SKALAR IN Mexico City
5.11 - 6.12.2019 AT FRONTON
SKALAR is a large-scale artistic installation that explores the complex impact of light and sound on human perception. For the first time in another city, the show will come to Mexico City after having a resounding success in Berlin 2018 in the iconic cultural space Kraftwerk Berlin.
Coming November, Frontón México will host this audiovisual artistic experience created by light artist Christopher Bauder and musician Kangding Ray that will by presented in Mexico thanks to Noiselab's collaboration with the WHITEvoid studio.
Created by light artist Christopher Bauder and musician Kangding Ray, this monumental artwork is a reflection on the fundamental nature and essence of human emotions. By combining a vast array of kinetic mirrors and perfectly synchronized moving lights with a sophisticated multi-channel sound system, SKALAR offers an audiovisual narration of radiant light vectors and multi-dimensional sound in enormous pitch-dark space.
SKALAR is an intense journey through the cycles of basic human emotions. The ever-changing shades light, sound and movement trigger the full spectrum of emotional experiences. The feelings of amazement, surprise and euphoria are created, explored and repeated in cycles throughout the piece, providing a collective emotional — but at the same time — extremely individual experience.
EXHIBITION CYCLE & LIVE SHOW
SKALAR exhibition cycle is a unique experience which can be enjoyed daily Monday through Sunday. It will be open to the public from November through early December 2019. Tickets will give access for as long as one wants to stay to watch the show. On several special occasions, the creators of SKALAR will also present special live shows where visitors can enjoy an artistic and audiovisual experience different from the permanent cycle.
Established in 2000, Noiselab is a Mexico City-based company dedicated to contemporary culture. Through the rise of new technologies, Noiselab has developed different platforms, for both digital and offline experience, to promote interactions and conversations between society, art, and culture.
Through sophisticated communication strategies that link audiences, brands, and objectives, Noiselab has been known for its constant use of music as a cohesive element, because through art we can foresee the future and design trends.
WHITEvoid is a multidisciplinary studio founded in Berlin by light and media artist Christopher Bauder in 2004. The studio realises large-scale productions around the world at the intersection of art, design, and technology.
Space, light, sound, and interaction are the key elements of all the projects. WHITEvoid creates spaces, installations and products for museums, exhibitions, trade fairs, festivals, events, concerts, and clubs.