Light Piano 2.0 will be on display in Niagara Falls under a joint partnership between the Amsterdam Light Art Collection and the Winter Festival of Lights. **Please note that due to a technical issue the Light Piano 2.0 will be closed the weekend of Dec 7-9, 2018**
Inspired by the question “How can music and image become one?” the LightPiano 2.0 is created. It is both an artwork and an instrument. The cubes placed in this spatial composition are connected to the keys of the piano. By playing the piano, music and light are created simultaneously and the sound of the piano is being visualized. This artwork allows the audience not only to play the piano but also to play the light. The result is a special kind of instrument that resonates with both ears, eyes and heart. Don’t hesitate and play!
Starting from their first collaboration in 2012, Arion de Munck and Mark Ridder are working together under the name Kleurbleur to develop, produce, and install artworks, projects, and exhibitions. Each project with their own unique challenge but always working in between the crossroads where spatial-, experience-, light- and interaction design intersect with music, video mapping and graphic design. They worked with multiple festivals, museums, cultural institutions, Dutch television and companies like Nissan, G-Shock and Vice.
The Light Art Collection installations will be hosted during the Winter Festival of LIghts until January 6, 2019. Hosting these displays during the WFOL was made possible through the financial assistance of the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund a program of the Government of Ontario through the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, administered by the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund Corporation.