Sunday, September 27, 2015
Aire: Visual Concert for Nomads at Art All Night - Nuit Blanche DC 2015
“Aire – Visual Concert for Nomads” is a cinematic, musical and poetic piece created and directed Laia Cabrera (filmmaker and video artist) and Javier Moreno (composition, double bass) in collaboration with Isabelle Duverger (animation and projection mapping) that travels through time and space, for those seeking permanently, never having the feeling of forever.
The piece is designed as a site-specific visual concert, conceived from an original musical suite and developed as collaboration into an allegory of images and immersive video mapped projection design on an architectural space.
Exploring the nomadic nature of our lives in a geographical and emotional level, we invite the viewer on an adventure through the senses, where love and traveling are intertwined in an inseparable way, telling the story of the ephemeral and the eternal.
Laia Cabrera: film director, filmmaker and video artist
Javier Moreno: Musical Director, Composer and double bass
Isabelle Duverger: projection mapping, visuals and animation
Musicians: Amy Kang, cello; Amanda Lo, violin; Roman Filiú, alto sax; George Dulin, keys; Jeff Davis, drums
Art All Night: Nuit Blanche DC is an all-night exploration and celebration of contemporary art, encompassing five of DC’s most vibrant neighborhoods. With this festival Washington, D.C. joins a global network of Nuit Blanche all night arts events that started in Paris in 2002 and has captivated audiences from Toronto to Tel Aviv.
Organized by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities in collaboration with H Street NE Organized by the Ibero-American Cultural Attaches Association (AACIA). With the support of SPAIN arts & culture, NYU King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center and Spain Culture New York.
We also presented in 2013 "Untitled Mind" in Art All Night DC as an indoor/outdoor video mapping installation.
pictures by Isabelle Duverger