In the next weeks, we are happy to present some projects at our second homebase in Bremen: Starting point will be a installation at the “Future Day” at Open Space Domshof on Saturday 5.9. from 8pm. The Tuesday after will begin a two month projection onto Haus der Wissenschaft in the direct neighbourhood and soon after we might even have something to show in Bremerhaven We will keep you updated!
After almost three months of Corona shutdown as well as many cancelled events and performances, we are happy to announce the audiovisual art performance and installation “The Ever Changing Light”. In the beautiful Potsdam Museum, we will scrutinize, construe and choreograph the maginificent work of the german artist Karl Hagemeister. The grand master used the roughness of the elements and especially the light setting of a scenery as central elements of his drawing style. Hence it is a delight for us to transport his oustanding paintings into a modern light and sound art work, which contains the animation and arrangement of the drawings and sketches as well as a live performance by Richard, Tim and Marcel at the premiere evening. We are looking forward to it and hope to see lots of faces again after the months of isolation.
You can witness the installation as well as the Hagemeister exhibition from August, 21st (12:00 a.m.) until August 23rd (8 p.m.) in the Potsdam Museum.
Potsdam Museum – Forum für Kunst und Geschichte
Am Alten Markt 9
Sunday 23.08., 12 (pm) – 20 (am)
We feel honored and excited to be part of the Luminale in Frankfurt am Main. As this year’s festival topic is Digital Romance, our work “BE\\LONGING” explores human feelings, such as affection, reflection and affiliation in the context of fast growing and prima facie coldhearted digitalized spheres. Can romantic nuances be found in plain numerical series and abstract aesthetics?
Witness the large scale projection mapping upon the Alte Oper Frankfurt from the 12th-15th of march, 7-10 pm.
What does the word »ISLAND« mean to you?
What feeling does it evoke?
17 Takes on the matter.
A Brief impression of our immersive multi-channel audio book »A Secret Archipelago«, installed in Potsdam, on the Isle of Friendship. Thank you to Localize Potsdam for hosting, funding and supporting the piece, as well as ALL curious participants (of which there were many) !!
Info & full printed Text Book:
Full Stereo Mixdown and Original Voices (parallel German translations omitted for stereo compatibility):
A collaboration between Xenorama and the Berlin-based painter Helge Leiberg. An abstract journey through the history of Stendal, rendered as façade painting with an exclusive post progressive soundtrack on the Justizzentrum »Albrecht der Bär« at the #LichttageStendal.
Logistical Partner: Volkswagen Automobile Potsdam
Analog Projection Mapping
Justizzentrum »Albrecht der Bär«
October 17th – 19th, 7pm
So in case if you are wondering what we are up to, today on #globalclimatestrike day: We are finished with the preparations for the projections onto the Polarsternice breaker for the MOSAiC expedition, the largest arctic expedition of our time! Looking forward to the farewell event this evening and the one-year lasting expedition that aims to better understand arctic and global climate!
Thanks to the good cooperation with:
Alfred-Wegener-Institut für Polar- und Meeresforschung
AudioNor AS Moloen AS Tromsø Havn KF
September 20th, 8pm
Farewell ceremony for the Polarstern on its MOSAiC Expedition
Exicting new things in the making! We are very happy to work on a multi-sensory performance at the HAU Hebbel am Ufer with music by Masha Qrella and band, inspired by poet, musician and film maker Thomas Brasch from the former GDR. It’s great fun working with the team of Diana Naecke, Emma Cattell, Christina Runge and many others towards the premiere on 4th of December 2019.
The performance evolves around music, theatre, stage mapping, multichannel audio and displacement.
Hebbel Am Ufer | Berlin
HAU2, Hallesches Ufer 32
December 4th-7th 2019, 8pm
More information: https://www.hebbel-am-ufer.de/programm/pdetail/2886/
This Saturday, you can witness a unique experience that blurs the boundaries between visual and auditive perception. After starting with an audiovisual performance of our own we will support the concert of our Berlin-based friends CATS & BREAKKIES and their progressive live electronic sound with light art and live visuals. The venue is the DEFA 70, an event location build out of an old cinema in the heart of the famous Studio Babelsberg.
Tickets available here: https://www.koka36.de/cats-u-breakkies_ticket_105260.html…
If you’re around Potsdam or Berlin, come by and have a great evening with us!
In a very successful year for our projection sculpture RADIX, we traveled around the globe and hosted exhibitions in Tokyo, Berlin, Vienna and Potsdam. We are very proud to have had all these opportunities and made many new friends along the way. Many thanks to all the people who made this possible and supported us on our trips or in setting up the exhibitions. Therefore, we would be very happy to come back soon! The exhibitions we attended are:
“DIGITAL#ER S#CHOC#K” – Goethe Institut, Tokio (13.02.2018)
“UNDER THE RADAR” – Museumsquartier, Wien (24.05.2018)
“48H NEUKÖLLN” – Kindl Kesselhaus, Berlin (22.06.2018)
“ART CAMP” – Villa Francke, Potsdam (26.10.2018)
Xenorama at the 50th anniversary of the Burg Herzberg Festival! A collage of emotions covering 50 years of the festival, captured on site and projected onto huge trees.
We are honoured to meet and document the makers and driving forces behind this cult event in southern Germany. Even a backstage dog posed to perform in the virtual field.
Burg Herzberg Festival,
36287 Breitenbach am Herzberg
July 26th – 29th 2020