Freitag, 28. August 2015

CD & DVD Release 28.08.2015 ANNE-SOPHIE MUTTER THE CLUB ALBUM with Live Installation Philipp Geist


Anne-Sophie Mutter Live im Club

CD & DVD Release 28.08.2015
Anne-Sophie Mutter
ANNE-SOPHIE MUTTER
THE CLUB ALBUM
Live from Yellow Lounge
Lambert Orkis · Mahan Esfahani
Mutter's Virtuosi
Int. Release 28 Aug. 2015
1 CD / Download
0289 479 5023 3 CD DDD GH

mit/ with
Anne-Sophie Mutter, Geige
Lambert Orkis, Klavier
Mahan Esfahani Cembalo
Mutter's Virtuosi, Ensemble


Live Videoinstallation:
VIDEOGEIST / Philipp Geist

Anne-Sophie-Mutter Live Im Club
Zdf Portal Anne-Sophie Mutter

Das ZDF zeigt in zwei Sendungen die Aufzeichnung dieser Abende:
Teil 1: 28.06.2015 - 23.30 Uhr
Teil 2: 18.10.2015 - ca. 23.30 Uhr im Anschluss an die "ECHO Klassik"-Ãœbertragung

Links:
ZDFmediathek Video Anne-Sophie-Mutter-spielt-Ave-Maria
ZDFmediathek Video Anne-Sophie-Mutter-mit-Noa-Wildschut
ZDFmediathek Video Anne-Sophie-Mutter-mit-Virtuosi 

SuperLux: Smart Light Art, Design and Architecture for Cities is edited by Australian writer Davina Jackson, designed by Deuce (Sydney) and published internationally by Thames & Hudson (London) in September 2015.



SuperLux: Smart Light Art

Contents


SuperLux: Smart Light Art, Design and Architecture for Cities is edited by Australian writer Davina Jackson, designed by Deuce (Sydney) and published internationally by Thames & Hudson (London) in September 2015. ISBN 9780500343043, 272 pages.
Here's the Contents list:
ESSAYS
Introduction: Cities of Cool Light by Davina Jackson
Light's Bright Future: Lightscapes by Peter Weibel
Light, Architecture and Branding: Transforming Luminous Pixels into Brand Experiences by Thomas Schielke
Lunar Life in Humane Places by Mary-Anne Kyriakou
New Babylonian Cities: Leisurescapes of Networked Light and Data by Vesna Petresin
Conclusion: Illuminating the Titanic... Or Changing Course? (including a proposed SuperLux Code of Energy Conduct) by Peter Droege

PICTORIAL SECTIONS
(Introduction texts by Davina Jackson)
Elevations
- Architectural Light
- City Screens
- Projecting Fantasies
Environments
- Dead Zones, Dark Waters
- Parks, Plazas, Promenades
- Streets, Stairs, Bridges
Exhibits
- Dynamic Objects
- Immersions, Interactions
- Interior Intrigues

SPECIAL FEATURES
Luminous Structures: A Timeline of Historical Triumphs, notable projects compiled by Thomas Schielke
City Lights from Space: Astronaut Maps of Urban Life at Night using Nightpod photos from the European Space Agency with NASA
City Light Festivals compiled with advice from Bettina Pelz

