GEZEITEN

GEZEITEN

Media Architecture Content and Projection for German Maritime Museum
Premiered in September 2020
Commissioned by German Maritime Museum
Shown at Bangert-Building, Bremerhaven

On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of German reunification and the opening ceremony of the FRAME, we staged a light installation at the German Maritime Museum.

The FRAME is a LED-installation, that surrounds the Bangert building and stages the exhibits as if on a display. This spatial illumination is extended by four spatial projection surfaces with more detailed, high-resolution content.

The whole installation revolves around a tide calculator from the GDR, which is used to visualize the interplay of topics such as seas, climate change and research. Abstract, graphic forms and sounds spread through the whole room and in front of it, and are supplemented by photo and video material from science and research.

Credits:

Created by Xenorama (Lorenz Potthast, Marcel Bückner, Moritz Richartz, Richard Oeckel, Tim Heinze)

Produced for German Maritime Museum
Concept Light Frame: Westermann Kommunikation, Dirk Mailänder,
Realization Light Frame: Lightlife

Video Documentation will follow soon