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Extended Reality: DOK Neuland 2017 Interactive Project
BIOSCOPE Maarten Isaäk de Heer

A gang of garden gnomes is terrorising the city. A ladybug as a basketball. A girl skipping rope on top of an earthworm. A bird being beaten up. What we see is an analogue animation.

BIOSCOPE

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Maarten Isaäk de Heer, Valk Productions
Maarten Isaäk de Heer
A gang of garden gnomes is terrorising the city. A ladybug as a basketball. A girl skipping rope on top of an earthworm. A bird being beaten up. The riot of detail in this two by four metre work of art recalls paintings by Pieter Bruegel the Elder or Hieronymus Bosch, but it’s more than a painting. What we see is an analogue animation, grotesque scenery animated by the spectators’ movements and their interaction with the picture – completely without electricity. The technology – lenticular printing – is known from flip images and 3D postcards.
Extended Reality: DOK Neuland 2017 Interactive Project
Das Kongo Tribunal: Zeuge J & Die Hearings Milo Rau, Daniel Wagner

The game is part of the transmedia project “The Congo Tribunal” which investigates the background of the biggest and bloodiest economic war in history.

Das Kongo Tribunal: Zeuge J & Die Hearings

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Arne Birkenstock, Sebastian Lemke, Roman Roitman, Olivier Zobrist
Milo Rau, Daniel Wagner
Marcel Vaid
Thomas Schneider
Neysha Castritius, Holger Schulz
Timo Maier, Daniel Wagner, Sebastian Lemke, Milo Rau
Alon Kaplan, Timo Maier, Moritz Abeln
Christian Koschmieder
Yves Kulondwa, Daniel Wagner, Holger Schulz, Neysha Castritius, Lennart Troebs
Monokel
Holger Schulz, Neysha Castritius
Nina Wolters
Christian Koschmieder, Moritz Abeln
The game “Witness J.” is part of the transmedia project “The Congo Tribunal” which investigates the background of the biggest and bloodiest economic war in history. We are thrown into a massacre in the village of Mutarule. Shot and delirious, we are trying to find a safe place … In addition to this browser game, a room scale VR experience lets us undergo even more intensely the reality lived by the victims of the Congo war. An additional comprehensive online archive, consisting of the complete filmed material for “The Congo Tribunal”, enables us to browse and edit the footage individually.

HOMO DIGITALIS – Wie lange sind wir noch Mensch?

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Austria,
France,
Germany,
Japan,
UK,
USA
2017
60 minutes

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Andreas Martin, Dietmar Lyssy, Marcus Uhl
Christiane Miethge, Nils Otte
Kyrill Ahlvers, Tenzin Sherpa
Tim Sprado
Anna Hunger
Dagmar Petrus, Maik Siegle
Helen Fares
Thomas Sessner, Mustafa Isik (BR), Katja Ferwagner, Katja Dünnebacke, Aurélie Marx, Annina Zwettler (ARTE), Siegfried Steinlechner (ORF)
Miriam Mogge, Bernd Paulus, Max Karadeniz
Benny Nero
Phuoc Le, Lena Fischer
Christiane Miethge
Bernd Paulus, Phuoc Le, Lena Fischer
Anna Hunger, Sven Schulz
We live in times of upheaval. More and more technical innovations are part of our everyday life. But how dependent do we want to be? Or are we already addicted? Will there be a time when we have nothing but digital friendships, sex with robots, when we hack our own bodies? The transmedia project “HOMO DIGITALIS” consists of a documentary web series and a self testing game. How does the digital revolution affect us human beings? Does it turn Homo sapiens into a new species – Homo digitalis?