Artists
More than 100 teams of artists, designers and architects and more than 160 lightworks are shown in the SuperLux book; many also in the SuperLux exhibition displayed at Sydney's Customs House during September-October 2015. Some of these talents also showed works at one or more of the original Smart Light festivals in Sydney (2009) and Singapore (Marina Bay 2010, 2012).
Here are the artists presented in the book, using the names by which they are best known:
Abin Design Studio
Aether & Hemera
AF Lighting (including Ljusarkitektur)
Ars Electronica (Future Lab)
Arup (Lighting)
ARM Architecture
Atelier H. Audibert (Hervé Audibert)
Atmos Studio (Alex Haw)
Michael Batz
Benoy Associates
Philip Beesley
BIBI (Fabrice Cahoreau)
b720 Fermin Vasquez Arquitectos
Michael Bielicky (with Kamilla B. Richter and ZKM students)
Bálint Bolygó
BOPBAA
Ingo Bracke
Caitlind RC Brown, Wayne Garrett
Buchan Group
Chris Burden
Casa Magica (Friedrich Foerster, Sabine Weissinger)
Edwin Cheong
Miguel Chevalier
Jeongmoon Choi
Angela Chong
CL3
CMA Lighting Design (Ta-Wei Lin)
Co-op Himmelb[l]au
Waltraut Cooper
Clouston Associates
Bill Culbert
Daglicht & Vorm (Rudolf Teunissen, Marinus van der Voorden)
Andrew Daly and Katharine Fife
Vicki DaSilva
Diller Scofidio and Renfro
Martina Eberle
Janet Echelman
The Electric Canvas
Electrolight
Brian Eno/Lumen London
Cornelia Erdmann
Titia Ex
Richi Ferrero (Gran Teatro Urbino)
Studio Fink (Peter Fink)
Fisher Marantz Stone & Partners
Virginia Folkestad
Forlights (Yutaka Inaba)
Paul Friedlander
Philipp Geist
Reinhardt Germer (formerly Meinhardt Light Art Studio)
Groupe LAPS (Thomas Veyssiere)
Ian de Gruchy
Sophie Guyot
Matthias Hank Haeussler
Jakob Kvist Hansen (with Andreas Groth Clausen and others)
Dev Harlan
Hartung Trenz (Detlef Hartung, Georg Trenz)
Daniel Hausig
Ali Heshmati, Lars Meess Olsohn
Norimichi Hirakawa
Diane Huntress
Michael Lee Hong Hwee
Inaba (Jeffrey Inaba)
Yann Kersalé (AIK)
Manfred Kielnhofer
KORO Public Art
Mischa Kuball
Mary-Anne Kyriakou
Warren Langley
William Latham
LAVA (Chris Bosse)
L.E.A.D
LED ARTIST (Teddy Lo)
Justin Lee
Simon Lee
Götz Lemberg
Lend Lease
Jen Lewin
Lighting Design Collective (Tapio Rosenius)
L’Observatoire International (XXXXX)
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (Antimodular)
Luz Interruptus
Laith McGregor
McDermott Baxter (Ruth McDermott, Ben Baxter)
Francesco Mariotti
Meinhardt (Light Art Studio)
Seiko Mikami
Moment Factory
MRA International
Geert Mul
Christoph Niederberger
Nosu Architects
Jean Nouvel
Ocubo (Nuno Maya, Carole Purnelle)
Office Architecture Barcelona (OAB)
Stephen Orlando
Parque de la Reserva
Jason Peters
Pascal Petitjean (Airstar)
PTW Architects
Ramus Illumination (Bruce Ramus)
Random International
Erwin Redl
RMJM
Rudy Ricciotti Architect
Daan Roosegaarde (Studio Roosegaarde)
Sardi Design
Jens Schader
Ursula Scherrer
Susanne Seitinger
Kate Shaw
Skidmore Owings and Merrill
Joe Snell
Speirs and Major
Spinifex Group
Storybox (Rob Appierdo)
Aleksandra Stratimirovic
Studio-29 (Tony Rimmer)
Studio ix (Guinter Parschaik)
Sun Yu-li
Aamer Tahmer
Laurens Tan
Technical Distribution Company
Kurt-Laurenz Theinert (Visual Piano, Hammerhaus)
TILT
UNSTABLE (Marcos Zotes and others)
Fiona Venn (formerly of Meinhardt Light Studio)
Yandell Walton
Guan Wei
WY-TO Architects (Yann Follain, Pauline Gaudry)
ZKM

AuthorsPeter Droege.
Prof. DI MAAS Peter Droege is General Chairman of the World Council for Renewable Energy and holds the Chair of Sustainable Spatial Development at the University of Liechtenstein. During three decades of practice, research and teaching at MIT, Tokyo and Sydney universities, he has won many international prizes for urban design and sustainable energy advocacy. He has published historically significant books and many articles developing and promoting advanced urban planning and regenerative design principles, encouraging the practical replacement of fossil and nuclear sources with renewable energy, while regenerating land and water systems to sequester atmospheric carbon. 

Davina Jackson (Marco Bok).
Davina Jackson is a Sydney-based international writer and promoter of cultural advances across design, architecture, and digital arts. A visiting research fellow with the computing department at Goldsmiths College, University of London, she was a director of government-funded companies which produced the world’s first ‘smart light’ festivals in Sydney and Singapore, and has curated exhibitions and published internationally on ‘data cities’, ‘virtual nations’, ‘Digital Earth’ and other geospatial advances. A former editor of Architecture Australia, multi-disciplinary design professor with the University of New South Wales and a writer/editor for various books, blogs, newspapers and design magazines, she gained an M.Arch on digital home design theories and is publishing her PhD thesis on pan-Pacific modernist Douglas Snelling. 

