Apparatjik invited the public to contribute visuals for the ‘Apparatjik Light Space Modulator’ during the installation from March 13 – 26, 2011.
The Apparatjik Light Space Modulator at Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin included performances on 12 March, 26 March and 27 March 2011.
In connection with their installation at Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, Apparatjik covered a smart fortwo car with tiny mirrors, and filmed a short movie called ‘Pixel City’.
Apparatjik performed during the opening ceremony of the new Deutsche Bank Towers inside a 3×3 metre cube situated in the center of the foyer, on which video images were projected.
Apparatjik asked the public to plant trees and submit photos to their site, and promised that when 1000 trees are planted, new music will be released.
Apparatjik participated in a three day mini-summit as part of ‘Globe: Art, Music and Performance in the Deutsche Bank Towers’.
Performance and talk by Apparatjik at Mini Summit at Globe, Deutsche Bank Towers, Frankfurt on 2-4 March 2-4 2011.
Magne is one of the artists whose works are included in this 240-page book published by Black Dog Publishing, is a collection of examples of Western alphabets in use.
Magne designed the reflectors used in an annual national Norwegian safety initiative. The reflector is in the shape of a light bulb.
A playlist of videos recorded at the Serpentine Pavilion within Hype Park in London on 23 September 2010. Tickets were extremely limited and were available to purchase via lottery.
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