Max Eastley
Aeolian Circles
11th July 2013 - 22nd September 2013
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In his installation "Aeolian Circles", British artist Max Eastley combines two elements: a series of kinetic objects in the interior of the reservoir and a wind harp in the exterior space. The sounds of the wind harp on the roof of the tower house are transmitted in real-time into the reservoir’s four concentric rings. The brick architecture and the reverberation times that last up to 18 seconds transform the wind-generated sounds into a dense sound texture that seems to move through the rings yet at the same time is contrasted with the concrete sounds of the kinetic objects in the space.

Large Water Reservoir, entrance Belforter Straße
Vernissage: Wednesday, 10.07. at 6 p.m.
Opening hours: Wed to Sun 2 – 8 p.m., long night: 22.09. to midnight
Entrance fee: EUR 4 / reduced EUR 3, U2 Senefelderplatz, M2 Metzer Straße

Organised by singuhr e.v.
With the support of Bezirksamt Pankow von Berlin, Initiative Neue Musik Berlin e.V., Förderband e.V..

Foto: Heinrich Hermes