Is there anything better than mixing art and techno in an exciting city as Berlin? Christopher Bauder and Kangding Ray are the responsible of creating the exhibition everyone is talking about these days.



SKALAR is a large-scale art installation that explores the complex impact of light and sound on human perception. Light artist Christopher Bauder and musician Kangding Ray are giving an audio-visual narration inside the industrial space of Kraftwerk Berlin. By combining a vast array of mirrors and perfectly synchronized dancing lights with a multi-channel sound system, SKALAR reflects on the fundamental nature and essence of basic human emotions.


Christopher Bauder is an artist and designer working in the fields of light and installation art, media design, and scenography. He focuses on the translation of bits and bytes into objects and environments, and vice versa. In 2004 he started the multidisciplinary art and design studio WHITEvoid, which specializes in interactivity, media, interior architecture, and electronic engineering.


Few musicians manage to explore the convergence between techno and experimental as successfully as David Letellier, aka Kangding Ray. When you combine this two genius in a large space and give them freedom to embrace their creativity to create a vivid experience for the visitors, it’s no surprise that everyone in the city is heavily recommending it and it’s now the thing to do before it’s over the 25th of February.