LIVE CONCERT AND VIDEOSCAPE / ULM MINSTER / 14.07.2017
In the 21st century, the process of atomization of society has accelerated in such a way that the idea of a common future is liable to disappear. wittmann / zeitblom & Liebert therefore ask the Ulm society for their personal visions of future community. The answers form the basis for one-hour audiovisual scapes in the Ulm Minster, the city’s most visionary citizen project, which has involved more than twenty generations since the beginning of construction.
Eight high-end projectors transform the mighty central nave of the cathedral into a more than 4000 square-meter large dynamic video landscape, accompanied by the sound of a composition for electronics, percussion and organ. The Scapes address the question “How do we want to live in the future?” and take up motives of change.
JOCHEN ARBEIT / ACHIM FÄRBER / ZEITBLOM
FRIEDEMANN JOHANNES WIELAND
ALICE DWYER / CHRISTIAN WITTMANN
Concept, Composition, Video
WITTMANN/ZEITBLOM / RENÉ LIEBERT
MARC JUNGREITHMEIER (STUDIO6)
INTERACTIVE MEDIA FOUNDATION Berlin