UNPAINTED artist Claudia Robles Angel presents the Installation and Performance REFLEXION – In Sync / Out of Sync.
REFLEXION – In Sync / Out of Sync- invites 2x visitors (e.g. couples) to experiment together with their heartrates. By measuring both heartbeats, the goal of this sound and light installation is to enable visitors to synchronise the rates of their hearts, to reflect thereafter upon the inner pulsations of their own bodies and the possibilities of harmony (in sync) or disharmony (out of sync) between two people. Sound and light follow and reflect the different situations of synchronisation /non-synchronisation.
During the opening, a performance introduces the main principles of the installation featuring also dance and live-percussion.
Wednesday 26 January, 7 pm – Opening
Conception, artistic direction and live-electronics: Claudia Robles-Angel
Dance: Marcela Ruiz Quintero
Percussion: Arturo Portugal
Live-Sound: Javier A. Garavaglia
Lightning: Dimitar Evtimov
Physical Computing: Andreas Gernemann-Paulsen
INTRODUCTION: Barbara Wengler, Humanities Scientist, Johanneskirche, Düsseldorf
26 January – 19. February 2022 / Thu. to Sat. 5 – 8 pm
Sun. 11 am – 1 pm
Friday 28. January, 7 pm
Choral Evensong – A musical evening service Sermon on the installation: Rev. Dr. Uwe Vetter.
Music: Johanneskantorei under the direction of Wolfgang Abendroth.
The installation runs afterwards from 8 to 9 pm.
Friday 11. Febrruary, 7 pm
ARTIST TALK with Prof. Dr. Renate Buschmann, Chair of Digital Arts and Cultural Mediation at the University of Witten/Herdecke.
The installation runs afterwards until 9 pm.
Monday 14. February, 5 – 7 pm
Heart to Heart – Valentine’s Day Action.
Do your heartbeat in unison? On Valentine’s Day, especially couples are invited to try the installation to synchronize their heartbeats. The artist will be present.
Johanneskirche – Stadtkirche
More info: www.johanneskirche.org
This installation has been made possible thanks to the support of E.ON Stiftung and this new edition is supported by the Kunststiftung NRW and the Johanneskirche Düsseldorf.