Sebastian Hohberg und Jan Mayerhofer
The light sculpture that hangs above the heads of the spectators is 8 meters high. The animated light moves in complete symbiosis with the music, which combines electronic sounds with classical instruments.
In four acts, the audience in the Dreikönigskirche follows the change of society through the digitalization of our lives.
The digital lifestyle is illuminated artistically. The story begins with the early days of the computer, a mechanical calculating machine. It tells of machines becoming faster and faster and more and more high-resolution, until they are finally more powerful than their designers and users in many areas. The border between the digital and analogue world becomes blurred.
Among other things, human dimensions of change, our permanent interaction with machines and their algorithmic filter worlds, emotional highs and lows, and the speed of life in the digital age are addressed.
Where will this journey take us?
Christine Mayerhofer leads creative teams as an art director or producer. As a programmer she creates interaction between man and machine. And as a light artist she brings light to life.
Sebastian Hohberg und Jan Mayerhofer sind seit vielen Jahren Partner auf der Bühne und im Studio. Unter dem Namen hoerfeld arbeiten sie derzeit an einer Konzert-Performance, die eine Fusion aus elektronischen Klängen und klassischen Instrumenten auf die Bühne bringt.
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