- 05.11.2016 to 12.03.2017
Frei Otto (1925-2015) is among the most internationally celebrated and innovative German architects of the 20th century and is a central figure in building the culture in the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg. In March 2015, he received the Nobel Prize for Architecture, the Pritzker Prize, for his work, which is the most highly recognized award for architecture in the world.
The video presents three of his well-known projects: The Olympic Park in Munich, the Multi-hall in Mannheim and his concept of Stuttgart 21.
Curator: Georg Vrachliotis
Co-Curator: Marc Frohn, Joachim Kleinmanns, Martin Kunz
Exhibition architecture: FAR frohn&rojas
ZKM | Institute for Visual Media
Camera: Moritz Büchner, Peter Müller, Martina Rotzal, Christina Zartmann
Edititing: Martina Rotzal
Concept: Christina Zartmann, Martina Rotzal
Voice Recording: Anton Kossjanenko
Voice: Florentine Krafft
Photos: SAAI | Südwestdeutsches Archiv für Architektur und Ingenieurbau
Music: Ghost: Empty rooms http://dig.ccmixter.org/people/_ghost, Slow Motion - Bensound.com http://www.bensound.com, Apple Loops