Brigitte Satori Constantinescu
A digitally-staged audiovisual work of art creating a romantic world of light and sound in the new foyer of the office building at 50-54 Eschersheimer Landstraße. With the video-sound installation by the Darmstadt video artist Brigitte Satori Constantinescu, holger meyer architektur seeks to bring the infinite beauty and multi-facetted world of nature into the city. The installation interactively transports the viewer into fantastic landscapes, creating an exciting dialogue between architecture, nature and art. A world of sound composed especially for the video by Darmstadt composer Edith Quis, turns the installation into a complete audiovisual experience.
With this world of light and sound, the foyer, glazed both towards the street and the courtyard, enters into a dialogue between within and without – landscape and city – light and surface – in the spirit of romanticism. Edited video sequences of tracking shots through grassy fields and meadows evolve into graphic patterns of movement that provide a strong spatial effect. The garden behind the foyer, whose trees and furnishings are alternately illuminated, becomes an integral element of the installation, leading to a superimposition of the video sequences with live footage.
The installation can be viewed and enjoyed by passers – by in the street or those driving past. Those who engage with the installation and linger will also be able to immerse themselves in a world of sound specially composed for the video movements.
Brigitte Satori Constantinescu works with photomontage, video, installation. Her main focus is on nature and man. Numerous exhibitions at home and abroad. Since 2014, Edith Quis and Brigitte Satori Constantinescu have been collaborating to create audiovisual works of art with successful world premieres.
Edith Quis, freelance musician and composer, studied music in Darmstadt, Würzburg and Cologne. Focus on new music. Master classes at home and abroad. Since 2014, Edith Quis and Brigitte Satori Constantinescu have been collaborating to create audiovisual works of art with successful world premieres.
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