This video is a part of collaboration art project ” Restrain&Release”, Created by Maria Koshenkova , Blue ( Izuru Mizuttani ) Go Arizue, in Nagoya” AMC” 2018.
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Production supported by Danish Art Foundation/Statens Kunstfonds, Knud HøjgaardsFond. Ellen og Knud Dalhoff Larsens Fond.
Prodused in VAK/ Vestsjællands Arbejdende Kunstværksteder
MINDCRAFT18 exhibition curated by Ditte Hammerstrøm
This is How it Works…with “crazy silvering”.
The movements of visitors are translated into data to control sound and video. The object (and the room around) turn into an instrument. The system is sensible to dynamics. We use custom-made software, programmed in C++.
Maria Koshenkova – glass object
Richard Deutsch – interactive environment, sound
Christian Vogel – programming
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Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art. Copenhagen https://chartartfair.com/fairs/design-fair/represented by SIRIN Gallery Copenhagen. https://www.sirincph.com/about/
On View from October 5th 2018 – januar 13th 2019 Photo@ Kurt Rodahl Hoppe
My Work ” The Pink Rope” is part of this prestigious exhibition in Japan. Only 50 works were selected out of 1000 Photo@ kurt Rodahl Hoppe
My glass instalation ” FOLLOW ME” is chooosen to be part of this great curarted exhibition. The chosen focus of MINDCRAFT18 is on the essence of the work with design and craft. In this year’s exhibition, the objects on display take centre stage, with an emphasis on the hands-on engagement with the material and the… Read more »
Scandinavian Glass – starting all over is a collaboration between three highly estimated Scandinavian museums – Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, Ebeltoft (Denmark), The Glass Factory, Boda (Sweden) and The Finnish Glass Museum, Riihimäki (Finland ) – which aims at redefining the future for glassmaking. The project has been supported by The Nordic Culture Fund as part of… Read more »
Supported by Danish Art Foundation On view in Ebeltoft Glass Museum Denmark A.Petersen. Copenhagen