We are very sad, that the Luminale has been cancelled, including our two installations “BELONGING” and “AUFBRUCH/MOSAiC”. We fully understand the decision of the organisers, here you can find more information: https://www.luminale.de/en/news/luminale-is-canceled-3/
Luckily we had the chance to take a video of our projection onto the Alte Oper Frankfurt yesterday already, so we will at least have a virtual premiere on Youtube today at 19:30 under the following link: https://youtu.be/_aAmYUD8DIY
All the best to everyone in this stressfull times!
We are very happy to contribute a small installation to the opening of the Stadtlabor Soest. If you have time, come by today from 3pm to discuss about the digital future, play with tiny robots and of course see our projection
We are thrilled and very honoured to be amongst the first prize winners of this year’s Designpreis Brandenburg. The exhibition “Lebendige Bauten / Living Buildings” which we cocreated together with the team around Brigitta Bungard was awarded in the communication design category. Thanks to the wonderful team, the jury and all the people who supported us along the way.
Watch the short trailer:
Last week we had the chance to hold a workshop at Lichtcampus Wismar and show the workflow of a typical facade Projection Mapping on the example of the Unesco Welterbehaus Hansestadt Wismar. Lorenz Potthast held the workshop and extended his actions and experiences in the education sector. Also check out his biography to experience his other efforts and tasks in this field.
We think that the results are awesome especially regarding that the workhop only went for two days. Thanks to the students who took part in the workshop, places that helped us (Lilja Walker Möbeldesign, Das Boot Wismar e. V.) and the whole Lichtcampus team.
Our very own Lorenz Potthast represented Xenorama at this years International Symposium on Electronic Arts (ISEA) in Durban, South Africa. He was involved into various workshops, projection art and presentations! He took the opportunity to meet a lot of old friends from his term abroad and also to make some new friends along the way.
(Photo credit partly by Elektro Moon Vision, Christo Doherty, Jürgen Amthor)
Experience our collaboration with the STEGREIF.orchester tonight at the Pergamonmuseum Berlin. The World Cultural Heritage Site, consisting of exhibits from the Orient and Occident (which you also can experience online here), is brought to life by a unique light and music show. The musicians will stride through the otherwordly scenario inside the world famous museum together with us. They present classical pieces as well as improvisational parts. We will support and interact with them by augmenting the space with classical illumination, virtual reality and projection mapping upon the exhibits.
Unfortunately the show is sold out already. If you are lucky you can buy left over tickets at the box office.
We are still excited about the exhibition opening of “Blicklichter” last evening. The Rechenzentrum Potsdam is our home and it opened its doors for us to display our work and research we have done since 2014. The result is an exhibition which evolves around many narrative light installations, sculptures and the exclusive interactive projection »Cast Your Shadow«. The evening party included a lot of interesting talks, a concert by cayoux and a DJ performance by Phil Flash as well as food and drinks for everyone. As the evening was a full success, we want to thank all who joined in, made it possible and accompanied us along the way.
For this year’s light festival “Unterwegs im Licht” in Potsdam, we created an interactive mapping upon a wall mosaic outside of our working and creative space, the Rechenzentrum. The famous art work is called “Der Mensch bezwingt den Kosmos” (“The human conquers the cosmos”) and was created by Fritz Eisel in 1972. It shows an astronaut hovering outside his spaceship in the earth’s orbit. The spectators can approach the installation and interact with the mosaic by touching it, dancing in front of it or form certain groups. We used and expanded knowledge from our other research and interactive projects to realise the installation.