On Friday September 2, the compact mineral from PORCELANOSA Group, KRION® Solid Surface, was the main attraction at Trilogia3Arts, an event which joined both sculpture and gastronomy.
The cutting-edge acrylic stone was present at the Auditori Teulada Moraira in Teulada, Alicante, carried out by the famous sculptor, Quico Torres, whose sculpture, which is made of the versatile material from Systempool, was the driving force in this superb fusion of arts.
KRION® is a high-purity compact mineral, capable of adapting to any situation. We have a good illustration of this fitting perfectly with the creativity and art of any of each of the disciplines represented at Trilogia3Arts thanks to its elegance and subtlety. A perfect interface for the dialogue between them, keeping to the Quico Torres’ sculpture as the main reference point.
Regarding gastronomy, Trilogia3Arts hosted the “Merger between two arts” initiative. In this, the award winning chef with a Michelin star and a Repsol Sun and manager of the Casa Manolo restaurant, Manuel Alonso, added his discipline to the sculpture.
The other arts gathered at Trilogia3Arts in combination with the sculpture are photography and dance. With regard to photography, the National Photography Prize winner in 2005, Ouka Lele, will participate. A special guest to sponsor the 3rd Photography Auditori Teulada Moraira Contest, based on and inspired by Torres’ sculpture.
To combine sculpture and dance, a performance “Project Only: dance and sculpture in motion” is scheduled, whose main attraction is the renowned dancer and choreographer, Igor Yebra, a Spanish benchmark in classical dance.
KRION® at Dolia, the 6th Enotourism and Gastronomy Exhibition
The Trilogía3Arts event, in which PORCELANOSA Group has been a benchmark for both innovation and quality through its Solid Surface, is part of “Dolia, 6th Enotourism and Gastronomy Exhibition” held entirely at the Auditori Teulada Moraira. This exhibition aims to value the preservation of both the territory and landscape, under the umbrella of the Muscatel grape from Alexandria.