Mozart had to deal with the problem of being an ordinary person and at the same time an extremely sensitive musician. Was it difficult to accept himself? Did he frighten himself when he realised his extraordinary talent? Was his humour helpful in accepting himself? In the search for answers to these questions, many themes can be discerned that can be symbolic and meaningful for any generation and at any time.
Scanning dimensions opens a space of projection and light as a dialogue and flowing transition between music and video. One of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's early pieces, KV15dd, becomes the starting point for the visualization and staging in the space.
A project by
Tzu-Yu Yang , Carlos Goikoetxea, David Ebner and Curtis Hsu
Architectures of light and projection arise in reference to the composition. By means of fog projection, repetitions, references and superimpositions become visible. At the same time, the projection in space plays with sensual perception: the projected light beams hit the bodies of the viewers directly. It is an ephemeral, hardly tangible, but perceptible light architecture, which has a very different effect on the audience through the positioning and places of the spectators. The impression is created of immersing oneself in almost real, almost tangible landscapes and using video animation to expand the space filled with music.
- Idea and installation / light architecture: Conny Zenk
- Musical interpretation: Tzu-Yu Yang (fortepiano), Carlos Goikoetxea (harpsichord), David Ebner (piano) and Curtis Hsu (piano)
- Analysis / piece: Yaara Tal, Andreas Groethuysen and Katharina Klement
- Sound recording: Sascha Tekale