For rest, 2014-16

 

Wolfgang-Rihm-Forum, media theater, Karlsruhe, 28th October 2016,
27th January 2016 and 11th December 2015

 

Karl Wilhelm's dream - Theater phantasy with video art installation "for rest" at the Badisches Landesmusuem, Karlsruhe Palace, 15th - 23rd November 2014

 

for rest, 2016

 

Video documentation, 2014 (2.30 min.)

 

DESCRIPTION

The motive of a staged forest is taken into an eight minute long video perfomance, which premiered at the Wolfgang-Rihm-Forum, in December 2015 and was staged again in January 2016.

 

End of 2014 in a collaboration with Pascal Paul-Harang an one and a half hour theater phantasy was created through theatric elements and video art.
On a virtual revolving stage sceneries are displayed with projections on two walls - especially using the corner. On this diagonally across stage all motifs move along the projection with a very slow rotation according to the rooms dimension. The fixed arrangements are constantly in change through the simulated rotating stage.

The sceneries are compositions made of „movable walls“, which are shifted against each other. Main motif is the forest in different moods and shapes in which the idea of the city of Karlsruhe as well as the palace have their „phantasmagoric“ origin.

Credits

For rest - espace bleu

Wolfgang-Rihm-Forum, media theater, Karlsruhe, 28.09.2016, 27.01.2016 and 11.12.2015

 

Location

Wolfgang-Rihm-Forum, media theater, HfM Karlsruhe

 

Video artist

Alexander Stublic

 

Sound composition

Thomas A. Troge

 

Tech

1 channel video, 20000 ansi-lumens, dimension 14m x 5m

24 channel sound installation

 

Special thanks

Bibana Castillo

Rainer Lorenz




For rest

Karl Wilhelms dream - Theater phantasy with video art installation

Saturday 15.11., 16.11., 21.11. and 23.11.2014

 

 

Location

Badisches Landesmusuem, Karlsruhe Palace


Text, direction, scenography

Pascal Paul-Harang

 

Video artist

Alexander Stublic

 

Sound composition

Students of the University of Music, Karlsruhe

Class of Thomas A. Troge,

Composition: Julia Vautz, Pascale Feiertag

 

Lighting

Martin Bruckmayer

 

Dramaturgy

Katrin Lorbeer

 

Piano

Adrian Fischer

 

Actors

Sophie Bareis (Sopran)

Jonathan Bruckmeier

Farida Shehada

Heinrich Pacher and many others

 

Video tech

4 channel live video installation, 15000 ansi-lumens, dimension 27m x 5m

 

Special thanks

Bibana Castillo

Simon Frettlöh

Rainer Lorenz

 

The Lang Video team, Sascha Gierend, Michael and Stephan Lang

 

In cooperation with Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe

and the IMWI / ComputerStudio at the University of Music Karlsruhe

 

photo 2,3,5-8 © 2014 Simon Frettlöh, photo 1,4 © Badisches Landesmuseum Karlsruhe, Th. Goldschmidt
video documentation © 2014 Simon Frettlöh

 

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