A good seven centuries ago, the Italian painter Giotto di Bondone created 38 murals in the Capella Scrovegni (Arena Chapel) in Padua with scenes from the lives of St. Joachim and Anna, their daughter Mary and from the life of Jesus Christ. With this work Giotto is today considered the founder of Renaissance painting and the inventor of virtual space.
… Since then the imagination has been locked up in box rooms. Every contemporary witness knows that he is surrounded by pictures. Pictures are instructions for action. Their story is not yet over…
JOACHIM’S DREAM (Visibility Arrangements)
Media-Installation – Box-Space (draft)
JOACHIM’S Dream (Visibility Arrangements)
Composition by Arvo Pärt „Spiegel im Spiegel“, Cello-Piano-Version (9 Min. and 33 Sec.) – Sebastian Klinger (Cello) and Jürgen Kruse (Piano).
With kindly support Brilliant Classics – The Netherlands.
Joachim’s Dream (Window_View)
You can see a demo-video from the installation and the solo version of the Moving Canvas HERE.