Screenberry drives an immersive installation at the ‘Voices of Love’ art exhibition

Screenberry media server powers multi-channel playback at the ‘Voices of Love’ modern art exhibition created by famous Ukrainian artist Arsen Savadov. The collection of photos and video was opened to the public at the M17 Contemporary Art Center on February 8, 2020.

Savadov’s video installation features a concert of Ukrainian actor Andrey Kravchuk and opera singer Maria Maksakova, both dressed as Marilyn Monroe, for Ukrainian army soldiers in eastern Ukraine. The project is a modern interpretation of a real visit of the iconic Hollywood actress to South Korea in 1954 to shore up the morale of American troops.

A single Screenberry media server feeds digital content to 16 x BenQ NW820ST projectors to create a 360 panorama. The server simultaneously runs 6 x Full HD video clips with the help of six independent media players. The same content is played back continuously, but due to the differing durations of the clips, each loop is combined with different video fragments creating new interpretations of the video artwork. The clips are accompanied by six independent audio channels that help further immerse visitors into the environment.

The exhibition runs daily until March 30, 2020.