Mary-Anne Kyriakou.
Prof. Mary-Anne Kyriakou chairs lighting design at the University of Applied Sciences Ost-Westfalen Lippe in Detmold, Germany. She created and directed the world’s first eco-ethical ‘Smart Light’ festivals in Sydney (Vivid) 2009 and Singapore (iLight Marina Bay) 2010 and 2012. A founding leader of the light art group with Australian and Asian engineers Meinhardt, she was named by ABC Carbon Asia as one of the world’s top 100 leaders of sustainability advances in 2012. After patenting a brainwave-activated lighting control device, she continues post-masters research on potential urban applications of both biological and technological luminescence factors. Mary Anne studied electrical engineering, lighting design and music composition at the University of Sydney, has won awards for both design and music and is a director of the Studio Kybra practice with German light architect Ingo Bracke. 

Vesna Petresin (Steve Gullick).
Dr. Vesna Petresin is a time architect, space composer and performer. Currently a visiting research fellow with Goldsmiths College, University of London, and an artist-in-residence with ZKM Media Arts Centre in Karlsruhe, she earned her PhD for research on temporal composition in architecture, art and music. In 2004 she joined French artist Laurent-Paul Robert to establish the London-based Rubedo art collective, which integrates sophisticated themes and techniques from optics, acoustics, complex geometry, psychology and synaesthesia. The Rudebo team has delivered performances, immersive experiences, multimedia installations and artefacts to international festivals and venues including the Tate Modern, Vienna Secession, ArtBasel Miami, the Venice and Beijing Architecture Biennales, the Royal Festival Hall and the Sydney Opera House. 

Thomas Schielke (DIAL).
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Schielke studied architecture at the University of Technology in Darmstadt, Germany, and now leads lighting seminars and workshops at DIAL in Ludenscheid. He worked at the lighting manufacturer ERCO from 2001 till 2014 where he designed an extensive online guide for architectural lighting and led lighting workshops. He is a co-author of the ERCO book Light Perspectives – between culture and technology, has published numerous articles on lighting design and technology and has lectured at leading European and American universities, including Harvard GSD, MIT, Columbia GSAPP and ETHZ. 

Peter Weibel (Artis-Uli Deck).
Prof. Peter Weibel is Chairman and CEO of the ZKM Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe, Germany, and has been awarded Germany, France and Austria’s highest honours for arts and letters. Educated in literature, medicine, logic, philosophy and film in Paris and Vienna, he recently received two honorary doctorates from universities in Helsinki and Pécs, and has held professorial positions with leading European and United States universities. Since his 1986-1995 term as artistic director of the Ars Electronica Center in Linz, Austria, he has curated many milestone exhibitions; including Light Art from Artificial Light at ZKM in 2005-06 and the 2015 lichtsicht 5 Projection Biennale in Bad Rothenfelde. 

Publication Spotlights Contemporary Light Art in 21st-Century Germany / Publikation Scheinwerfer Lichtkunst in Deutschland im 21. Jahrhundert



Spotlights Contemporary Light Art in 21st-Century Germany (Eng)
Scheinwerfer Lichtkunst in Deutschland im 21. Jahrhundert (D)

Scheinwerfer
Lichtkunst in Deutschland im 21. Jahrhundert
Spotlights
Contemporary Light Art in 21st-Century Germany

Deutschland ist eine 'Lichtkunst-Landschaft' mit internationaler Ausstrahlung. Das Kunstmuseum Celle stellt in seiner Ausstellung 'Scheinwerfer. Lichtkunst in Deutschland im 21. Jahrhundert' sechzig Kuenstlerinnen und Kuenstler vor, die Licht als kuenstlerisches Material nutzen. Der umfangreiche Katalog ist mehr als eine Dokumentation des Ausstellungsprojekts er bietet eine gross angelegte Momentaufnahme der aktuellen deutschen Lichtkunst-Positionen und zeigt ihre erstklassige Qualitaet und beeindruckende Vielfalt.
Germany is a 'Light Art landscape' that radiates internationally. In its exhibition, Spotlights: Contemporary Light Art in 21st-Century Germany, the Kunstmuseum Celle presents sixty national and international artists. All work with light, and are all connected somehow to Germany, either through ancestry, residence, education, or professorships. This extensive catalogue does more than just document the exhibition; it offers a wide range of snapshots featuring contemporary Light Art production, its first-class quality, and impressive complexity.

