Visual Art Week Fuses Art, Light, and Technology with Historic Mexico City

The event will have artistic installations, various performances, light installations, workshops, and talks in a number of locations. 

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Some of Mexico City’s most historic locations are set to be fused with lights, art, and technology as part of  the Visual Art Week (VAW) festival, taking place this week (November 29 to December 3).

The event will have artistic installations, various performances, light installations, workshops, and talks in a number of locations. During the festival, parts of the city will be re-imagined, combining historical locations with avant-garde techniques and technologies.

VAW features various activities and performances from national and international artists at the Monumento a la Revolución, Palacio de Bellas Artes, Centro Cultural El Rule, Torre Reforma, Seminario 12 y Paseo de la Reforma, and Río Amazonas.

Click here to find out more about the activities taking place.

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