Lluís Campmajó is a multidisciplinary digital creative focused mainly on the projections of light in space and its influence on our perception. Campmajó began creating art on the computer when he was 10 years old, attending programming classes that his father wrote him down and later giving away an MSX in which he programmed games.

Computers and games in the 1980s influenced the artist and he evolved his knowledge by working with online experiences, typography, interaction, and graphic animation. In 1999 he graduated in Advertising Graphics from the Lonja Superior School of Art and Design in Barcelona and multimedia design from the Salesianos de Sarriá university school in Barcelona. Since 2011 he shares his time between visual art, illustration and artistic direction, exploring the limits of the light projected on buildings, sculptures and spaces. In 2018 he was in charge of the lighting of the floats of the three wise men from the east of Castellar del Vallès, creating mobile and dynamic projected sculptures. In 2020, the Sabadell Art Museum commissioned him a permanent installation on the second floor of the museum with six projectors and a 360 ° immersive experience.

He believes in positive collaborations, unique solutions, and a shared love for visual storytelling. 

Firma Lluís Campmajó

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Exhibitions / Installations:
Sabadell Mira Art Museum * Festival, Barcelona

Artistic interventions in buildings such as: Barcelona City Council, Vielha e Mijaran City Council, Manresa City Council, Barcelona Maternity Building, Girona Auditorium, Santa Perpetua City Hall, Church of the * SX Castellar Viejo, Neo-Gothic Church of Castellar del Vallès.

Projects published in: La Vanguardia, el País, * Die * Gestalten (Germany), * IDN * Magazine (Japan), * Index * Book (* Spain), Rojo * Magazine (* Spain), Web * Index (USA) .), * Flash * Designers (Japan), * Étapes (* France), * Neo2 * Magazine (* Spain), * Semi Permanent (Australia).