ChromaFlora – a Hybrid Exhibition in the Estufa Fria in Lisbon: Where art meets technology in nature


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In December the Estufa Fria in Lisbon will be turned into a canvas for a seamless blend of physical and digital art, showcasing how nature, art, and technology can work hand in hand.

Organized by muti and Artsies Collective, the ChromaFlora Exhibition will unite over 70 global and local artists with 50+ digital and 20+ physical artworks, each contributing to the overarching theme of nature, art and technology. Blending the digital with the physical, all artworks will also be available as NFTs minted on Polygon through the marketplace

The Estufa, a haven of lush greenery, provides the perfect backdrop for the exhibition, creating an environment that enhances the connection between art and nature. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore a curated selection of artworks whilst also enjoying the natural beauty of the urban jungle of Lisbon.

This innovative showcase invites you to embark on a transformative journey, where the lines between nature and technology blur into enchanting hybrids.

“ChromaFlora” stands as a testament to the symbiotic relationship between organic materials and cutting-edge technology. The exhibition takes pride in celebrating the inherent beauty of nature while embracing the limitless possibilities that technology offers to artistic expression. This harmonious blend creates a unique space where the natural and the digital coalesce in a mesmerizing display of creativity.

To enrich the visitor experience, on the weekend of the 15th and 16th of December visitors can join talks and workshops held by artists and projects that work in the intersection of sustainability, art, and tech. Experts and artists will share insights into how these seemingly disparate elements can coexist harmoniously, inspiring attendees to explore the possibilities of art in the digital age. The talks and workshops aim to spark dialogue and foster a deeper understanding of the relationship between the natural world and the technological advancements shaping our future.

“ChromaFlora” will be open to the public from Tuesday, December 12, to Sunday, December 17, 2023, with daily opening hours from 9 am to 5 pm. Admission is priced at 3.25€, providing access to a week-long exploration of the captivating fusion between nature and technology at the estufa.



11.12.: Exclusive Vernissage

12.-17.12.: Exhibition open to public

15.&16.12.: Workshops & Talks from 12-17:00

16.12: Afterparty 

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