Hamill Industries

Hamill Industries

Hamill Industries

Hamill Industries

Hamill Industries

"We engage in the exploration of physicality and materiality, by delving into the nature of images and their technical construction. Our work imparts life to matter, immersing viewers in experiences that prompt synesthetic inquiries, particularly regarding the intersection of visual art and musical perception."

"We engage in the exploration of physicality and materiality, by delving into the nature of images and their technical construction. Our work imparts life to matter, immersing viewers in experiences that prompt synesthetic inquiries, particularly regarding the intersection of visual art and musical perception."

"We engage in the exploration of physicality and materiality, by delving into the nature of images and their technical construction. Our work imparts life to matter, immersing viewers in experiences that prompt synesthetic inquiries, particularly regarding the intersection of visual art and musical perception."

"We engage in the exploration of physicality and materiality, by delving into the nature of images and their technical construction. Our work imparts life to matter, immersing viewers in experiences that prompt synesthetic inquiries, particularly regarding the intersection of visual art and musical perception."

"We engage in the exploration of physicality and materiality, by delving into the nature of images and their technical construction. Our work imparts life to matter, immersing viewers in experiences that prompt synesthetic inquiries, particularly regarding the intersection of visual art and musical perception."

  1. Hamill Industries is a Barcelona-based creative studio, composed of artists Anna Díaz and Pablo Barquín. The duo specialises in developing innovative projects based on experimentation, blending emerging and traditional techniques to create new formats of visual communication.


  2. Hamill Industries engages in artistic and technological research in the fields of visual arts, live performance, and the exploration of light, movement, and sound. They mix physical engineering, lighting design, moving image, AI, and visual programming to expand their imagination beyond the screen towards more tangible experiences.


  3. Since 2015, Hamill Industries has collaborated with electronic artist Floating Points. For the Silhouettes music video, the duo developed and built an elaborate light painting machine that created animations in response to the beat, visualising the music and giving it a tangible presence. Six months in the making, the project brought Hamill Industries golden Laus Award and a nomination for Ars Electronica's STARTS. Following the success, they developed an immersive scenography for the musician's worldwide tour.


  4. Tamara Rojo, the new creative director of the San Francisco Ballet, has appointed Hamill Industries to oversee all stage and visual direction for the ballet "Mere Mortals." The myth of Pandora is told through algorithm-created imagery, depicting a universe of expanded dancers whose skin merges with smoke and light. Hamill Industries used AI to enhance these interactions, extending the movement into impossible gestures.


  5. HELIX, a kinetic sculpture by Hamill Industries that explores renewable energies and sustainability, is powered by solar energy and never stops. Located on the terrace of Castell de Lloret Museum for ecology, this dynamic artwork, commissioned by Pascuals Design, uses parametric design to create an interplay of volumes, colours, reflections, and shadows, representing Spain's energy data and temperature changes over the past 20 years.


Available artworks


  1. Hamill Industries is a Barcelona-based creative studio, composed of artists Anna Díaz and Pablo Barquín. The duo specialises in developing innovative projects based on experimentation, blending emerging and traditional techniques to create new formats of visual communication.


  2. Hamill Industries engages in artistic and technological research in the fields of visual arts, live performance, and the exploration of light, movement, and sound. They mix physical engineering, lighting design, moving image, AI, and visual programming to expand their imagination beyond the screen towards more tangible experiences.


  3. Since 2015, Hamill Industries has collaborated with electronic artist Floating Points. For the Silhouettes music video, the duo developed and built an elaborate light painting machine that created animations in response to the beat, visualising the music and giving it a tangible presence. Six months in the making, the project brought Hamill Industries golden Laus Award and a nomination for Ars Electronica's STARTS. Following the success, they developed an immersive scenography for the musician's worldwide tour.


  4. Tamara Rojo, the new creative director of the San Francisco Ballet, has appointed Hamill Industries to oversee all stage and visual direction for the ballet "Mere Mortals." The myth of Pandora is told through algorithm-created imagery, depicting a universe of expanded dancers whose skin merges with smoke and light. Hamill Industries used AI to enhance these interactions, extending the movement into impossible gestures.


  5. HELIX, a kinetic sculpture by Hamill Industries that explores renewable energies and sustainability, is powered by solar energy and never stops. Located on the terrace of Castell de Lloret Museum for ecology, this dynamic artwork, commissioned by Pascuals Design, uses parametric design to create an interplay of volumes, colours, reflections, and shadows, representing Spain's energy data and temperature changes over the past 20 years.


