"Sounds of the Sky" is the new music and light installation from Daniel Kurniczak.
Visitors can walk through a field of shiny clouds. The composer visualizes his music through a light show that can be experienced in the middle or even from the distance. In contrast to the trend of acceleration, the music's synchronous staging rests on an emotional experience that takes time to take the visitor on an endless journey.
Sounds of the sky
Daniel Kurniczak, Essen Germany. (born in Poznan, Poland, 1985) is a composer and producer of electronic and orchestral music. Recently he has designed orchestrated light art projects and other light projects.
In 2005 he founded the electro-pop band Freakatronic, not only striking for their music, but also for their artistic shows and video productions. Together they gave concerts in Europe (France, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland) and enjoyed international success.
They played in the "Space Ibiza" with Fatboy Slim and also as a support band for Deichkind. Since 2007, Daniel Kurniczak has released numerous own musical productions and works by international artists (such as the American artist crochet Olek).
2014, he starts after the first musical experiences in the field of theater, film and media, for the preparation of the first audio tracks for light shows and Videomappinsg. For example, he produced music for the Highlights at the festival in Eindhoven (NED), Festungsleuchten in Koblenz (GER) and Festival of Lights in Berlin (GER).
From 2016 the first collaborations and own productions, such as the light show "Monkey Business" and "Under the earth" in the tunnels of the former fortress Koblenz follow.
In 2017 he made the light installation "Wolkenklang", which was exhibited at various festivals, such as Cidneon Brescia (Italy) in 2018. He produced his music and light installation "sounds of heaven", which was shown in enchanted gardens in Arcen (the Netherlands) and the Essen Light Festival (GER). In the same year his show "The Bureaux" was part of light Night Leeds (England).