Ready and willing to submit your senses to the unknown? Through 25.2.2018, the imposing industrial architecture of Kraftwerk Berlin is setting the stage for the kind of emotional rollercoaster you’ll want to be taken on. Controlling the ride are media artist Christopher Bauder and musician David Letellier, aka Kangding Ray, who have brought together their technical expertise and artistic vision to create a light and sound installation of epic proportions: A light performance involving 90 moving lights and 65 motorized mirrors is interwoven with Kangding Ray’s boundary-blurring electronic soundscapes. Launched as part of CTM 2018, “Skalar” explores how light and darkness, silence and sound influence human emotion, in line with the festival’s “turmoil” leitmotif. Live performances on 4.2 and 24.2.2018 promise to add a whole new level of spatial and sonorous texture to the work. Secure tickets now and be prepared to immerse yourself in a multi-dimensional sensory experience that takes experimental techno — and your sense of perception — to lofty new heights. Or email us for the chance to win one of two free double passes to this Sunday night’s 20.30h performance. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Renderings: Whitevoid)
Kraftwerk Berlin, Köpenicker Str.70, 10179 Berlin-Mitte; map
“Skalar — Reflections on Light and Sound” — in collaboration with CTM Festival 2018 and Kraftwerk Berlin, Facebook event
Exhibition runs until 25.2.2018, Mon-Thu 15-21h, Fri-Sat 13-23h, Sun 13-21h
Live Performances: 4.2.2018, 18h & 20.30h and 24.2.2018, 20h & 22.30h. Tickets here.