Available artworks


  1. Hamill Industries is a Barcelona-based creative studio, composed of artists Anna Díaz and Pablo Barquín. The duo specialises in developing innovative projects based on experimentation, blending emerging and traditional techniques to create new formats of visual communication.


  2. Hamill Industries engages in artistic and technological research in the fields of visual arts, live performance, and the exploration of light, movement, and sound. They mix physical engineering, lighting design, moving image, AI, and visual programming to expand their imagination beyond the screen towards more tangible experiences.


  3. Since 2015, Hamill Industries has collaborated with electronic artist Floating Points. For the Silhouettes music video, the duo developed and built an elaborate light painting machine that created animations in response to the beat, visualising the music and giving it a tangible presence. Six months in the making, the project brought Hamill Industries golden Laus Award and a nomination for Ars Electronica's STARTS. Following the success, they developed an immersive scenography for the musician's worldwide tour.


  4. Tamara Rojo, the new creative director of the San Francisco Ballet, has appointed Hamill Industries to oversee all stage and visual direction for the ballet "Mere Mortals." The myth of Pandora is told through algorithm-created imagery, depicting a universe of expanded dancers whose skin merges with smoke and light. Hamill Industries used AI to enhance these interactions, extending the movement into impossible gestures.


  5. HELIX, a kinetic sculpture by Hamill Industries that explores renewable energies and sustainability, is powered by solar energy and never stops. Located on the terrace of Castell de Lloret Museum for ecology, this dynamic artwork, commissioned by Pascuals Design, uses parametric design to create an interplay of volumes, colours, reflections, and shadows, representing Spain's energy data and temperature changes over the past 20 years.


Available artworks


  1. Hamill Industries is a Barcelona-based creative studio, composed of artists Anna Díaz and Pablo Barquín. The duo specialises in developing innovative projects based on experimentation, blending emerging and traditional techniques to create new formats of visual communication.


  2. Hamill Industries engages in artistic and technological research in the fields of visual arts, live performance, and the exploration of light, movement, and sound. They mix physical engineering, lighting design, moving image, AI, and visual programming to expand their imagination beyond the screen towards more tangible experiences.


  3. Since 2015, Hamill Industries has collaborated with electronic artist Floating Points. For the Silhouettes music video, the duo developed and built an elaborate light painting machine that created animations in response to the beat, visualising the music and giving it a tangible presence. Six months in the making, the project brought Hamill Industries golden Laus Award and a nomination for Ars Electronica's STARTS. Following the success, they developed an immersive scenography for the musician's worldwide tour.


  4. Tamara Rojo, the new creative director of the San Francisco Ballet, has appointed Hamill Industries to oversee all stage and visual direction for the ballet "Mere Mortals." The myth of Pandora is told through algorithm-created imagery, depicting a universe of expanded dancers whose skin merges with smoke and light. Hamill Industries used AI to enhance these interactions, extending the movement into impossible gestures.


  5. HELIX, a kinetic sculpture by Hamill Industries that explores renewable energies and sustainability, is powered by solar energy and never stops. Located on the terrace of Castell de Lloret Museum for ecology, this dynamic artwork, commissioned by Pascuals Design, uses parametric design to create an interplay of volumes, colours, reflections, and shadows, representing Spain's energy data and temperature changes over the past 20 years.


Available artworks


  1. Hamill Industries is a Barcelona-based creative studio, composed of artists Anna Díaz and Pablo Barquín. The duo specialises in developing innovative projects based on experimentation, blending emerging and traditional techniques to create new formats of visual communication.


  2. Hamill Industries engages in artistic and technological research in the fields of visual arts, live performance, and the exploration of light, movement, and sound. They mix physical engineering, lighting design, moving image, AI, and visual programming to expand their imagination beyond the screen towards more tangible experiences.


  3. Since 2015, Hamill Industries has collaborated with electronic artist Floating Points. For the Silhouettes music video, the duo developed and built an elaborate light painting machine that created animations in response to the beat, visualising the music and giving it a tangible presence. Six months in the making, the project brought Hamill Industries golden Laus Award and a nomination for Ars Electronica's STARTS. Following the success, they developed an immersive scenography for the musician's worldwide tour.


  4. Tamara Rojo, the new creative director of the San Francisco Ballet, has appointed Hamill Industries to oversee all stage and visual direction for the ballet "Mere Mortals." The myth of Pandora is told through algorithm-created imagery, depicting a universe of expanded dancers whose skin merges with smoke and light. Hamill Industries used AI to enhance these interactions, extending the movement into impossible gestures.


