Piano Sublimation combines sound, graphics and sculpture in multidisciplinary installations.
An "Ehrbar- Grand Piano” built around 1860, arises as common starting object, which cut of the piano represents the initial point of departure for an ongoing exchange and progressive translations in contemporary graphics, objects and sound.
This reciprocal dialogue of mutual artistic interventions is part of the work and leads the outcomes as representations of auditory and visual elements.
The musical and visual compositions are directly related to the measurements of the original object (grand-piano) and the methods of artistic transposition.
Sprache: Deutsch und Englisch