MAJE - MOBILE ART JAZZ EXPERIENCE.
MAJE is a multimedia performance dedicated to the Mobile Art and the interaction of cinematic music and contemporary photography process using smartphones and tablets.
A series of unique happenings, concerts and exhibitions created by visual artist Andrea Bigiarini and composer Marco Testoni.
MAJE is a multi-sensory performance of jazztronica and new visual arts to create a more immersive experience through multi-screen digital projections where the Marco Testoni’s music meets the imaginative world of Andrea Bigiarini and the artists from the New Era Museum.
MAJE is a revolutionary concept of Mobile Art exhibition where the photos will come alive enhanced by the original musical score composed specifically for the event, the thirteen 511-inch screens and from the 32 laser projectors installed in the Santo Stefano al Ponte church.
A FOUR ACT VISUAL-MUSIC OPERA.
The Experience, composed and played by the musician Marco Testoni and directed by Andrea Bigiarini, is divided into four acts that each describes and highlights four of the most significant emotional states of the human being:
- 1. Reflection.
- 2. The Action.
- 3. The Drama.
- 4. The funny, the grotesque.
At the heart of the show is the common man in its uniqueness and originality. ￼ ￼
The Man and his most real and profound human dimension are the point of departure and arrival, under the sign of a new humanism. The furthermost authentic expressions of the face and of the human voice transforms the meaning of the new mobile technologies in a modern form of popular art.
MOBILE PHOTOGRAPHY AS NEVER SEEN BEFORE.
MAJE FLORENCE - APRIL 5th 2018
The next April 5th at Santo Stefano Church in Florence will be the second edition of Equinox called “MAJE” (Mobile Art Jazz Experience) composed by a live music performance by Marco Testoni and the projection of photos on 13 huge screens of the installation.
MAJE - Mobile Art Jazz Experience is composed by:
- A musical and visual Opera divided into 4 acts where the music played live and the photos projected on 13 mega-screens of 12 meters describe 4 different moods of the human being: the reflection, the action, the drama and the funny-grotesque aspect.
- An exhibition where the international jury will choose 3 works for each mood (for a total of 12 works) that will be printed, framed and displayed in the medieval cloister of the church from 5 April 2018 until 19 April 2018 along with rare portraits and caricatures of the French painter Claude Monet.
- A full featured photographic shooting set where portraits of visitors will be photographed by some international iPhoneographers present at the event.
Santo Stefano al Ponte, FLORENCE. 12.03.2017
MACRO Contemporary Museum of Art - ROME. 09.12.2017
H2O FOR PEACE
New Era Museum & Pollock Project
Fondazione Campana dei Caduti di Rovereto. 17.01.2017