Wreathed in a tranquil darkness, Joshua Bonnetta’s sound Installation LAGO marries the stillness of the desert with the perpetual motion of the waterfalls abutting the Canadian embassy.
Comforting yet dramatic, the exhibition’s spare imagery lets our eyes rest while drawing us ever closer to the light. Around us, the sounds of industrial metals clang. The many layers to this installation yet allow us to relax in the middle of the busiest sector of the festival.
You don’t need to be rich to take part in #Berlinale– free programs like this abound all over the city, reinforcing the core belief that art is meant to be shared. Whether through a window or a screen, containing the vastness of the world inside a focused frame brings us ever closer to each other.