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09 – Quiet Ensemble »Solar Dust«

Minoritenkirche

The installation mesmerizes viewers with its iridescent magic and transforms the surrounding space into a celestial realm, enveloping spectators in an ethereal experience. Brilliant stars float in the air, suspended within a three-dimensional cloud-like structure that hovers above. These solar particles are dynamic, vibrant, and in constant motion, pulsating in sync with the accompanying music, as if they are one with it. The holographic effect creates the illusion of light emerging from nothingness, dancing suspended in the void. The interplay of vibrant colours and fluid movements creates an otherworldly tableau. It is a transcendent journey, where spectators are transported beyond the confines of reality, immersed in a realm of wonder and contemplation.

Founded in 2009 by Fabio Di Salvo and Bernardo Vercelli, Quiet Ensemble, generates audio-visual performances and installations by capturing the essence of various objects and creatures ranging from goldfish to pineapples to clouds. The research of Quiet Ensemble goes through the observation of balance between chaos and control nature and technology creating subjects that merge those elements that take form from the relation between organic and artificial subjects focusing on insignificant and wonderful elements like the movement of a fly or the sound of trees. Celebrating the “invisible concerts” around us every day, Quiet Ensemble strives to reveal hidden or often overlooked aspects of the environment around us.

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