Illuminati DIA @Understudy July 6th to July 27th / by Ramon Irwin Bonilla

Illuminati DIA 

 Illuminati DIA is a site specific installation by Denver based artist  Ramón Bonilla  on view at Understudy from July 6th, 2018 – July 27, 2018. Open Wednesdays thru Saturdays 12 pm to 6 pm.   Illuminati DIA is an  immersive space, slightly inspired by Denver’s airport, surrounding conspiracy speculations, and by the current perception of legitimate and illegitimate knowledge. The concepts examined through Illuminati DIA resonate through its space in the form of wall and window murals, audiovisual and tridimensional elements as well as the use of light.  Merging seemingly incompatible concepts into an experiential environment that is visionary as well as mundane; Illuminati DIA deals with concepts of utopia, survivalism, alienation and existentialism mainly through a formal and minimal visual approach. Think of it as an esoteric vivarium meets a dystopian man-cave meets a trendy bunker. Through Illuminati DIA the fragility and inaccuracies of our present reality are approached subtly and even in absurd ways.

Illuminati DIA is a site specific installation by Denver based artist Ramón Bonilla on view at Understudy from July 6th, 2018 – July 27, 2018. Open Wednesdays thru Saturdays 12 pm to 6 pm.

Illuminati DIA is an immersive space, slightly inspired by Denver’s airport, surrounding conspiracy speculations, and by the current perception of legitimate and illegitimate knowledge. The concepts examined through Illuminati DIA resonate through its space in the form of wall and window murals, audiovisual and tridimensional elements as well as the use of light.

Merging seemingly incompatible concepts into an experiential environment that is visionary as well as mundane; Illuminati DIA deals with concepts of utopia, survivalism, alienation and existentialism mainly through a formal and minimal visual approach. Think of it as an esoteric vivarium meets a dystopian man-cave meets a trendy bunker. Through Illuminati DIA the fragility and inaccuracies of our present reality are approached subtly and even in absurd ways.