Artists (among others)/ Kuenstler:
Jürgen Albrecht, Gudrun Barenbrock, Tim Berresheim, Shan Blume, Urs Breitenstein, Bjoern Dahlem, Guenter Dohr, Sven Druehl, Gunda Foerster, Max Frey, Philipp Geist, Klaus Geldmacher, Atelier Goulbier, Helga Griffiths, Andrea Thembie Hannig, Hartung Trenz, Lisa Haselbek, Daniel Hausig, Sebastian Hempel, Hermelinde Hergenhahn, Margareta Hesse, Albert Hien, Christoph Hildebrand, Ail Hwang, Constantin Jaxy, Dieter Jung, Kazuo Katase, Hans Kotter, Siegfried Kreitner, Mischa Kuball, Vollrad Kutscher, Stefanie Lampert, Heinz Mack, Mader Wiermann, Francesco Mariotti, Jakob Mattner, molitor & kuzmin, Chris Nägele, Boris Petrovsky, Martin Pfeifle, Otto Piene, Tobias Rehberger, Stephan Reusse, Susanne Rottenbacher, Michael Sailstorfer, Sigrid Sandmann, Albrecht Schäfer, Regine Schumann, Detlef Schweiger, Helmut Schweizer, Paul Schwer, Max Sudhues, Timm Ulrichs, Nils Voelker, Rosmarie Weinlich, Claudia Wissmann, Achim Wollscheid

Juli 2015
Ausstellung: Scheinwerfer. Lichtkunst in Deutschland im 21. Jahrhundert, Teil 1: 16.11. 2013 - 30.3. 2014, Teil 2: 28.6. 2014 - 5.10. 2014, Kunstmuseum Celle mit Sammlung Robert Simon
Exhibition: Spotlights. Contemporary Light Art in 21st-Century Germany, part 1: 16.11. 2013 - 30.3. 2014, part 2: 28.6. 2014 - 5.10. 2014, Kunstmuseum Celle with Sammlung Robert Simon

edited by/ herausgegeben von
Julia Otto, Robert Simon

authors/ Texte
Bettina Catler-Pelz, Julia Otto, Michael Schwarz, Robert Simon, Michael Stoeber u. a.

graphic design/ Gestaltung
Hans-Joerg Prengel, Broeckel

ISBN: 978-3-7356-0056-1
Format: 23,00 x 30,00 cm
Pages/ Seiten: 264
Illustrations/ Abbildungen: 204 colored illustrations/ 204 farbige Abbildungen
Cover: Hardcover, bound/ Hardcover, gebunden
Languages/ Sprachen: Deutsch | Englisch
38,00 euro

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Bauhaus Dessau Bauhausfest - Workshop
Alexandria Egypt/ Ägypten - Workshop & AV Performance
Teheran/ Iran - Projection Mapping Installation
Dhaka Bangladesh - Projection Mapping Installation
Giesing/ Munich/ München - Light Installation
Anne-Sophie Mutter Europa Club Tour - Live Installation


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Dessau Bauhausfest 2015
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Dessau Bauhausfest 2015

Philipp Geist: Licht-Video-Projektion
Freitag 22 Uhr und Samstag 20 - 1 Uhr auf der Fassade des Atelierhauses (Prellerhaus) und im Bauhaus Gebäude

Das Bauhaus steht im Licht. Anlässlich des UNESCO-Jahres des Lichtes erarbeiten die Teilnehmer eines zweiwöchigen Lichtworkshops zeitgenössische Formen, um das historische Bauhausgebäude über Licht und Video zu inszenieren.

Den Workshop, der im Vorfeld des Bauhausfestes stattfindet, leitet Philipp Geist, der u.a. Installationen in Rio de Janeiro an der Christusstatue, in Bangkok am Königspalast und am HVB Tower in München umgesetzt hat. Am Bauhaus realisierte Philipp Geist 2014 zum Bauhausfest eine Video-Mapping-Installation 'Farbe Fassade Figur' thematisch zu Schlemmers Triadischem Ballett.

Philipp Geist (Leitung) mit ­Magdalena Götze, Marco Vargas Weers, Jayson Haebich, Jully Acuna, Natalia Orendain, Peter Müller und Jessica Giuliano.

