We look forward to visual treats at Barcelona’s ever-growing audiovisual event: Mira Festival.

Each year, we’ve seen the gradual addition of a full dome projection mapping experience, more and more live visual performances and art installations, with this year including an impressive new media art exhibition to get the old brain cogs turning.

Hosted at the old fabric factory in the Sant Andreu district of Barcelona, Fabra i Coats is the venue of dreams for many festival goers and organisers.

Let’s leave the work to speak for itself. We present you with our summary of our Mira experience of the Friday night at the festival in form of a photographic journey through new media art time and space…

Mira Dome by Adidas Originals

“Extraordinary Alien” by Fatima Al Aqdiri & Transforma

The Search for (Modern) Pleasure (Exhibition, various artists)

Keiken, Nati Cerutti, AGF Hydra, Suzanah Pettigrew and George Jasper Stone: Digital Pleasures

Visual orgasms – Faith Holland

Filip Custic – Cuadro Virtual

Esmay Wagemans – New Humanity

Carlos Sáez – Hardware Fetish

Field – Scan I-IV Collection courtesy of Sedition

Tangerine Dream (Live A/V)

Interactive lighting system using Cinema 4D – 3D sound room by Tigrelab

Call super (DJ set) with Natalia Stuyk (VJ Set)

All photos copyright Hayley Cantor

Hayley Cantor

Hayley Cantor

Hayley is a multidisciplinary Graphic Designer & VJ whose career follows a colourful journey from working in optics to graduating in Psychology, working in mental health and homeless services, VJing to Graphic Design. She has a long-term passion for musical and new media art projects. She makes her mark with technicolour live visual performances under the artistic name VJ AYL.

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