Trendsylvania Fanzine, the quarterly print version of Trendsylvania.net, the new HUMANIC lifestyle platform, was just launched in the Bäckerstarsse Art Gallery in Vienna. Why in an Art Gallery? Because an important part of Trendsylvania is “The Movement Of Me”, a new social-art venue, that connects Trendsylvania with young artists, to promote their talents – which is nothing new for HUMANIC, since they have been a notorious art Maecenas in Austria for decades now.
The first “Movement of Me” performance was by Luis Sorolla, a young artist based in Vienna and London with Peruvian roots, who started with classical painting at the age of 8. Sorolla channels dance, music and photography as his main elements to capture “invisible” Moments. The essence – appealing all senses and making something invisible tangible. That’s the spirit of The Movement Of Me and Trendsylvania.
Here the beautiful video to the inspiring performance.
The print version is available in all HUMANIC stores across Europe, and on the online shop.
More about the event here.