The Solar Panel Art Series Launch
The Solar Panel Art Series is pleased to announce our launch Finissage at SUN SPHERE REIGNS, curated by Anomalie Art Club and presented by The Beam.
Join us at our launch exhibition on Friday October 27, where our artists' solar panel pieces will be on display throughout the night. 10 months in the making, the pieces have been created on recycled solar panels by over 40 artists around the globe.
You'll have a chance to see the diverse talents of our artists, showing the multitude of styles and techniques, along with selected video and installation artists, that have been curated by our artist partners Book a Street Artist, Street Art Berlin & Anomalie Art Club.
We are very happy to present The Solar Panel Art Series with our charity partner Little Sun, where proceeds from the sold pieces will support their Solar Kids School Program.
Entrance will be free for our guests and their friends until 20:30 PM.
About SUN SPHERE REIGNS
SUN SPHERE REIGNS and the veil of obscurity is lifted /
Shadow becomes truth and the simplicity of night gives way to the layered complexity of day /
Shape is joined by color as essence is revealed /
Earth has taken form and now is ready to leave the cosmic womb, to step into the warmth of life and receive the care of the sun mother.
WERHAHN & PUSCHENDORF
Harald Günter Kainer
Dave the Chimp
Teo Moneyless Pirisi
Ron Miller Art
Vincent Edmond Louis Artist/Photographer
Lakker (R&S, Blueprint, Sonntag Morgen)
MTD & Tracy (Sonntag Morgen)
Concept of Thrill (Sonntag Morgen, Playground, DRVMS LTD.)
Inhallt der Nacht (Inhalt, Anomalie)
Igor Ochoa (Anomalie)
Ben Bear (Anomalie)
Johnny Kaos (Anomalie)
Thomas Melchior (Aspect Music, Perlon)
Leo Pol - live (Concrete Music, IIle)
Nick Beringer (Taverna Tracks, Rubisco)
Ma.To (Anomalie, Outer Place)
Partners & Supporters
Street Art Berlin Book a Street Artist Highvisioned The Beam Tech Open Air CleanTechnica Little Sun Vision Art Festival Viessmann Colette Pomerleau
About The Solar Panel Art Series
The Solar Panel Art Series aligns science and art, creating a platform where renewable energy meets artistic creativity. This unique concept sees artists create works on used solar panels, encouraging the use of recyclable material and engaging a conversation about our zero-carbon future. The pieces are varied, capturing, thought-provoking and inspiring.
The Art Series supports Little Sun Foundation's "Solar Kids School Program", a solar project that provides clear, safe, sustainable light and phone charging to school children and their teachers in Rwanda. These kids live beyond the energy grid and rely on dangerous, polluting and expensive kerosene or candles for their lighting. This unique concept sees artists create works on used solar panels, encouraging the use of recyclable material and engaging a conversation about our zero-carbon future. The pieces are varied, capturing, thought-provoking and inspiring.
About The Beam
The Beam is a tri-annual printed publication covering the energy transition and the race to a zero carbon economy.