Watt is Art
Discover how photovoltaic technologies are overcoming aesthetic and construction constraints to become real architectural assets. And it is precisely the aesthetic value of the technology that allows us today to show this industrial object in a committed and lucid artistic exhibition.
An immersive visit into the 3D space capture exhibition
Anyone can visit the Watt is Art Exhibition virtually at anytime thanks to 360° space capture by swiss photographer Olivier Gisiger.
Free onsite visits to the EPFL Pavilion, which respect all applicable health and safety guidelines, can be arranged for small groups.
Events and guided tours
Follow the guided tours and open talks of the exhibition Watt is Art.
The goal of this exhibition is to bring art and science together and to provoke emotional responses. We can open people’s eyes to the incredible potential of these technologies. Only our imaginations limit the design possibilities.
Initiator of the exhibition and Be-Smart member
The purpose of the Be-Smart unique and multi-disciplinary consortium is to significantly contribute to the implementation of a stronger European industrial sector in the field of solar energy and demonstrate new cost-effective BIPV product concepts with high quality architectural design.
The Be-Smart project has received funding from The European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 818009.