Fashion designers Linda Plaude, Ting Gong, and spatial designer Laura A. Dima join forces to create an experimental installation for one evening only. Since they first started thinking about collaborating, they immediately discovered their fascinations shared common origins and often meet. Light is clearly the central theme in their works. Each of the presented works deals with light, and offers its own interpretation. They complement each other, creating a mysterious landscape, playing with light and darkness, what is revealed and what is hidden, what is highlighted and what is left in the shadows.
The space itself becomes part of the work and so does the audience. The greenhouse becomes the host of a magical performance. The idea of the Trio also comes back in the elements that dominate their work: Light/Motion/Water. The installation aims to create a fantastic underwater atmospheric space where people feel like they enter a parallel universe, or travel in time back to the mystical city of Atlantis. The dreamlike quality of the installation is the central point. The three artist strongly agree that Lights after Sunset should be an ephemeral experience, one that people should feel, be part of and later remember. It happens just in this place, and just for one night.