We are honored to present the project film of Symphonie Cinétique - The Poetry of Motion.
This film presents the wonderful journey that media artist Joachim Sauter (ART+COM) and composer Ólafur Arnalds ventured on together at MADE, that culminated with the creation and performance of this interdisciplinary Gesamtkunstwerk.
The dialogue and exchange between these two craftsmen, each coming from a distinctly different discipline, resulted in a majestic clash of light, motion and sound.
Please dive in, let go and enjoy this wonderful moment - Joachim's graceful kinetic pieces breathing and moving in harmony with the touching music composed by Olafur.
Film by: Matthias Maercks
MADE is a creative platform for artists from various fields, located in the heart of Berlin.
It can be a gallery, a workspace, a studio, a stage, a laboratory, or a performance space – but most of all, it is a venue for interdisciplinary projects that invites artists to step out of their artistic routines.
The goal of MADE is to enable a new kind of creative work by bringing together different artistic fields and offering a workspace and an inspiring biotope that allows new things to happen.
MADE was founded in early 2010 by German contemporary artist tadiROCK, her partner Nico Zeh and ABSOLUT Vodka, a visionary brand that fosters creative collaborations for over 30 years.
Created by architectural designers Alexis Dornier and Ilija Bentscheff, the "Bottle-Light" is a hand-crafted piece comprised of 197 4.5 L bottles, each of which can adapt any color or mood and can be conducted like a visual orchestra of lights.
The piece was the grande finale of the month-long Absoult Art-Stream curated by MADE, and lit up the Berlin skyline in such a wonderful way.
We would like to thank:
Lechmann Engineering GmbH, Kay Kaden, Uwe Weinack, Mariano Fernandez, Thorsten Nass, Tomek,
Matthias Balz, Marco Thews, Daniel Margraf, Spreefunkeln, Füllner & Partner GmbH and LEDXON.
Special thanks to:
AF-FIX: Jörg Reinich, Andreas Levers, Frank Zimmermann & team
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