  5. HELIX, a kinetic sculpture by Hamill Industries that explores renewable energies and sustainability, is powered by solar energy and never stops. Located on the terrace of Castell de Lloret Museum for ecology, this dynamic artwork, commissioned by Pascuals Design, uses parametric design to create an interplay of volumes, colours, reflections, and shadows, representing Spain's energy data and temperature changes over the past 20 years.


Available artworks


Selected group shows  

Slow Violence, La Façana de Lo Pati, Amposta, Spain, 2023 
Future Shock, 180 The Strand, London, the UK, 2022
Segundo de Chomon, Llum Festival, Barcelona, Spain, 2021

Awards 

Grand Laus for the Last Bloom music video, 2020
Laus Oro for visuals for Silhouettes, 2016
Grand Prize Finalists, Silhouettes, Ars Electronica's STARTS, 2016

Selected press

Forbes, AI And Humanity Dance A Charged Duet In ‘Mere Mortals’ At S.F. Ballet, January 2024
SF Chronicle, AI-themed ‘Mere Mortals’ scores passionate success, January 2024
Blog Cultura Digital, Hamill Industries, October 2023 (in Catalan)
Farside Studio, Hamill Industries, Talking with the audio-visual creators of Floating Points' live show, January 2023
Puro Futuro, Entrevista a Anna Diaz de Hamill Industries, Sónar 2022, August 2022
Graffica, Hamill Industries: «La Inteligencia Artificial va a marcar una era a nivel creativo», July 2022
Fact mag, Future Shock: Hamill Industries, June 2022
The Spaces, Future Shock: new show at 180 The Strand explores the conflux of the digital and physical worlds, April 2022
Betevé, Sónar CCCB + D 2021 – Hamill Industries & Kiani del Valle, January 2022
Pitchfork, Floating Points Shares Video for New Song “Problems”, September 2021
DJ Mag, Seeing sound: The audio-visual artists driving creative innovation in club culture, March 2021
Betevé, Sonar Interview, 2021
El Pais, Este estudio creativo vuelve a lo analógico para crear arte digital, September 2019
It’s nice that, Have your mind blown by Hamill Industries’ time-lapse video for Floating Points’ track Last Bloom, August 2019
Creative Review: New Floating Points video takes us through an illuminated forest, August 2019
L’informatiu: Festival LlumBcn: El somni de tres nits d’hivern, July 2019
Pitchfork, Reflections - Mojave Desert, June 2017
Clash Music, Floating Points – Reflections: Mojave Desert, June 2017
VICE, Watch the Entirety of Floating Points' 50-Minute Ensemble Performance for THUMP Sessions, 2016
The Creators Project - UK, 3D Light Paintings Swarm the Desert of the Real, October 2015
DeZeen, Light painting illuminates an arid landscape in Floating Points' Silhouettes music video, September 2015
Creative Review, Beautiful Floating Points video created using ‘light-painting machine’, August 2015

Selected group shows  

Slow Violence, La Façana de Lo Pati, Amposta, Spain, 2023 
Future Shock, 180 The Strand, London, the UK, 2022
Segundo de Chomon, Llum Festival, Barcelona, Spain, 2021

Awards 

Grand Laus for the Last Bloom music video, 2020
Laus Oro for visuals for Silhouettes, 2016
Grand Prize Finalists, Silhouettes, Ars Electronica's STARTS, 2016

Selected press

Forbes, AI And Humanity Dance A Charged Duet In ‘Mere Mortals’ At S.F. Ballet, January 2024
SF Chronicle, AI-themed ‘Mere Mortals’ scores passionate success, January 2024
Blog Cultura Digital, Hamill Industries, October 2023 (in Catalan)
Farside Studio, Hamill Industries, Talking with the audio-visual creators of Floating Points' live show, January 2023
Puro Futuro, Entrevista a Anna Diaz de Hamill Industries, Sónar 2022, August 2022
Graffica, Hamill Industries: «La Inteligencia Artificial va a marcar una era a nivel creativo», July 2022
Fact mag, Future Shock: Hamill Industries, June 2022
The Spaces, Future Shock: new show at 180 The Strand explores the conflux of the digital and physical worlds, April 2022
Betevé, Sónar CCCB + D 2021 – Hamill Industries & Kiani del Valle, January 2022
Pitchfork, Floating Points Shares Video for New Song “Problems”, September 2021
DJ Mag, Seeing sound: The audio-visual artists driving creative innovation in club culture, March 2021
Betevé, Sonar Interview, 2021
El Pais, Este estudio creativo vuelve a lo analógico para crear arte digital, September 2019
It’s nice that, Have your mind blown by Hamill Industries’ time-lapse video for Floating Points’ track Last Bloom, August 2019
Creative Review: New Floating Points video takes us through an illuminated forest, August 2019
L’informatiu: Festival LlumBcn: El somni de tres nits d’hivern, July 2019
Pitchfork, Reflections - Mojave Desert, June 2017
Clash Music, Floating Points – Reflections: Mojave Desert, June 2017
VICE, Watch the Entirety of Floating Points' 50-Minute Ensemble Performance for THUMP Sessions, 2016
The Creators Project - UK, 3D Light Paintings Swarm the Desert of the Real, October 2015
DeZeen, Light painting illuminates an arid landscape in Floating Points' Silhouettes music video, September 2015
Creative Review, Beautiful Floating Points video created using ‘light-painting machine’, August 2015

