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Welcome to the ICC-2002 Art-Gallery-Page

Here are our pictures of an Exhibiton, that arrived us till now.

You will hear compositions that will show you the feelings of musicians, who

were inspired by contemplating the paintings.

It is planned to publish even a CD, a CD-ROM and a virtual reality version of the "Pictures of an Exhibition" Project.

 

NEW: You can hear a musical connection of some pictures

NEW: See and hear Flash 5 animated Demo-Movie about our Pictures of an Exhibition

  

Marks:

(You can see all paintings in better resolution and format, if you click on it)

 

 

The Promenade 

    Hear the Promenade that should connect the pictures musically. It is composed by several students of the Aldegrever Gymnasium, Soest, Germany

 

  

The Pictures of the Exhibition

 

  

SIEGTAL GYMNASIUM EITORF (SGE), Germany

 

 

 

  Hear the music made for the Snowgirl - Picture composed by Pelle from Oldenburg .  

 

 

     Hear the Awakening of an Angel (right painting) composed by Marius from Oldenburg.  

 

 

 both pictures were painted by Mia Steingräber (grade 12), contact: Stefan Hegenbart, Eitorf, Germany

 

 

ALDEGREVER GYMNASIUM, SOEST, Germany

  

Natascha TomickaUrsula Sander

 

     Hear the music composed for the left painting from Natascha  by the team of Stefan Hegenbart, Eitorf, Germany  

 

     Hear the music composed by Frank and Tobias  from Oldenburg to the right picture of Ursula Sander, Soest  

 

painted by Natascha Tomicka (grade 8),  the 2nd picture is painted by Ursula Sander (more informations will follow)

contact: Josef Thiesmann, Soest, Germany

 

 

TELOPEA PARK SCHOOL, CANBERRA, Australia

  

     Hear the musical interpretation of  The three man paintings from Remy Ellis. Composer Dan Dickison from ASIJ, Tokyo.

 

The three pictures above are the work of  (grade 10)

 

 

 

    Hear the music that  Pelle and  Marius from Oldenburg composed for this still-Life picture from Canberra

 

If you want to get in contact with the painters, e-mail Michael Caesar, Canberra, Australia

 

 

ZSR. DILONGA SCHOOL, TRSTENA, Slovakia

 

   

Libusa Bielakova, 14 years

Students from Canberra are at work to compose music for Libusa´s painting

 

   

  

Maria Gajancova, 13 years

Students from Canberra are at work to compose music for Maria´s painting

 

   

 If you want to get in contact with the painters, e-mail Ludovit Macor,Trstena, Slovakia

 

 

 

CAECILIENSCHULE OLDENBURG, Germany

 

Little Fairy-Tale

Isabel Ahrens (Grade 9)

     Hear the music to Isabel´s painting composed by an unknown Oldenburg Composer

 

 

Info

Painter: Jennifer Große-Erwig (grade 13)

   The painting from Jennifer has been musically interpreted by Genevieve, Zev and Talbert from Canberra

 If you want to get in contact with the painters, e-mail:   Gerd Walter, Oldenburg, Germany  

   

 

 

AMERICAN SCHOOL IN JAPAN (ASIJ), TOKYO, Japan

 

  

The Butterfly Girl  painted by Anjuli Shiobara (grade 12)

The Goldfish Guy is Hiromi Komai (grade 12)

(these are not the titles of the paintings, just what Brent call them)

The artists are in AP Art taught by Greg Vikse at ASIJ

 

 If you want to get in contact with the painters, e-mail:     Brent Huber, Tokyo, Japan

 

     Hear the music made for the Butterfly Girl composed by Jos and Tammo from Oldenburg

     Hear the music made for this beautiful Goldfish Picture composed by Pelle from Oldenburg 

 

 

 

 

SCHULZENTRUM WALLE, BREMEN, Germany

 

 

This picture called:  DREAM  painted by Annika Meins (grade 12)

   The painting from Annika has been musically interpreted by Slava Pestov and Kristian Rousell from Canberra

 

 

 

A Collage  of the Apokalyptischen Reiter (Dürer) also painted byAnnika Meins (grade 12)

     Hear the musical interpretation of  The three man paintings from Remy Ellis. Composer Dan Dickison from ASIJ, Tokyo.

 

  If you want to get in contact with the painters, e-mail:     Bertram Kloss

 

 

 

  (You can see all paintings in better resolution and format, if you click on it)

Last Update: Thursday, 11th of  February 2002