EPOCSODIELAK: an all-in-one disco sculpture which Mirko Borsche created together with Mr. Konstantin Grcic. This totem-inspired installation turns any space into a techno dance floor. The disco equipment salesman said that a laser, a stroboscope, four stage spots, 16 single moveable different colored LED spots, two 200 Watt speakers, and a fog machine would be too much for a party, but EPOCSODELIAK has it all. Inspired by his time in London in 1992, the early beginnings of the electro scene, Mirko says that being a small-town kid dazzled by the early 90s was extremely liberating. The shining object of industrial black and shiny lights offers that same feeling of freedom. Especially created for the Salon del Mobile in Milano, all elements are mounted in a six-foot black metal frame and can be operated from one single smartphone.
During Salon del Mobile in Milan 2016, Kaleidoscope and Zeit Magazin presented EPOCSODIELAK by throwing a huge party. Merchandise and print products for the event were designed by Bureau Borsche. We were inspired by two symbols of the 90’s: the dancing ghost is a reference to techno label logos, while the red spark comes from a reduced version of the anti-atomic demonstration stickers that was often used as a symbol by ravers.