until 25.06. | #0584ARTatBerlin | Fata Morgana Galerie shows from 18th of June 2016 the sound reactive video installation “Noisebox” by the art group Glowing Bulbs.
Hungarian visual art group, Glowing Bulbs present their latest immersive projection controlled by an analogue drum set – available for all visitors to play on and trigger the imagery projected on the walls. Although the installation takes place in a single 20 m2 room, visitors may have the impression of standing into an endless void while modifying their surroundings with a musical instrument.
Glowing Bulbs is a Budapest and New York based visuals studio specialized in architectural mapping, video installations and live vj performances. They have been working with musicians, theaters and festivals all around the globe ranging from hard techno to classical music, contemporary dance to ballet, and appeared at major Hungarian and US festivals as well as mapped several well-known architectural masterpieces of the world. They are not new to the Berlin scene either as they already performed at Kraftwerk and Collegium Hungaricum Berlin numerous times.
Jü is a Hungarian power jazz trio bridging the gap between free jazz and hellacious, distortion-laced, guitar-driven hardcore rock. Beside dozens of Hungarian groups, the members have played with international musicians such as John Zorn, Eugene Chadbourne, Charles Gayle, Chris Potter, William Parker, and Hamid Drake.
Vernissage: Friday, 18th June 2016, 9 p.m. until midnight, with a live performance by power jazz band, JÜ (hu)
Exhibition period: Friday, 18th June to Saturday, 2th June 2016Zur FATA MORGANA GALERIE
Image caption: Noisebox Illustration 2
Exhibition Noisebox – Fata Morgana Galerie – Kunst in Berlin ART at Berlin