The Masters Of The Renaissance. What would they do with a Mirror Head?
For the first time, the most important master pieces from Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo Buonarroti, Sandro Botticelli and Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino could be experienced in one single place and century old pictures were brought to the modern age with projections.
In collaboration with COFO Entertainment and United Motion labs, we took part in realizing a concept that surprised visitors in the installation entitled “Secretum artifex”. During the exhibition that took place in Berlin, DIE GROSSEN MEISTER DER RENAISSANCE, we enabled viewers to experience art in a different form.
By using the Mirror Head by Dynamic Projection Institute, the famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci “Lady with an Ermine” got an unexpected turn of events when suddenly the weasel came to life, climbed out of the painting, moved up the wall, explored its surroundings and started painting the walls.
“Our aim was to create media art, which respects and honors these 4 great artists of the past and at same time pushing the boundaries of live experience in an exhibition context by extending space and storytelling of these inspiring artworks,” says Gerry Hahn from United Motion Labs.