While floating in a tiny catamaran on a wide and shallow lake in Shanghai, Jean-Louis Wolff was rocked by the wind, and inspired by the capricious changes the element had on his little watercraft.
The resulting series features the fleeting shape of fabric around the human form resembles the raw rock of unfinished sculptures,
or perhaps a bloodstain pressed between microscope slides.
As opposed to a sculpture from stone made with a chisel, and a long period of time; the logistics of forming a sculpture made of air require short flashes in order to freeze time and capture particular gestures. Broncolor equipment was ideal for control of the flash duration, and as a result, Jean-Louis won a Broncolor award for this series in 2009.
BMW commissioned BRANSCH artist Martin Klimas to translate his Sonic Sculpture images into video. Reflecting the signature exhaust notes of BMW’s line of motorcycles, these high-speed videos show how the engines translate into a visual medium.
For BRANSCH artist Steffen Jagenburg, it is always a magical moment when sound and motion add to the feel of his imagery. It is like giving life your own expressions.
It is a beautiful, welcome challenge to cover content in two different visual ways: still and motion. Steffen's numerous clients look for that - someone to use the same language in film and photography, combined with Steffen's great aesthetic sensibility and attitude.