THE ATLAS OF WONDERS is a crossmediale special theatrical project (immersive video installation/art exhibition & animated film) where Bach’s music meets the videodesign and new technologies. A new way of storytelling for theatre and music, even with educational purpose, and to attract young people to classical music.
Film-Immersive Videoinstallation consists of 6 animated segments/episodes set to pieces of classical music by Johann Sebastian Bach: the Brandenbuerger six concerts. A human and artistic geographical ATLAS of the german Master. Each animated segment represents a WUNDERKAMMER, and imaginary surreal worlds, introduced by monologues, played by the character of BACH (voice over). He tell us about his artistic and intimate vision and inspirations, reveals anecdotes regarding his life.
300 years after the creation of the Brandenburg concerts, considered among the absolute masterpieces in the history of music, Johann Sebastian Bach tells himself in the first person. He confesses his intimate aspirations, passions, intents together with anecdotes of his life. Thus claiming that atlases are not only used to go from one place to another, but are used to find our personal journey in the world, to draw a human and artistic geography of one’s life.
An imaginative journey through the German composer’s “Wunderkammer” (Chambers of wonders), where the boundaries between music, visual and cinematographic arts blend until they disappear.