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Exhibition Detail
FUTURE SELF
Alexanderstrasse 7
9th Floor
10178 Berlin
Germany


May 3rd, 2012 - June 2nd, 2012
 
Future Self: Opening Night Performance, Random International, Wayne McGregor, Max RichterRandom International, Wayne McGregor, Max Richter,
Future Self: Opening Night Performance,
April 28th, 2012, Mixed-media, Dimensions variable
© Nils Krüger
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OPEN HOURS:  
Thursday – Saturday, 2pm – 7pm
TAGS:  
modern, figurative, performance, installation, interactive digital, technology, Media-art, choreography, composition mixed-media
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> DESCRIPTION
Anything can happen when a media artist collective (rAndom International), a choreographer (Wayne McGregor), and a composer (Max Richter) come totgether for a unique interdisciplinary clash at MADE. 


FUTURE SELF is a truly remarkable marriage of technology and the human being. 
The project studies movement, physical interaction through dance, and light & sound. The result is an exploration of the self – in both present and future.


FUTURE SELF – The Project Film
This film documents the creative working process, which began in London (UK), continued in Berlin and culminated in the live performance series at MADE.
Check it out at : https://vimeo.com/41699285
 

FUTURE SELF - Exhibition at MADE
The exhibition is now open to the public. 
Everyone is more than welcome to come by and experience this unique installation, seeing how light, music and technology come together and react to your own physical movements.

For more information and details about the exhibition, visit made-blog.com

Exhibition: May 3rd – June 2nd

Open hours: Thursday – Saturday, 2PM – 7PM

MADE | 9th Floor | Alexanderstrasse 7 | 10178 BERLIN

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