<<http://www.bauhaus-dessau.de/philipp-geist-licht-video-projektion.html>>

PARTNER
Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau, Stadt Dessau-Roßlau, Anhaltisches Theater Dessau, Hochschule Anhalt, weißensee ­kunsthochschule berlin, Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Design Museum Bratislava, Filmuniversität ­Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF

Kollektives Blau

18. Bauhausfest am 4. und 5. September 2015 im und um das Bauhausgebäude


Die Feste des Bauhauses sind legendär: In den 1920ern feierten die Bauhäusler mit aufwändigen Inszenierungen, Verkleidungen und Konzerten - und mit ihnen die ganze Stadt. Seit 1997 lässt die Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau diese Tradition alljährlich wieder aufleben - mit experimentellen Projekten, Installationen, Performances, Lesungen, mit Musik, Tanz und Kulinarischem. Das Bauhausgebäude und der umgebende Stadtraum werden unter wechselndem Motto künstlerisch in Szene gesetzt und bespielt - von regionalen, nationalen und internationalen Künstlern, Designern, Musikern und Studierenden.

2015 nimmt das Bauhausfest Bezug auf den Bauhausmeister Wassily Kandinsky und dessen Wirken in dem 1924 gegründeten Künstlerkollektiv 'Die Blaue Vier", dem neben Kandinsky die Bauhausmeister Paul Klee und Lyonel Feininger sowie Alexej von Jawlensky angehörten. Letzterer gehörte vor dem Ersten Weltkrieg ebenso wie Kandinksy zur legendären Künstlergruppe 'Der Blaue Reiter'. Die Künstlerkollektive bieten ebenso wie Wassily Kandinskys künstlerische Reflexionen des Zusammenhangs von Farben, Formen und Klang, seine kunstpädagogischen Ansätze und seine Theorien zur Bühne reichlich Stoff für eine experimentelle und reichhaltige Festgestaltung. In Vorbereitung findet unter anderem ein Besucher-Workshop mit dem renommierten Lichtdesigner Philipp Geist statt, bei dem die passende Illumination des Bauhausgebäudes für das Fest erarbeitet wird.



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Ägypten / Egypt Alexandria------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Audio-visuelle Performance & Workshop
Goethe Institut

Philipp Geist
Workshop 13.-17.09.2015
Audio/ Visuel Performance 17.09.2015
<<http://www.goethe.de/ins/eg/kai/ver/de14692794v.htm>>

Audio-visuelle Performance

Philipp Geist


Audio-visuelle Performance
17.09.2015, 19:00 Uhr
Jesuits Cultural Center
289, Port Said Str.
Cleopatra, Alexandria
Eintritt frei
Information: +20 3 487987
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info@alexandria.goethe.o
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©Philipp Geist/ VG Bildkunst Bonn

Zum ersten Mal findet in Alexandria unter der Leitung des international renommierten Lichtkünstlers Philipp Geist eine Performance von Visual Jockeys statt, d.h. Videokünstlern, die bei Musikveranstaltungen die Audioperformance um eine visuelle Komponente erweitern.
Auf Leinwänden, Monitoren, Museumsfassaden und Plätzen projizieren sie Licht- und Videoprojektionen, die mit Hilfe der Computertechnik erzeugt werden.
Philipp Geist (1976) arbeitet weltweit als Künstler mit den Medien Video-/ Lichtinstallation, Fotografie und Malerei.
Seine Video-Mapping-Installationen verzichten auf Leinwände und verwandeln verschiedenste Architekturen in bewegte, malerische Lichtskulpturen. 2013 erhielt Geist den Deutschen Lichtdesign-Preis in der Kategorie Lichtkunst für seine Installation ,,Time Drifts'', die er anlässlich der Luminale 2012 auf dem Platz der Goethe-Universität in Frankfurt am Main zeigte. Die Installation visualisierte die Themen Zeit und Raum.
In Zusammenarbeit mit dem Jesuits Culural Center.

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<<http://www.goethe.de/ins/eg/kai/ver/ar14692794v.htm>>


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Contemporary Art
Scheinwerfer
Lichtkunst in Deutschland im 21. Jahrhundert
https://www.kerberverlag.com/contemporary_art/scheinwerfer/product-3471.html

Spotlights
Contemporary Light Art in 21st-Century Germany

Germany is a 'Light Art landscape' that radiates internationally. In its exhibition, Spotlights: Contemporary Light Art in 21st-Century Germany, the Kunstmuseum Celle presents sixty national and international artists. All work with light, and are all connected somehow to Germany, either through ancestry, residence, education, or professorships. This extensive catalogue does more than just document the exhibition; it offers a wide range of snapshots featuring contemporary Light Art production, its first-class quality, and impressive complexity.

