The visual piano performances give people a unique experience of space and time. Please find below examples in different spacial situations with different musicians.
We are a team of experts working on artistic transformations with light and sound.
Light Artist / Inventor
The performing artist playing the visual piano – creating light environments in real time.
Developer / Interaction Designer
The software developer with brilliant ideas and skills created a software that never failed.
Curator / Light in Fine Arts
Exploring the dynamic ratio of light, color and shape is essential in her curatorial work.
Musician / Sound Artist
The visual music expert and co founder of the camp festival for visual music.
A team of innovative video technicians finding a solution for any task.
Musician / Sound Artist
Powerful sensitive music from technoid beats to analogue overtone singing.
Live Video Performer
Attracted to what is fleeting, what can’t be captured, what is past before it is recognized.
Guitar / Sound Artist
Expressive and emotional guitar soundscapes in unusual settings, co founder of the camp festival.
Pianist / Music Researcher
Conceptual sound spaces and minimal music in an intense dialogue with visual aspects.
Organist / Improviser
Inspiring music and the power and variety of the organ augment the visual space.
Musician / Sound Artist
Magical music in the unusual combination of flute, voice and electronics.
Space / Time Objects
Ephemeral transclucent objects create artificial landscapes for projections – miraculous.
The Visual Piano is an instrument which makes it possible to create moving images in a space. It is unique and was conceived and developed by the photographer and light installation artist Kurt Laurenz Theinert in collaboration with the software designers Roland Blach and Philip Rahlenbeck.
Using a MIDI-keyboard it is possible to generate varying graphic patterns which can be digitally projected onto one or more screens. These dynamic and immediate drawings in light are not (as with VJ soft-and Hardware) generated by pre-recorded clips, but every moment of the performance is being played and modulated live and in real time via the keyboard and pedals.
Form and content are of one here. The “Visual Piano” performances explore professional contemporary artistic practice through the abstract, ephemeral medium of light, but at the same time they are consciously located in close proximity to the genre of “serious” entertainment.
Do you want to know more about visual piano events? Please give us a call or drop us an email and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
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