on occasion of the Environment “Laudato Si” congress by UCAM.

Muher Art & Architecture Studio holds an exhibition entitled “Carbon neutral” within the framework of the Environment Congress organised by UCAM (Catholic University of Saint Anthony in Murcia, Spain) taking its departure point “Laudato Sí” by Francisco I. 

The exhibition is held at the central convent’s church of Saint Anthony in Murcia, Spain.

The exhibition has been adapted to the Church of Saint Anthony (Spain), where Muher’s artists decorated high spaces and walls with large pieces (3x2 metres), creating a natural oneiric landscape.

- Carbon neutral -, eco-friendly alternative to climate change- in other words: a net CO greenhouse gas emission level equal to zero.

Additionally, it was set an outstanding kinetic installation, which covers the whole room with a water recreation, emphasising the need to clean the oceans and especially the water, which are essential for our region. This kinetic installation features projections simulating the water, its movement and a kinetic wall in 3D with a jellyfish sea floor, essential in our ecosystem since jellyfish filters the water.


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