EPOCSODIELAK is a 3x2x1 meter free-standing Disco Totem, designed in collabroation with graphic designer Mirko Borsche. Made from black powder coated steel profiles, it is equipped with a cluster of strobe lights, lasers, a fog machine and a mixing desk. Powered by a 1200 Watt dynamic sound system, the project proposes a self-sufficient sound/light unit, which has enough whack to turn any space into an ad-hoc disco.
The installation was put to the real test on a special party night hosted by Kaleidoscope and ZEITMagazin during the 2016 Salone del Mobile in Milan (see images).

Concept: Mirko Borsche & Konstantin Grcic
Assistants: Jan Heinzelmann, Tilman Meyer (both KGID), Moritz Wiegand (BB)
Produced by: ZEITMagazin and Kaleidoscope