Today I found a great artist who shows what is possible in the crazy world between art, light and dance – enjoy watching! Yours Miss J.
Using projection mapping onto street furniture, a dandypunk travels through various fantastical worlds, interacting with strange characters and treacherous landscapes, in the hope of unfolding the secrets and learning the techniques from the ancient book of “The Alchemy of Light”.
A dandypunk exists to inspire and motivate creativity, non-conformity, whimsy, intense curiosity, do-it-yourself mentality and everyday eccentricity in everybody. The new weird.
Last year saw the closing of the Deutsche Guggenheim. In its wake, the institution’s allied sponsor, Deutsche Bank, was suddenly left without a strong voice in the Berlin art scene. In the past few weeks, there have been social media musings that something big was about to happen. Finally, last weekend Deutsche Bank announced something HUGE: the inaugural 24-hour exhibition of its new Kunsthalle will accept works by any artist who wishes to exhibit within the new space.
Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle’s open call for artists. Artists arrived by the thousands to submit their works. The event of the Kunsthalle inaugurating its space with a huge showcase of all the pieces.
The vernissage was a great event. More than 6000 visitors in 24 hours!
Becaue of the great response of this project there will be a new exhibition the 28th of april in the “Alten Münze” in Berlin to show also the other submitted works!