sequence of a horse in motion - VR installation (beta version)

23.06.2018 10h - 18h

24.06.2018 10h - 14h 

limited number of slots available (ca. 20min each)

 

Vollgutlager

Am Sudhaus 8

12053 Berlin (Neukölln)

 

In correspondence with the live art installation "Sequence of a Horse in Motion", Katharina Haverich develops a virtual reality installation in which a single audience member takes the position of the dancer in the live Installation: she hangs upside down in the dark, is circled by a horse and wrapped with a ribbon. The invitation is twofold: entering the dream sequence on which the live work is based as well sharing the experience of the dancer. For 48 Stunden Neukölln the beta-version of the VR installation can be experienced in the original setting of the live art show at Vollgutlager.

 

Concept: Katharina Haverich 

360 Video Creator / VR Editor: Susanne Dickel (IntoVR) 

VR Author / 360 Video Operator: Martin Heller (IntoVR) 

360 Sound Concept and Design: Thomas Wallmann (neuton Berlin) 

VR Dramaturge: Julian Kamphausen 

Consulting Producer: Fernanda Parente

World Transition Aides: Friedelise Stutte & Michael Hoppe 

Horse: Abacaxi 

Horse Trainers: Lene Husch & Lynn Kalinowski 

Technical Development: Mathias Westebbe 

Music: Christopher Hotti Böhm & Michael Hoppe 

Production Manager: Katja Wehling 

Photos: Dajana Lothert 

Making Of Video: Clara Julia Escalera 

Graphic Design: Christin Striegler

 

Funded by Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg and part of the residency program schloss bröllin e.V., supported by the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and the district of Vorpommern-Greifswald

 

Thank you: Maricel Álvarez, Arto Sebastian, Rudi Bort, Klaus Jensen, happyhorse24.de, Bernd Scherer, Alexandra Engel, André Schulz, Hartmut Bez, Matthias Leonhardt, Thorsten Schlenger, Martin Steffens, Sebastian Stragies, Bouldergarten Neukölln, Plakat-Kultur

luckily sponsored by happyhorse.de

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