Mavericks and Rogues back 2raumwohnung
Monday, 5 November 2018
2raumwohnung-w2raumwohnung are one of Germany’s most successful electropop bands of the last two decades
Germany - The power of collaboration is not to be underestimated. Take German electro duo 2raumwohnung, for example. After meeting in post-reunification Berlin in 1990, electronic musicians Inga Humpe and Tommi Eckart embarked upon two long-term successful collaborations - one of them romantic, and the other as one of Germany’s most successful electropop bands of the last two decades.
Tasked with providing visuals for a recent 2raumwohnung performance at the Freilichtbühne in Zinnowitz designer Mario Volk along with the lighting operator Sven Köpke from Hellcon Veranstaltungstechnik, used Cuauvet Professional Maverick and Rogue fixtures to create a combination of looks for the band's 90-minute concert.
Hellcon Veranstaltungstechnik Stralsund provided Volk with six Maverick MK2 Spot, six Rogue R2 Wash and six Rogue R1 Beam fixtures. These luminaires were hung above the stage to provide the foundation for a lattice of overlapping, music-heightening visuals.
Thanks to the Maverick's 440W LED engine, powerful beams of light were thrown onto the stage to provide added emphasis and heightened emotion to key moments in the set when the band performed hits such as Bei dir bin ich schoen and Mir geht's genauso. Other Maverick features including MY + CTO colour mixing, two 6-position rotating slot and lock gobo wheels and 3-facet prisms, created a blanket of dreamy and ethereal visuals that contributed to the mood of the band's music.
To complement the Maverick's powerful visuals, the Rogue Wash and Beam fixtures provide a number of contrasting yet beautifully balanced lighting effects. For example, the Rogue R2 Wash fixtures covered the show in a blanket of saturated colours. Providing an interesting juxtaposition to the Rogue R2 Wash fixtures were the Rogue R1 Beam units. Thanks to the two layerable, independently controlled 5- and 8-facet prisms, Volk was able to create stunning split beam effects to punch through the blanket of wash colour on stage.
(Jim Evans)

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