Lake Art

transNATURALE 09 elemental: water, fire, air the 5 light-sound-Festival transNATURALE in the landscape park of Barwalder Lake (Lausitzer Seenland) will examine different from 28 to 30 August 2009 relationships between nature, civilization and artificiality. For the 22 km-long art courses around the largest lake in Saxony, 15 artistic projects were selected by an expert jury. They offer cyclists, skaters and visitors in the border area between creative deconstruction”and archeological” search the chance to relive the former opencast mining landscape and the new Lake in the field of tension between art and nature. “Potential a new use” artificial and natural resources (energy, materials, findings, etc.) are doing thematically in the Centre. The now widely perceived landscape art object in ear in Boxberg will be a point of attraction for the visitors with evening concerts, a light installation and the fire-night games.

From the beginning of August will be Collect radio artists stories and episodes of the local population and this came within the drama workshop as the water…”to the homonymous drama merge, which can then be seen during the Festival, as well as the marine radio”program on 97.1 MHz. The initiators of the light-sound-Festival transNATURALE from the outset, tried to involve as many culturally interested people from the region in the project, finally, their Habitat is also the local focus of the event. In 2008 there were in addition to the spectacular light fires from the top of of the old power plant Boxberg chimney in the demolition art events titled elements: in the Church Uhyst the interactive sound installation elements ‘ and in the castle of Uhyst a similar work of art on the theme of water ‘. This year, the visitors at the rise of 1000 sky lanterns become actors. The complete program can be called via the website. Organizer: Municipality Boxberg O.L. in cooperation with TRANS-media-Akademie Hellerau e.V. info phone: + 49-351-8896669 contact: TRANS-media-Akademie Hellerau e.V. project: Claudia Reichardt curator: Klaus Nicolai Karl-Liebknecht-str. 56 01109 Dresden E-mail: (Anett Herrmann/PR)