The workshop developed from the analysis of the physical language of light, in order to perceive its natural effects perceptually: intensity, temperature, direction, and color. The objective was for the participants to make direct contact with these qualities until they empirically capture the very shape of light, from a simple ray in a dark space to its daytime irradiation.
To this end, we rely on the study I carried out for FONCA ( JOVENES CREADORES 2017-2018 and which is now exhibited at the Filux lab exhibition under the title of GUIA DE LA LUZ NATURAL EN LA CIUDAD DE MEXICO. Not only we examined the piece in question in detail, but we also outline a creative approach to a guide of natural light for the state of Yucatan. Also, we delve into its qualities in a practical way, with exercises and interactive tasks.
The course aimed to apply the study of natural light to architectural design, and especially to a type of architecture that intrinsically dialogues with the intervention of the arts, that is, we are interested in investigating the relationship between natural light, architecture and various settings.
Luz Cero : El arte de la Luz Natural 
Luca Salas
Ileana Jimenez Fajardo / Claudine Quero Navarro / Gerardo Antonio Ortiz Del Rio / Mario Antonio León Flores / Hugo Enrique Ruiz Peña / Evelyn Amaro Domínguez / Gabriela Galaz Arana / Roxana Guadalupe Zozaya Avila / Daniela Jacobo Gamboa / Raúl Barreiro Montañez / David Negrín Pavón / Pedro Antonio Chan Solís / Angel Manrique Ku / Gildo Gonzalez Angulo / Genoveva de la Peña / Alejandro Serratos / Isabel Bargas Cicero  / Fabian Gutiérrez Cetina / Francisco Bernés Aranda / Jorge Roberto Peón Patrón / José Luis Ortega Aguilar / Jorge Roosevelt Marín Marrufo / Adrián Emilio Gómez Silva / Enderson Alexander Pérez Casanova / Eduardo Moguel / Julio César Pareja Juárez / Jorge Alberto Pérez Saldívar
Luca Salas Bassani Antivari & Filux Lab
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