In 2015, Karlsruhe celebrated its 300th anniversary. To stage a time frame of three hundred years, I tried to throw a glance three hundred years into a possible future.
How could the facade of Karlsruhe's castle develop if we vanished overnight? How would it possibly look now if it had been abandoned three hundred years ago? Using projection, the castle of Karlsruhe slowly transformed into a kind of sunken temple.
There was an interactive space in front of the castle from which the observer could cast artificial shadows onto the facade and interact with the elements of the projection.
The work was on display from August 22nd to September 11th 2015 during the “Schlosslichtspiele” of Karlsruhe, Germany. Later on, a documentation was projected onto a minature model of the castle at the ZKM.
Thank you to everybody who contributed to this work:
|Assistance and Sound Consulting||Lorenz Schwarz|
|Projection Team||Kai Möhring
|PONG Team||Dominik Rinnhofer
Dorothea von Holtey
|ZKM Team||Prof. Peter Weibel
|Voice Announcement||Ida Nordpol|
|Documentation Camera||Marc Teuscher|
|Documentation Video Cut||Carmen Donet García|
|Support Panoramic 3D Camera||Achim Göbel|
|Computer Hardware and Camera for Sketch||Computer Consult Wening|
|Support Miniature Documentation||Manuel Weber|
|Miniature Documentation Shadows||Ines Hoffmann
Lennart & Levin
Anna & Chris Wening
|Special Thanks||Rainer Kuhn
Pressestelle Badisches Landesmuseum
|Bows to||The Volunteers of KA300...
Your support made all of this possible.
|Produced in cooperation with||KA300 and ZKM Karlsruhe|
|Supported by||Sparda-Bank Baden-Württemberg|