A woodcut from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo by the Japanese artist Hiroshige is the starting point for an unusual visual and auditory journey for the whole family. The different layers and colours of the woodcut each evoke different atmospheres and landscapes. The entire scenery is used as an instrument. Several showpieces of the Logos robot orchestra take centre stage. A unique experience.
Silvia Defrance - animation and projection
Godfried-Willem Raes - robots
Kristof Lauwers - composition, controlling electronica
Maja Jantar - direction
Laura Maes - composition, long strings installation & performance
Birgitte Mørk Winther - decor and costuming
Mattias Parent - technical support
Nona arts centre
30% robot orchestra
LUNALIA - Festival van Vlaanderen Mechelen and Stichting Logos.
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
Free & online concert, to be viewed on lunalia.be from 8 May onwards