On June 4th, 2012, "Divine Coalescence" was premiered at Bärensaal Berlin. International curator Leo Kuelbs, the video mapping artists of Glowing Bulbs and opera singer Nadja Michael built the artistic architecture for this unique video art orchestration. Prior to the showing of "Divine Coalescence", which will stay the only performance to be seen in public, hundreds of photos were taken in Hautvillers and Versailles to build the base for this unique piece of art. Nadja Michael acted as the artistic counterpart by performing her self-composed song "Day of the Days".
Dom Pérignon, a champagne icon, has always been breaking the rules to pursue unknown and unconventional paths. Those led to extraordinary collaborations with artists, creative figures, and leaders of various areas:
Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Newson, Ferran Adrià, Sylvie Fleury, Lang Lang, Robert Wilson, David Lynch and now Leo Kuelbs are the characters completing Dom Pérignon with their artistic work.
„Divine Coalescence" -- Curator Leo Kuelbs
Video Orchestration -- Glowing Bulbs
Song „Day of the Days" -- Nadja Michael