Immersive Art Projects

Dialogs with Nature
Regina Saura & Rita Roqueta

Today we know that collaboration between different disciplines gives a more polyhedral and enriching vision.

The plastic artist Regina Saura and the architect Rita Roqueta investigate new digital art techniques to raise
awareness in society about the importance of nature. From this synergy arises “Dialogue with nature” for the
creation of new projects.

I believe collaboration between different disciplines make projects grow and make them even more interesting.

Dialogs with Nature


Regina Saura

Regina Saura lives and works in the Empordà, (Girona) and it is in the nature that surrounds her that she finds her greatest source of inspiration. The environment is decisive for the inner world of this painter: feelings and emotions reflect the influence of the nature that surrounds her and are her particular, vital and eloquent stamp.

Colour is the starting point in all her work, a free, clean, abstract or concrete colour. The use of collage and graphic elements are integrated into her painting as an additional brushstroke. Always in constant evolution, Regina Saura manages to capture the magnitude and magic of life.

Regina’s mixed media paintings are represented in public and private collections throughout Europe, the United States and Japan, including the St. Petersburg Museum in Moscow and galleries in San Francisco. For her, art is a “raison d’être” that embodies perception, observation, composition and balance.

Rita Roqueta

Architect, born in Barcelona. Interested in research and innovation, sustainability, design, artistic interventions, illusions and ephemeral-immersive architecture.

Rita Roqueta has worked 5 years at the School of Architecture of Barcelona (ETSAB), in the construction department. Moved for work 9 years to Vienna and 1 year in Slovakia, with stops in Brazil, Uruguay, Hong Kong and New York.

She is currently in the R&D department of magics and scenography of Mago Pop, has launched a collection of small format Furniture with Carles Riart and works in different urban and museum installations.

Winner of sustainability projects such as “Sunflowers” at the EPSEVG, she has carried out countless competitions and designed everything from a football stadium with a shopping centre and hotel, to schools, residential projects, pedestrian bridges and offices.