Symphonie Cinétique – The Poetry of Motion is a kinetic com­po­sition that exploits the poetic synergy of music and mecha­nical mo­tion in a space. It was con­ceived in an in­tense colla­­bo­ration between Ice­landic musi­cian Ólafur Arnalds and Joachim Sauter/ART+COM; shown July 2013 at MADE, Berlin.
The exhibition project focuses mainly on the cor­relation and inter­action of three elements: reflection, sound and movement. Symphonie Cinétique narratively inter­relates the three elements, and brings out their inherent, almost mystic harmony. The result of this process is an artistic synthesis, a unique spatial experience.

More information go to ART+COM: bit.ly/made_symphonie

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. made-blog.com

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