Xenorama

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Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (4)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (3)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (6)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (7)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (8)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (5)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (10)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (9)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (13)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (11)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (12)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (15)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (14)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (17)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (16)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (19)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (20)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (21)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (23)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (18)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (25)
Xenorama. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (24)
St. Andreas | Xenorama | Lux Excelsis | Photos: Jennifer Braun

In religious and spiritual contexts, the concepts of light and height are often associated with universal, ordering power – just like mathematics and geometry in the field of natural sciences.
The central nave of St. Andreas is characterised by a 28.6 m high star vault, which connects and divides the individual room sections of the main nave with its ribbed beams.
In an audiovisual architectural projection, this geometric structure and the resulting spatial conception as well as the meaning of the sky, which is implicit in the metaphor of the “star vault”, are discussed.

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Referential works 2014 – 2017 | Photos: Xenorama

Xenorama is an interdisciplinary art collective for audio-visual media.
In their work they combine their expertises in the fields of visual design, animation, programming, sound design and composition. They specialise in site-specific narration, spatial cinema, sound scape scenarios, interactive light installations and projection shows on historical architecture, sculptures, complex organic structures and mobile performers.


Karlsruhe (de) | Oneironaut (teaser) | Xenorama | 2015

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS
2017 | Tokyo (jp) JAPAN MEDIA ARTS FESTVIAL
2016 | London (uk) LUMEN PRIZE
2016 | Tunis (tn) INTERFERENCE LIGHT ART FESTIVAL
2015 | Cologne (de) CITYLEAKS FESTIVAL
2014 | Weimar (de) GENIUS LOCI VIDEO MAPPING FESTIVAL
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BACKGROUND

Lorenz Potthast
Up to present | Bremen (de) Master of Digital Media at the HfK
2011 | Foundation of the Audio Visual Art collective “Xenorama”
2011 | Bremen (de) Bachelor Degree in Integrated Design at the University of Arts
1990| Born
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Tim Georg Heinze
Up to present | Germany (de) Sound designer at Xenorama
Since 2000 | Professional activity as an interdisciplinary artist
1985 | Born
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Richard Leroy Oeckel
Up to present | Germany (de) Musician at Xenorma
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The collective Xenorama is furthermore consisting of Moritz Janis Richartz and Marcel Bückner.

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