Deutschland ist eine 'Lichtkunst-Landschaft' mit internationaler Ausstrahlung. Das Kunstmuseum Celle stellt in seiner Ausstellung 'Scheinwerfer. Lichtkunst in Deutschland im 21. Jahrhundert' sechzig Künstlerinnen und Künstler vor, die Licht als künstlerisches Material nutzen. Der umfangreiche Katalog ist mehr als eine Dokumentation des Ausstellungsprojekts - er bietet eine groß angelegte Momentaufnahme der aktuellen deutschen Lichtkunst-Positionen und zeigt ihre erstklassige Qualität und beeindruckende Vielfalt.

Künstler (u. a.)/ Artists (among others):
Jürgen Albrecht, Gudrun Barenbrock, Tim Berresheim, Shan Blume, Urs Breitenstein, Björn Dahlem, Günter Dohr, Sven Drühl, Gunda Förster, Max Frey, Philipp Geist, Klaus Geldmacher, Atelier Goulbier, Helga Griffiths, Andrea Thembie Hannig, Hartung Trenz, Lisa Haselbek, Daniel Hausig, Sebastian Hempel, Hermelinde Hergenhahn, Margareta Hesse, Albert Hien, Christoph Hildebrand, Ail Hwang, Constantin Jaxy, Dieter Jung, Kazuo Katase, Hans Kotter, Siegfried Kreitner, Mischa Kuball, Vollrad Kutscher, Stefanie Lampert, Heinz Mack, Mader Wiermann, Francesco Mariotti, Jakob Mattner, molitor & kuzmin, Chris Nägele, Boris Petrovsky, Martin Pfeifle, Otto Piene, Tobias Rehberger, Stephan Reusse, Susanne Rottenbacher, Michael Sailstorfer, Sigrid Sandmann, Albrecht Schäfer, Regine Schumann, Detlef Schweiger, Helmut Schweizer, Paul Schwer, Max Sudhues, Timm Ulrichs, Nils Völker, Rosmarie Weinlich, Claudia Wissmann, Achim Wollscheid

Scheinwerfer
Juli 2015

Ausstellung: 'Scheinwerfer. Lichtkunst in Deutschland im 21. Jahrhundert', Teil 1: 16.11. 2013 - 30.3. 2014, Teil 2: 28.6. 2014 - 5.10. 2014, Kunstmuseum Celle mit Sammlung Robert Simon

herausgegeben von
Julia Otto, Robert Simon

Texte
Bettina Catler-Pelz, Julia Otto, Michael Schwarz, Robert Simon, Michael Stoeber u. a.

Gestaltung
Hans-Jörg Prengel, Bröckel

ISBN: 978-3-7356-0056-1
Format: 23,00 × 30,00 cm
Seiten: 264
Abbildungen: 204 farbige Abbildungen
Cover: Hardcover, gebunden
Sprachen:
Deutsch | Englisch
38,00 ?

Kunstmuseum Celle inBetween seit Juni 2014 / since Juni 2014 Scheinwerfer II Group Show / Gruppenausstellung
IMG_1310.JPG DSC05986+jpg_ PhilippGeist

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inBetween - Kunstmuseum Celle 2014
Video-Room-Installation
Group Show/ Gruppenausstellung - "Scheinwerfer II"
<<http://www.videogeist.de/inBetween_KunstmuseumCelle.html 2>>



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NEW Anne-Sophie Mutter CD & DVD Release 28.08.2015
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CD & DVD Release 28.08.2015

Anne-Sophie Mutter
ANNE-SOPHIE MUTTER
THE CLUB ALBUM

Live from Yellow Lounge
Lambert Orkis · Mahan Esfahani
Mutter's Virtuosi
Int. Release 28 Aug. 2015
1 CD / Download
0289 479 5023 3 CD DDD GH

mit/ with
Anne-Sophie Mutter, Geige
Lambert Orkis, Klavier
Mahan Esfahani Cembalo
Mutter's Virtuosi, Ensemble

Live Videoinstallation:
VIDEOGEIST / Philipp Geist

<<http://www.zdf.de/musik-im-zdf/anne-sophie-mutter-live-im-club-38711418.html>>

<<http://www.zdf.de/ZDF/zdfportal/programdata/3c6207e5-5373-4524-870d-7e7c80b6e84f/204
53752?doDispatch=1>>

Das ZDF zeigt in zwei Sendungen die Aufzeichnung dieser Abende:
Teil 1: 28.06.2015 - 23.30 Uhr
Teil 2: 18.10.2015 - ca. 23.30 Uhr im Anschluss an die "ECHO Klassik"-Übertragung

