going through something

2020

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“going through something” is an Augmented Reality scene of falling bodies and flowing typography, which transforms a printed magazine into a temporary stage. The project was initiated from the will to develop new forms of performance complying with the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions and was created in collaboration with graphic designers Nina Massow and Insa Kühlcke-Schmoldt (Káschem Büro) as well as media artist Patrick Will.

The falling bodies were recreated in real life and transferred to the digital 3D world using photo-realistic scans. For the first time the collective experiments with new media and created a symbol of our society “going through something”.

published in

 

ARTLINE>nord (November 2020)

published in northern Germany

ARTLINE (January 2021)

published in Germany and Switzerland

ARTLINE calendar 2021

The project was realized in collaboration with ARTLINE and artforum3 e.V. The conception was supported by the aid fund "Kunst kennt keinen Shutdown" of the Hamburgische Kulturstiftung as well as the "Nationales Performance Netz - Stepping Out", funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media as part of the "Neustart Kultur" initiative. Aid program dance. The realization of the project was funded by the Ministry for Education, Science and Culture Schleswig-Holstein as well as the impulse program "Kunst trotz Abstand" of the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts Baden-Württemberg. The re-edit for the XL version and partly the prints were funded by the city Neumünster.

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going through something XL

"going through something XL" is a large-scale floor print which takes the Augmented Reality scene out of the magazine and places it in possibly any space. 

This version is exhibited in galleries, libraries and schools. It animates the spectators even more to walk around and interact with the 3D animation as it is appearing significantly bigger.

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