Requiem to the Orchestra

Saulius Vaitiekūnas

Requiem to the Orchestra


Installation: the brass, chairs, music stands, electric cable, lighting, total exhibition area 150-300m²

Requiem to the Orchestra is not only the title of a solemn piece of music created in memory of the deceased, but also an effort to identify the condition, situation and "diagnosis" or the system and mechanism itself, i.e. the Orchestra... It is yet another attempt at reading, recognising and guessing, in the tangle of staffs or maybe hexagrams of the Book of Changes, the message that is delivered exclusively to you... A provoking invitation to make up your mind on your place, role and part in the Orchestra, without losing the hope to decontaminate and disperse the built-up of tension, anxiety and premonitions...

Copyright: Jonas Nosalis
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6200x3100
Taken: 21/02/2010
Uploaded: 21/02/2010
Updated: 03/03/2015


Tags: saulius vaitiekunas; requiem to the orchestra; installation; vilnius; lithuania; terra recognita
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