Object installation, video and audio installation

Totaled black BMW E39 525i Sedan, red light,
8 active studio monitors, computer,
12 libretti (passive interviews) on music stands, blue spotlight,
12 photos (b&w, 30 x 30 cm), lyrics printed on number plates

Video and audio installation featuringan experimental opera in 12 acts

Full HD video, 70’ (planned), 8-channel audio installation

Year of production: 2011
Place of production: Berlin, Leipzig

Author and director: Hajnal Németh

Collaborators: Xenia Romashova (soprano), Jana Kurucová (mezzo), Susanne Gritschneder (alto), Gregory Warren (tenor), Nathan De’Shon Myers (baritone), Tomasz Wija (bass), Matthias Samuil (piano), Virginia Ehrhardt (piano), David Sills (cello), Kinderchor Canzonetta Berlin (singing), Jochen Wittur (choir leader), Reggie Moore (music); István Imreh (camera), Volker Schaner, Dino Grobe – Fufoo Film GmbH (audio recording), Yensin Jahn, Studios Saal3 Berlin (audio recording and mastering), Péter Lovas (technical assistant)

Post production: Hajnal Németh, Volker Schaner, Yensin Jahn

Partner in realization: BMW Group Cultural Communications and BMW Leipzig Plant

Producers: C3 – Center for Culture & Communication Foundation,
FuFoo Film GmbH,

Curator: Miklós Peternák
National commissioner: Gábor Gulyás
Biennale Office: Júlia Gáspár

© Hajnal Németh


Exhibition venues

Venice: Giardini and Arsenale (4 June > 27 November 2011)
Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed on Mondays (excepting 6 June and 21 November, 2011)