Our biological organics afford reproduction. Mankind can make both new forms that breathe, but we can also envision something that breathes. Therefore, to breathe life in our work, we decided that the theme for our 28th exhibition should be 'ORGANICS’.
Organic is a word with many a definition, but it mostly relates to the most important thing we all carry with us; life. In technical terms, organic defines an ability to respond to stimulants, reproduction and growth, amongst others. Our artists have taken their skills to the limit yet again to bring you our most diverse pack yet. With every piece showing a vastly different aspect of life, we think we have covered a great deal of the spectrum 'organic' defines. From the life that grows on our fine planet, to the theoretical lifeforms that may be inhabiting other galaxies. The result is stunning.
 For this exhibition we decided to highlight Lars Sowig. Time and time again he proved himself as an incredible artist and a good friend to all, so we didn't have much difficulty in deciding on this. Read his interview here.
Lastly, we like to thank you all for the great response we had on 'DEPTH' and hope this exhibition will impress you once again. Sit back and enjoy 'ORGANICS'!
The Luminarium Staff
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Terraformer by Christian 'Tigaer' Hecker
Striders of Vvardenfell by Erik 'kire' Shoemaker
Light widow by Maxime 'elreviae' des Touches
Microstream by Lars 'sowig' Sowig
Ezonova 2 by Kuldar Leement
Ezonova 3 by Kuldar Leement
Organica by Christian 'Tigaer' Hecker
Nox Imperatrix by Julian 'elementj21' Faylona
Black bones by Maxime 'elreviae' des Touches
Harvest by Katie Samantha Borkin
The offering by Christian Eres
Anthroposynthesis by Erik 'kire' Shoemaker
Starcaller by Alastair 'smiling demon'  Temple and Stu Ballinger
지나가는 구름 by Joeri 'joetjuhh' Taelman
Njupeskär by Alastair 'smiling demon' Temple
Under our feet by Alastair 'smiling demon' Temple
Lone pine by Alastair 'smiling demon' Temple
Overtaken by Joeri 'joetjuhh' Taelman
The Luminarium XXVII - Organics