Exploded Cinema by RaumZeitPiraten
Presented daily from sunset to sunrise on the Goethe-Institut's windows.
Inspired by the concept of extended cinema, the artist group RaumZeitPiraten created a multimedia installation for the Goethe-Institut for Nuit blanche 2019 entitled Exploded Cinema. From this installation of optoacoustic devices and machines, using both in-situ and previously existing footage, they produced videos currently presented on the windows of the Goethe-Institut.
About the RaumZeitPiraten
The RaumZeitPiraten (Tobias Daemgen, Jan Ehlen, Moritz Ellerich) are a space-time bending artist group. Since 2007, they have been misusing and remixing ancient and up-to-date audio and visual technologies for heterogeneous, organically improvised light and sound architectures. Their activities range from playful, experimental connections of sound, image, object, space and time to an alternately-self-expanding-multimedia-performance-surround-spaceship-laboratory – situated somewhere between science and fiction. The RaumZeitPiraten perform internationally and their work has been rewarded numerous prizes and grants.
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