We are excited to highlight the exhibition Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life currently on display at our partner Museum Guggenheim Bilbao! Eliasson is a Danish-Icelandic artist famous for his dynamic, interactive art installations which feature natural elements. Eliasson’s work challenges the notion of perception, immersing the viewer in spaces that often speak to contemporary issues in society such as climate change. You can view videos of spaces in the exhibition and learn more about Eliasson’s work at the Guggenheim Bilbao website: https://www.guggenheim-bilbao.eus/en/exhibitions/olafur-eliasson-in-real-life.
Olafur Eliasson is an artist and one more pioneer in the world, one of those souls already ahead with a foot in the future and who isn’t afraid to tackle difficult global problems when they come into conversation. In a way, and in his sector, he is a kind of Elon Musk: a hard working person with an international background in constant movement and evolution, looking into tomorrow, and into space. His works often play with light, and reflect the limitlessness with which he works, a lesson for all of us.
To bring Olafur Eliasson’s designs to your home be sure to check out our range of Little Sun products here: https://www.beamalevich.com/collections/brands/little-sun/. Olafur collaborated with engineer Frederik Ottesen to create the Little Sun Lamp, a portable, solar-powered lamp which has already provided affordable and sustainable lighting to 1.1 billion people worldwide. This incredible lamp can shine up to 50 hours after charging in the sun for just 5 hours!
Also be sure to check out the Little Sun Charger, a portable solar charger for all of your devices. Bring this charger with you for a day adventure, camping trip, or even to your own backyard as a stylish, powerful, and sustainable alternative to the traditional charger. Finally, be sure to see our Little Sun Diamond– a light, pocket-sized lamp you can take with you to read, explore, or simply decorate your home with a dazzling, nature-inspired light fixture.
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