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BLUE
NIGHT
NUEREMBERG
2014

CULTURE
IMPRESSED

30m² high resolution , modular LED video wall for the art installation " fade " in the Carthusian church at the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg.

BLUE
NIGHT
NUEREMBERG
2014

CULTURE
IMPRESSED

30m² high resolution , modular LED video wall for the art installation " fade " in the Carthusian church at the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg.

BLUE
NIGHT
NUEREMBERG
2014

CULTURE
IMPRESSED

30m² high resolution , modular LED video wall for the art installation " fade " in the Carthusian church at the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg.

BLUE
NIGHT
NUEREMBERG
2014

CULTURE
IMPRESSED

30m² high resolution , modular LED video wall for the art installation " fade " in the Carthusian church at the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg.


Blue Night Nuremberg 2014

HIGH-RESOLUTION LED TECHNOLOGY FOR AN ART INSTALLATION

On May 3, 2014 Nuremberg shone all in blue: with the Blue Night, the Franconian metropolis offered a cultural event in a class of its own. Sixty local cultural institutions participated in numerous art performances, music and light installations. The latter is our area of specialisation. And with this in mind, we were taken on as project sponsor, supporting the “Fade” art installation with high-definition video technology.

The modules used have a resolution of 6 mm and therefore provide a razor-sharp image even at a close viewing distance. Just the right material for Berlin light artist Jakob Kupfer’s visual artwork. Since the Blue Night was held under the “Sehnsucht” motto (“longing” in English) the artist had chosen an especially evocative location for his installation: the Carthusian Church at the Germanic National Museum. Here, Kupfer gave way to colour and light reflexes, letting them create new worlds independently. A 30 m² LED video wall served as “projection” surface for these images.

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