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Andrei Loginov & Caroline Siegers


Draft. Lenticular light boxes, 160 x 120 x 6 cm



The artist Andrei Loginov captures the ephemere in three-dimensional images. Talking to Sound Artist Caroline Siegers about the question how music could be condensed in a picure, they developed the idea to visualise the ballistics of the violin bow. This makes it possible to receive VISUAL SIGNATURES from past times. For this purpose, the project uses a selection of musical excerpts from four centuries.

The illuminated bow of violinist Lisa Batiashvili is photographed using lenticular photography, the sound is recorded. In the lenticular print, a three-dimensional effect is achieved. The recorded audio can be retrieved via QR-Code, or alternatively be installed together with the image, if the surroundings allow to do so. This way, a musical fragment is transformed into a sculpture of light and sound.


The fragments have been taken from the following works:

Johannes Brahms, Violin Concerto Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdi, Violin Concerto Karol Szymanowski, Violin Concerto No 1 Maurice Ravel, Violin Sonata J. S, Bach Sonatas and Partitas Gya Kancheli, Miniatures


in collaboration with Lisa Batiashvili & Sara Ferrández 


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          Andrei Loginov & Caroline Siegers



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