scanning dimensions

Architectures of light and projection, by Conny Zenk.

scanning dimensions

Minuet in G major for piano, KV 15dd
  • Architectures of light and projection, by: Conny Zenk
  • Musical interpretation: Tzu-Yu Yang (fortepiano), Carlos Goikoetxea (harpsichord), David Ebner (piano), Curtis Hsu (piano)
  • Production
    Installation / light architecture: Conny Zenk
  • Analysis / work: Yaara Tal Andreas Groethuysen Katharina Klement
  • Recording: Sascha Tekale

Scanning dimensions opens up a space created by projection and light, as a dialogue and a fluid transition between music and video. The starting-point for the visualisation and spatial production will be one of Mozart’s early pieces, K1. Architectures of light and projection emerge in response to the composition. By means of smoke projection, repetitions, cross-references and overlaps become visible. At the same time, the projection manipulates sensory perception, as the projecting light beams are aimed directly at the visitors’ bodies. This is an ephemeral, almost intangible yet perceptible light architecture, which affects viewers in different ways, depending on their positioning and seating. It gives the impression of plunging into almost real, almost tangible landscapes and of expanding the music-filled space by means of video animation.