Links:
<<http://www.zdf.de/ZDFmediathek/beitrag/video/2428916/Anne-Sophie-Mutter-spielt-Ave-Maria#/beitrag/video/2428916/Anne-Sophie-Mutter-spielt-Ave-Maria>>
<<http://www.zdf.de/ZDFmediathek/beitrag/video/2428916/Anne-Sophie-Mutter-spielt-Ave-Maria#/beitrag/video/2428398/Anne-Sophie-Mutter-mit-Noa-Wildschut>>

<<http://www.zdf.de/ZDFmediathek/beitrag/video/2428916/Anne-Sophie-Mutter-spielt-Ave-Maria#/beitrag/video/2428840/Anne-Sophie-Mutter-mit-Virtuosi>>



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Review Charity Installation at Weilheim Maria Himmelfahrt Kirche
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LichtRäume Videoinstallation - Philipp Geist

Stadtpfarrkirche Maria Himmelfahrt in Weilheim

<https://vimeo.com/128943549>>
Charity Projekt mit Lions Club Weilheim

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HwV7PL07AY&feature=youtu.be&a
http://www.merkur.de/lokales/weilheim/weilheim/weilheim-alles-augenblick-5042777.html
http://www.kreisbote.de/lokales/weilheim-schongau/philipp-geist-weilheim-5046097.html
http://www.br.de/mediathek/video/sendungen/abendschau-der-sueden/licht-kunst-weilheim-100.html



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Philipp Geist Deutsch Historisches Museum Berlin Schlüterhof Berlin 05. Juni 2015
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMOahXLZh5c
<https://vimeo.com/130135175>>

On the occasion of the UniCredit Champions League Event at the German Historical Museum in Berlin and the 25 Year anniversary of the German reunification the Berlin based artist Philipp Geist develops a site-specific light art installation on the facade at the Schlüterhof. In his light art installation Philipp Geist interprets the themes of the history of the German reunification and the themes of time, freedom and peace in a poetic and artistic way. The installation is not narrative but evokes poetically the young history of the unit of Europe. Geist lets symbols and historical photos come alive by integrating them into his artworks. He avoids using canvases and projects directly on parts of the facade at the Schlüterhof. Words in different European languages about the history of the reunification, the fall of the Berlin Wall, of time and peace are projected onto the facade. The second topic of his abstract light painting is the Champions League which is a further symbol of a unified Europe and with the Trophy and hymn and other football symbols in an abstract interpretation. The Historical museum provides the perfect location for this as it shows the long way in history up to today's form of Europe. Thus, Geist develops a dialogue with the location, his artistic work and the guests. In his artistic and abstract works Philipp Geist interprets the themes in a poetic way, integrating photos as a collages from the fall of the Berlin Wall, Trabbi Cars run one's hand over the facade, watchtowers collapse. A sound collage by the Italian composer Fabrizio Nocci with recordings from different emotional impressions about the German reunification and Champions League will be part of the installation.

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INSIDE CAMP #11 - GEZEICHNET DURCH DIE KOMPLEXITÄT DER INTEGRATION VON RAUM, TON UND BEWEGBILD
Philipp Geist bespielte mit seinen Projektionen bereits eine brasilianische Favela und die Cristo Redentor Statue in Rio de Janeiro.

<<https://www.music-news.at/news/inside-camp-11-gezeichnet-durch-die-komplexitaet-der-integration-von-raum-ton-und-bewegbild/>>


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Design Interview

"Urban space is open to all"
Tim Rittmann on June 30th, 2015

<<http://smart-magazine.com/design/interview-philipp-geist-berlin-light-art/>>


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Gera Höhler Biennale
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http://www.hoehlerbiennale.de

7. Höhler Biennale 2015
19. Juni -18. Oktober 2015

Thema: 'LICHTfern'

Riverine Zones - Philipp Geist
Gerald Hofmann/ Nürnberg
Nicolaus Werner/ Wiesbaden
Hermine Reidinger/Michael Sardelic/ Linz/Österreich
Irene Anton/ Berlin
Annina Hohmuth/ Dresden
Oliver Huet/ St.Lactencin/Frankreich
Margit Neuendorf/ St.Lactencin/Frankreich
Philipp Geist/ Berlin
Reinhold Neururer/ Tarrenz/Österreich
Frank Herrmann/ Dresden
Heinz-Bert Dreckmann / Falkensee
Janine Hönig/ Berlin
Horst-Werner Schneider/ Georgenthal
Detlef Schweiger/ Dresden
Romana Menz-Kuhn/ Eschborn
Carl Vetter Salzwedel
Uschi Frank/Walter Gramming/ Neustadt/Aisch
Thomas Lindner / Erfurt
Albrecht Fersch/ Berlin
Oliver Kelm/ Mainz
Marion Linke/ Rüfenacht/Schweiz
J.Runge/A.Lohmann-Zell/I.Jänicke/ Halle/Saale
Hannes Weinberger/ Stams/Österreich
Sven Schmidt/ Gera
Winfried Wunderlich/ Gera
Nora Grawitter/ Gera
Erdmute Prautzsch / Hamburg
Rosmarie Weinlich/ Erfurt


