Oris is proud to announce that it has become a new partner with the MUCA Urban Art Festival. Urban Art Festival becomes a new partner. Local Opening Ceremony on July 27 in Munich Local Opening Ceremony on Munich Local Day has a series of performances, a series of performances, a series of performances. The Oris art cube also opened that night, and the cube was also opened that night. Berlin tape artist Berlin tape artist Klebebande used time and space as the theme and space as the theme to interpret the art in life and the artistic interpretation in life. Art in life.
Artist Klebebande makes Oris art cubes at the MUCA Urban Art Festival.
This new collaboration is part of the Oris hashtag #CRAFTINGCULTURE event. Through interaction with Oris enthusiasts, indirect cooperation allows fans to communicate the values, unique craftsmanship and quality that Oris has adhered to since 1904.
Berlin-based artist Klebebande uses tape to create graphic installations to explore the impact of matter on our lives. Although this form of art is still new, in the past two years, Klebebande has produced more than 40 installations, covering architectural appearance, interiors and event spaces. They have also worked with brands such as Audi and Adidas.
Oris Art Cube is the result of a combination of urban street art and watchmaking. Visitors will experience the traditional and more challenging side of the brand. The focus of the cube is on the details. Its structural proportion comes from the Pantheon in Rome, and there is a hole directly to the top.
Klebeband uses space and time as themes. The surrounding grid is like a wormhole, drawing visitors into the cube.
The Museum of Contemporary Urban Art (MUCA) is the first urban art museum in Germany. It aims to integrate street art into art history and build a bridge between the international art community, artists and the public.
The festival and the Oris Art Cube will be open to the public until August 28. Activities included live music, poetry competitions, dance performances, live paintings and Germany’s largest calligraphy exhibition. Oris will invite members of MyOris to visit this collaborative art cube.
Oris President Ulrich W. Herzog said, ‘This new partnership demonstrates Oris’ vision and outstanding creativity. We are very happy to see groundbreaking ideas from this festival and provide a platform for urban art, which means that the art scene will gradually grow. Strong and internationally influential. The Oris Art Cube will expand people’s perception of Oris, and I believe it is an unforgettable experience, and I have been eager to see Klebebande’s work. ‘
During the opening ceremony of the MUCA Urban Art Festival on July 27, 2017, many visitors did not want to miss the Oris Art Cube.
Christian Utz, founder of MUCA, said, ‘We firmly believe that art has the potential to change the world. Oris and we have seen the same values and ambitions. We are happy to work together this time and look forward to Oris Art Cube sparking new sparks at the festival and visitors. ”