Ars Electronica Festival | Linz (2019)

MAIN INSTALLATION: LEFT: "Ed Ruscha - Every Building On The Sunset Strip" (1966)
MIDDLE: Realtime frame of "Markus Oberndorfer - REVISITED" (Realtime)
RIGHT: "Markus Oberndorfer - REVISITED" 360° videos (2016) & additional materials (2016-2018)
FLOOR INSTALLATION: "Faking the Ordinary", 360° video (2016), Spatial audio (2019), REVISIT RADIO broadcast with host triggered by volume pedal (2019)
VIDEOWALL: REVISITED Spacetime Video Panorama #3, Afterglow, Original: 34.464 x 1920px, 9x4k adapted to 5x HD (2018-2019)
WALL: REVISITED Spacetime Framed, Early Morning, Camera: Left, 8m in 6 parts (2017) + 4x Zine depicting 24 Spacetime Collages for 6DoF
WALL: REVISIT OST Vinyl Collage (3x Vinyl with unique frametake inserts and Artivive augmentation)
WALL: COLLAGE IN THE AGE OF AUTOMATION: Walltext, Font

Museumspavillion Mirabell | Salzburg (2018/2019)

LEFT: "Ed Ruscha - Every Building On The Sunset Strip" (1966)
MIDDLE: Realtime frame of "Markus Oberndorfer - REVISITED" (Realtime)
RIGHT: "Markus Oberndorfer - REVISITED" 360° videos (2016) & additional materials (2016-2018)
WALL: "REVISITED Source Footage Collage" Spacetime, 8m in 6 parts (2017)

Geistwert IP Attorneys | Vienna (2017)

WALL: "REVISITED Source Footage Collage" Spacetime, handmade vs semi-automated (2017)
MIDDLE: "Ed Ruscha - Every Building On The Sunset Strip" (1966)
RIGHT: "Markus Oberndorfer - REVISITED" — 360° videos (2016)
Topic: Robotic Art — For this occasion we showed a juxtaposition of two, seemingly identical spacetime collages from the Source Footage Collage Series. Where they fundamentally differ: In their coming into existence. One was handstitched during endless hours of assembly line work. The other one stitched semi-automatedly within minutes and with the help of a computer script.
Documentation: © Gute Macher 2017

Musée des Beaux Arts de Rennes | Travelling (2018)

Centquatre 104 Paris | Circulations (2017)

LEFT: "Ed Ruscha - Every Building On The Sunset Strip" (1966)
MIDDLE: Realtime frame of "Markus Oberndorfer - REVISITED" (Realtime)
RIGHT: "Markus Oberndorfer - REVISITED" 360° videos & additional materials (2016)

THE CORE IDEA:

The central REVISITED installation is supposed to represent a timeline of 50 years of development of media starting in 1966 with Ed Ruscha's famous photographic strip panorama of the Sunset Strip, and "ending" with my 360° video take on it from 2016. In an opposition of three main mediums of our time — photography, video and 360° video, it makes fundamental shifts in regards to "who is defining the final visual frame and how we perceive (provided) visual landscapes" experienceable. Every participant one way or another also becomes a protagonist. Either as consumer or co-producer.

LEFT: The accordion book "Every Building On The Sunset Strip" by Ed Ruscha from 1966 represents a seamless documentation of the Sunset Strip. A static photocollage within a pre-defined photographic frame.

MIDDLE: The TV-screen in the center shows a realtime frame of the 360° video experience of the Sunset Strip I recorded 50 years later. The one who wears the VR-headset to the right becomes the Director of Photography and as well and therefore defines the programm on TV for everybody outside of the immersive experience.

RIGHT: 50 years after Ed Ruschas photo-collage of the Sunset Strip, we have the technical means, hard- and software to create immersive, 360° video documentations of places such as the Sunset Strip. The one wearing the VR-headset becomes co-producer of his/her final visual frame and in doing so also defines the TV-programm in realtime.

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