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15 – Onionlab & Xavi Bové Studio »Transfiguration«

Dreieinigkeitskirche

»Transfiguration« is an immersive show that transforms the space, engaging the audience in a collective experience with synchronized lights. This show blends architecture, music and emotion, leading through introspection, investigation, and transfiguration. Combining intimate moments with brilliant scenes, it catalyzes a remarkable shift in art and human perception. Divided into four parts, each corresponding to musical movements, it features minimalist contemporary classical music recorded by University Orchestra Regensbrug with electronic touches by a small orchestra.

Xavi Bové Studio and Onionlab are two innovative digital art studios based in Barcelona. They blend art and technology, creating unique audiovisual experiences delving into time, memory and human perception. They work in Berlin, New York, London, Singapore, Madrid and Rome, collaborating with institutions such as the Museo del Prado and the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. They unite tradition with innovation, navigating the organic and the digital. Embracing contrasts, their work covers diverse fields, from light and digital art to immersive experiences and projection mapping.

 

Accompanying program of the Dreieinigkeitskirche:

The accompanying program of the church is free of charge, no ticket bookings are necessary.

Saturday the 16th & Sunday the 24th of March each at 9:20pm: Light services accompanying the installation, with biblical texts on the theme of light. Pastor: Dr Gabriele Kainz.
Tuesday 19 March at 7 pm: Pop service “Warriors of Light”. Pop songs on the theme of “Light” are the focus. Pastor: Dr Gabriele Kainz. Music: Julia Dendl.

45 minutes of organ music “In nomine lucis”
On Friday evening at 7 p.m., various works on the theme of “light” will be performed in the Dreieinigkeitskirche as part of the Re.light festival. The focus will be on the aspects of darkness, battle, invocation, luminosity and inner light.
On the Ahrend organ (Bach organ): KMD Roman Emilius. Admission free.
The following works will be performed:
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Prelude and Fugue in A minor (Darkness, Struggle)
Giacinto Scelsi (1905-1988): In nomine lucis (Invocation)
François Couperin (1668-1733): Offertoire sur les grands jeux (Luminosity)
Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921): 3rd Fantasy in C major (Inner Light)

As a special highlight, the music, which was recorded exclusively for the light show by the Regensburg University Orchestra, could be experienced live at several events.

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