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KLANG|PASSAGEN – Symphonien einer Region / Light and media installation

KLANG|PASSAGEN – Symphonien einer Region
KLANG|PASSAGEN – Symphonien einer Region

Discipline: Interior Architecture

Discipline: Interior Architecture

At the 2004 Frankfurt Museum Riverbank Festival, the Untermain bridge became a central stage for the city’s museums. A SOUND|PASSAGE spanned a trail of light, video and sound across the bridge, turning the museums’ themes into the main theme of the festival: “Music in art. And art in music.” Two large projection areas, coupled to a sound system, turned a point of transition into a Sound Space – a place to linger and discover. 300 illuminated banners made the video display 100 metres wide. Over 50 different media feeds brought the sounds and images of the city and its museums to people everywhere. World-famous personalities reflected the diversity of Frankfurt’s musical history. For 3 million festival visitors, SOUND|PASSAGES became a living work of art in the heart of the city. A testimony to the importance of music and the arts in Frankfurt am Main, with its 16 museums on the riverbank alone.

Client / Manufacturer

Tourismus+Congress GmbH Frankfurt am Main

Tourismus+Congress GmbH Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Design

Atelier Markgraph

Atelier Markgraph
Frankfurt a. M., Germany

Roland Lambrette, Andreas Lorenschat, Jürgen Zeller

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Parviz Mir-Ali, Schleuse 15 (Musikalische Dramaturgie)

Parviz Mir-Ali, Schleuse 15 (Musikalische Dramaturgie)
Frankfurt am Main, Germany