The next step in experiencing music
Just imagine: a limitless experience for sound, sight, smell and touch. You barely move, yet you can move from room to room. This is all made possible through the fantastic combination of Florian Magnus Maier’s music, Marcel Wierckx’s virtual reality creation, the spaces of the Rembrandthuis, the paintings of Joan Miró and the sound world of Black Pencil. An installation that can be visited after a concert, at a festival, in a museum or a gallery. The ultimate experience – a challenge that will continue to fascinate young and old alike.
As regards my means of expression, I try my hardest to achieve the maximum of clarity, power, and plastic aggressiveness; a physical sensation to begin with, followed up by an impact on the psyche.’
The quest for brutal expression in the work of Spanish-Catalan surrealist master Joan Miró (1893-1983) can be compared to the effect one aims to create with Virtual Reality: power, total immersion, clarity, impact.
Miró visited the Netherlands in 1928, and in awe of the old masters, especially Vermeer, decided to re-paint his own idiosyncratic, abstract versions of these works. These three ‘Dutch Interiors’ paintings form the theme of this production.
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