A new live cinema performance by Karla Kracht and Andrés Beladiez.
We continue the research line we undertook in our previous work “zoomwooz”, deepening in the different discoverings we made. Again, the aesthetic approach will take us on a path, where live video, shadow play and sound space combine to a format which we call “live-cinema” or “expanded cinema”. We are interested in working “live, in real time. The “now and here”. Also the humanized use of technology, something like “low technology”.
The world will never be the same again... Boarders will turn red again or disappear completely. They will become less accessible. New walls will be build and old ideals will be buried. Wars will be different, but continue killing at ideologic gunpoint. Capitalism, with hardly any opponent, will extend covering the terrestrial world with its coat. Governments will cease their power cells to big corporations. New migrations and an agonised Europe resisting to lose its hegemony. Citizens searching their identities in shopping carts. The 21st century arrived and changed us forever. But we hardly realised it. Somehow everything continues the same...
This film is part of the theatric object-video installation zoomwooz, as exhibited at Incheon Art Platform - South Korea in january 2013. Zoomwooz is also a live video-performance where all the images are generated in real time. The making off of this project can be seen here: zoomwooz.tk
1 channel video
The Icebook - the world's first projection mapped pop-up book. An exquisite experience of fragile paper cutouts and video projections that sweep you right into the heart of a fantasy world. It is an intimate and immersive experience of animation, book art and performance.
For more information on the making of and the artists please visit: theicebook.com.
Music: Ben Woods
This interesting title loosely translates to Rum ball course, which refers to the chocolate rum ball which travels down a route taking you for a preview of the Vienna Design week taking place this October.
The Vienna Design Week Embassy (fancy title!) presents this work of Vienna design couple Mischer'Traxler during the DMY festival in Berlin.
text from the dmy:
"The ball path is a reminisence of Vienna's Prater and its typical sweet and candies. Feel invited to join this years 's festival October 1- 10th. On display are products by Breaded Escalope, Casali, Marco Dessi, Dottings, Max Lamb, J.&L. Lobmeyr, Mühlbauer, Augarten, POLKA, Posenanski, RiessKELOMAT, Adrien Rovero, Robert Rüf, soda designers, Vösslauer, Wittmann"