The Core.Berlin is a team of three media-experts and lighting-designers with the main focus on visual solutions.
Rick Kay, Chris Noelle and Jörg Reinauer form the core of this team of creators with an extended network of creatives in their background. All three of them have their roots in the pre-digital area and grew up from 1.0 versions till where the technic is at right now. As Rick, Chris and Jörg are sharing their passion for visual arts, interior- and stage-design, they inspire eachother permanently and explore new ways of creative design-solutions together. Added together they can look back on 55 years of experience within this field.
During the Festival of Lights in Berlin (October 2012), The Core was invited to take part in the Light Arts Project Tour - an audiovisual showcase, which was featuring daily changing locations with large scale facial projections.
The major challenge was the short amount of time from dawn for setting up the installations before darkness arrives.
Schloss Charlottenburg was the next big challenge - screening on 120m surface in the atrium of the castle from the 17th century brings up several questions: Which conceptual content is the best match?
We decided to visually cross the past with the future.
Within the installation, Sophie Charlotte von Hannover was timewise appearing and confronted with the digital overrun of todays world symbolized by a matrix of binary codes covering the whole building from bottom to top. To give the atrium a certain understatement-groundlight we collaborated with Michael Weiß who´s an expert in LED-Lighting devices.
In combination with live piano played in the atrium by Francesco Carone this installation is one of our favorite pieces so far.
Arkaos GrandVJ in combination with MadMapper, Mac Book Pro, 2x Dualhead-to-go, Projectors: 4 x 15.000AnsiLumen
THE CORE | BERLIN
Köpenicker Str. 70