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15 year anniversary

Tied & Tickled Trio - Yolanda (2000)
<<https://vimeo.com/3880030>>
Phonem Blone Kone by Philipp Geist (2000)
<<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsJFnHxkFko>>

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MOVIE Philipp GEIST 2005-2014
short/ kurze Version
https://vimeo.com/104135567
long/ lange Version
https://vimeo.com/101056315
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Montag, 6. Juli 2015

“Urban space is open to all“ smart magazine interview


Design Interview

“Urban space is open to all“

It takes Philipp Geist mere seconds to change the look of a city: When the Berlin-based light artist transforms the facades of churches, palaces, and statues into gigantic nocturnal works of art, the results are enchanting. And hint at endless possibilities.

http://smart-magazine.com/design/interview-philipp-geist-berlin-light-art/

Movie ONLINE - Philipp Geist German Historical Museum Schlüterhof Berlin 05 June 2015

Philipp Geist German Historical Museum Schlüterhof Berlin 05 June 2015



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMOahXLZh5c

Philipp Geist German Historical Museum/ Deutsch Historisches Museum Schlüterhof 05/06/2015 Sound Design Fabrizio NOCCI
installation philipp geist schlüterhof

On the occasion of the UniCredit Champions League Event at the German Historical Museum in Berlin and the 25 Year anniversary of the German reunification the Berlin based artist Philipp Geist develops a site-specific light art installation on the facade at the Schlüterhof. In his light art installation Philipp Geist interprets the themes of the history of the German reunification and the themes of time, freedom and peace in a poetic and artistic way. The installation is not narrative but evokes poetically the young history of the unit of Europe. Geist lets symbols and historical photos come alive by integrating them into his artworks. He avoids using canvases and projects directly on parts of the facade at the Schlüterhof. Words in different European languages about the history of the reunification, the fall of the Berlin Wall, of time and peace are projected onto the facade. The second topic of his abstract light painting is the Champions League which is a further symbol of a unified Europe and with the Trophy and hymn and other football symbols in an abstract interpretation. The Historical museum provides the perfect location for this as it shows the long way in history up to today’s form of Europe. Thus, Geist develops a dialogue with the location, his artistic work and the guests. In his artistic and abstract works Philipp Geist interprets the themes in a poetic way, integrating photos as a collages from the fall of the Berlin Wall, Trabbi Cars run one’s hand over the facade, watchtowers collapse. A sound collage by the Italian composer Fabrizio Nocci with recordings from different emotional impressions about the German reunification and Champions League will be part of the installation.

ZDF Anne-Sophie Mutter live im Club Ein Weltstar in außergewöhnlichem Ambiente

Zdf Anne-Sophie Mutter

Anne-Sophie Mutter live im Club

Ein Weltstar in außergewöhnlichem Ambiente

Anne-Sophie Mutter, die großartige Geigerin und die Verkörperung der Klassik par excellence, tritt mit einem Club-Programm in einer ehemaligen Industriehalle in Berlin-Friedrichshain auf.
An ihrer Seite das junge Ensemble ihrer Stipendiaten, "Virtuosi" genannt, und ihr langjähriger Klavierbegleiter Lambert Orkis. Mit Werken von Bach, Vivaldi, Brahms, Tschaikowsky, Gershwin und anderen. 
http://www.zdf.de/ZDF/zdfportal/programdata/3c6207e5-5373-4524-870d-7e7c80b6e84f/20453752?doDispatch=1

http://www.zdf.de/musik-im-zdf/anne-sophie-mutter-live-im-club-38711418.html
 
Das ZDF zeigt in zwei Sendungen die Aufzeichnung dieser Abende:
Teil 1:  28.06.2015 - 23.30 Uhr
Teil 2:  18.10.2015 - ca. 23.30 Uhr im Anschluss 
an die "ECHO Klassik"-Übertragung