In Paraíso, music and art coexist in one space. Through interventions, installations, performances and the design of the space, stages and rest areas, Paraíso will lend a meaning to its ecosystem. Works by new creators that integrate in a natural way, projects specifically thought for each space of the festival, a paradise full of art.
Driven by a spirit of experimentation, Sara Kieninger and Lucas Ortiz have never stopped applying new knowledge to each project. They teach Space and Interaction at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Madrid while they lead their creative project, Instinto Salvaje (Wild Instinct).
Instinto Salvaje uses design as a tool to tell, in detail, stories where words are tangible and sometimes even electric.
Dancing with Paraíso - Installation
A search for dialogue that materializes in a light installation that will light up each of the seven letters of Paraíso and react to the rhythm of your dance moves.
Javier Álvarez embarks on his own interactive journey towards the most emotional side of technology. In addition to being a multidisciplinary artist specializing in interactive instruments and installations, he is also the director and founder of the Mad Center audiovisual school.
LNO - Installation
Álvarez builds LNO, Light Notes, an installation that makes space speak in order to open up our field of perception. A journey through frequencies, lights and images confronted in a ring of 12 screens with directional sound.
The work is presented in Paraíso with a 12-minute audiovisual piece, with a digital soundtrack by sound artists D-Fried & M.E.M.O.
A talented creator, nonconformist and critical, Berta Jayo develops a universe of conceptual art that can be seen in her work, both in major museums and on the street as performances. With her clear and concise ideas, she provokes our intellect to offer us her distant visions of stereotypical life.
Color Nuns - Performance
In Paraíso you will be able to witness a great parade of colourful nuns, a reinterpretation of nun’s habits based on colour scales, an art project by Berta Jayo in collaboration with Paraíso and La Juan Gallery, the first space in Spain dedicated exclusively to living art.
Crossing the equatorial jungle, Felipe Carvallo came across a strange plant, a striking and dark flower that he immediately felt attracted to. It was the Dracula orchid, a variety that only grows in shady places. That sparked the beginning of his floral laboratory, based in Madrid. From then on, Felipe's path has been one of pure creativity, giving a new dimension to this art from Orquídea Drácula
Entrance arch - Intervention
Those who enter Paraíso will be greeted by an arch that will welcome them to the festival. Carvallo will put all his creativity at the service of the entrance to Paraíso in this botanical intervention.
An Italian scenographer and architect, Monica Boromello has made a name for herself in our country after working on the staging of multiple plays for venues such as the Teatro Español or events such as the Festival Internacional de Mérida. In parallel, she alternates between designing stages and exhibitions, spaces, mega-events and ephemeral installations.
In Paraíso, Monica makes the leap into the festival world to recreate an environment that integrates music, art and nature through every stage, space and rest area.