Selected group shows  

Slow Violence, La Façana de Lo Pati, Amposta, Spain, 2023 
Future Shock, 180 The Strand, London, the UK, 2022
Segundo de Chomon, Llum Festival, Barcelona, Spain, 2021

Awards 

Grand Laus for the Last Bloom music video, 2020
Laus Oro for visuals for Silhouettes, 2016
Grand Prize Finalists, Silhouettes, Ars Electronica's STARTS, 2016

Selected press

Forbes, AI And Humanity Dance A Charged Duet In ‘Mere Mortals’ At S.F. Ballet, January 2024
SF Chronicle, AI-themed ‘Mere Mortals’ scores passionate success, January 2024
Blog Cultura Digital, Hamill Industries, October 2023 (in Catalan)
Farside Studio, Hamill Industries, Talking with the audio-visual creators of Floating Points' live show, January 2023
Puro Futuro, Entrevista a Anna Diaz de Hamill Industries, Sónar 2022, August 2022
Graffica, Hamill Industries: «La Inteligencia Artificial va a marcar una era a nivel creativo», July 2022
Fact mag, Future Shock: Hamill Industries, June 2022
The Spaces, Future Shock: new show at 180 The Strand explores the conflux of the digital and physical worlds, April 2022
Betevé, Sónar CCCB + D 2021 – Hamill Industries & Kiani del Valle, January 2022
Pitchfork, Floating Points Shares Video for New Song “Problems”, September 2021
DJ Mag, Seeing sound: The audio-visual artists driving creative innovation in club culture, March 2021
Betevé, Sonar Interview, 2021
El Pais, Este estudio creativo vuelve a lo analógico para crear arte digital, September 2019
It’s nice that, Have your mind blown by Hamill Industries’ time-lapse video for Floating Points’ track Last Bloom, August 2019
Creative Review: New Floating Points video takes us through an illuminated forest, August 2019
L’informatiu: Festival LlumBcn: El somni de tres nits d’hivern, July 2019
Pitchfork, Reflections - Mojave Desert, June 2017
Clash Music, Floating Points – Reflections: Mojave Desert, June 2017
VICE, Watch the Entirety of Floating Points' 50-Minute Ensemble Performance for THUMP Sessions, 2016
The Creators Project - UK, 3D Light Paintings Swarm the Desert of the Real, October 2015
DeZeen, Light painting illuminates an arid landscape in Floating Points' Silhouettes music video, September 2015
Creative Review, Beautiful Floating Points video created using ‘light-painting machine’, August 2015

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ADDRESS

Carrer Llull, 134, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

CONTACT

visit@load-gallery.com

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OPENING HOURS

4 PM - 9 PM, Thursday - Saturday

Gallery admission is free

For collectors, artists and potential collaborators visits are available by appointment—please email us to arrange a private viewing

LEGAL

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@Load Gallery 2023

ADDRESS

Carrer Llull, 134, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

CONTACT

visit@load-gallery.com

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OPENING HOURS

4 PM - 9 PM, Thursday - Saturday

Gallery admission is free

For collectors, artists and potential collaborators visits are available by appointment—please email us to arrange a private viewing

LEGAL

Privacy policy

T&C

@Load Gallery 2023

ADDRESS

Carrer Llull, 134, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

CONTACT

visit@load-gallery.com

SIGN UP FOR UPDATES

OPENING HOURS

4 PM - 9 PM, Thursday - Saturday

Gallery admission is free

For collectors, artists and potential collaborators visits are available by appointment—please email us to arrange a private viewing

LEGAL

Privacy policy

T&C

@Load Gallery 2023