R.W.E. Raster Wand Element - Frankfurt

Owing to the great demand RWE will be installed for one or two more weeks, at least till May 4th. (Actually it’s because i have no time to demount it).

From April 4th till April 12th i will install a sound reactive installation at the Silbergold Club in Frankfurt. Jan Jelinek and i prepare a special concert for the installation. It consists of three grid ceiling elements, with four neon lamps each.

Starting on Friday 4th Jan Jelinek will perform a specially tailored concert for the installation. Here is a short preview. The same evening Krystyna (Ostklub FFM, Catenaccio Extended) and Benjamin Fehr (Catenaccio, Brouquade Rec) will spin some minimal records.

On Saturday 5th Cris & grrr! (Les Yper Sound, Silbergold) will play Electro Indie Riot Disco Tunes.

Friday, 11th will be Krunchtime Drum’n'Bass with Kwest, Kuttin Edge & Live Vocals by Mike Romeo Casey.

The last day of the the light installation will be Saturday 12th with Pulling Teeth, New Rave Elektro from Milano.

The installation tries to desaturate some colors of the Luminale, which it is part of.

Concept, Design and Light Programming: Karl Kliem.
Dimmer Design and Programming: Andr´┐Ż Wachter.

21 February 2008 | Concert, Installation | Comments

6 Responses to “R.W.E. Raster Wand Element - Frankfurt”

  1. 1 Ben 24 March 2008 @ 9:35 am

    very nice!

  2. 2 rany 2 April 2008 @ 7:06 pm

    ist super geworden! schade, daß ich die installation bzw das konzert verpasst habe.

  3. 3 Mikko 4 April 2008 @ 12:38 pm

    sehr schön! ist die installation noch an anderen tagen zu sehen?

  4. 4 Karl Kliem 5 April 2008 @ 1:38 pm

    @mikko: ja

  5. 5 James T 11 April 2008 @ 1:29 pm

    Dear Charlie!
    Would be really nice, if you could inform your folks about your projects in the future (maybe you don’t know, but: there’s a possibility called “newsletter” within these fucking brilliant unknown unbelievable interdent). So having only the short quicktime movie to make a statement all I can say is: that it looks really moving and well well done.
    But I have one question: why is all of your visual work (all that I know) sound reactive?
    For me as a viewer this constant, durable and seemingly not-examined connection weakens the visuals (because from the history of human development hearing has more importance than seeing) and makes the work(s) as a whole (music and visuals) less interesting.
    So as someone who is really into your style I would appreciate it much if you would do (more) visual work without music or anything else.
    When the music’s over - turn on the lights.

  6. 6 Blaine 31 December 2009 @ 12:00 am

    James T, It does say that it is a short preview, what do you expect?
    Beyond the huge potential in sound reactive works alone,
    Dienststelle/Karl Kliem has to my knowledge worked beyond exclusively sound/visual relationship and interactivity. I dont quite understand your point.
    Every work and collaboration I have seen of Karl Kliem has been tastefully executed and beautifully presented .

    your body of work is massively inspiring.





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