Schlosslichtspiele: 300 Fragments

Interview mit Laszlo Czigany,Andras Sass and Tamas Vaspori

Interview mit Laszlo Czigany,Andras Sass and Tamas Vaspori
20.06.2015 to 31.07.2015

A projection as part of »Schlosslichtspiele«

The past, present, and future of Karlsruhe are translated into an abstract visual language and an overpowering sound composition, to be projected onto the Palace until it burns out and melts, disintegrating into millions of pixels and then reassembling itself. Following a brief introduction, an initial dream phase illustrates the legend of the city’s origin and the plans of Margrave Karl Wilhelm of Baden-Durlach. The story goes on, even extending into the future. From classical music to abstract sound experiments, a soundtrack accompanies this journey through time until the projection finally gives way to an abstract stream of data.

Project team

  • Art Direction and Animation András Sass, Budapest (HU); László Czigány, Budapest (HU)
  • Animation Gergely Illés, Budapest (HU); Daniel Cseuz, Szolnok (HU); Benedek Pozsgay, Budapest (HU); Ivó Kovács, Budapest (HU); Zoltán Varga, Nyíregyháza (HU)
  • Music and Sound Flaviu Ciocan, Budapest ( HU ); Márton Horváth, Kecskemét ( HU )
  • Project Management Tamás Vaspöri, Budapest (HU)


Partners & Sponsors

»Schlosslichtspiele«: A project by Stadtmarketing Karlsruhe in cooperation with ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe. Supported by Sparda Bank Baden- Württemberg eG.


Video Documentary

ZKM | Institute for Visual Media
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  • Editing: Martina Rotzal
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