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Andreas Nicolas Fischer Samsung IFA 2016 Highlight
Photo by Christopher Bauder
Samsung Electronics, the global TV industry leader, is elevating its presence at IFA 2016 with a special exhibition designed by a team of emerging German artists. The installation, entitled The Origin of Quantum Dot, showcases the beauty of Samsung’s SUHD TVs with Quantum dot display, while incorporating video, lighting and musical elements.

The Origin of Quantum Dot is a stained glass-inspired art installation designed by Andreas Nicolas Fischer, Schnellebuntebilder, Christopher M. Bauder and kling klang klong. The artists came together from different creative backgrounds – including sound, media art and sculpture – to build the unique work of art. The piece contains 45 SUHD TVs and 9,000 shards of stained glass.

“We designed The Origin of Quantum Dot exhibition, the largest we’ve ever produced, so that visitors at IFA can directly experience the visual excellence of the premium SUHD TV with Quantum dot display,” said HS Kim, President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “We are proud to have partnered with such talented, local artists to bring this visual concept to life.”

Andreas Nicolas Fischer Samsung IFA 2016 Highlight
Photo by Christopher Bauder
Andreas Nicolas Fischer Samsung IFA 2016 Highlight
Photo by Christopher Bauder
Andreas Nicolas Fischer Samsung IFA 2016 Highlight
Andreas Nicolas Fischer Samsung IFA 2016 Highlight

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