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In October 2015 the Magistrate of public Lighting presented the first Vienna light art festival “Wien leuchtet 2015” at the Maria-Theresien-Platz. The festival was dedicated to the year of Light 2015, which was proclaimed by the United Nations. Therefor Tim Schmelzer designed subjects which where presented by static slide projections on the 170m wide facade of the Natural History Museum.
In October 2015 the Magistrate of public Lighting presented the first Vienna light art festival “Wien leuchtet 2015” at the Maria-Theresien-Platz. The festival was dedicated to the year of Light 2015, which was proclaimed by the United Nations. Therefor Tim Schmelzer designed subjects which where presented by static slide projections on the 170m wide facade of the Natural History Museum. The artwork included parts of exhibits from the museum like drawings from Ernst Haeckel and the Venus of Willendorf. Tim Schmelzer presented his work as a part of a presentation by the Artist Collective Lichttapete. The technical implementation was realized in cooperation with Pani Austria.
In October 2015 the Magistrate of public Lighting presented the first Vienna light art festival “Wien leuchtet 2015” at the Maria-Theresien-Platz. The festival was dedicated to the year of Light 2015, which was proclaimed by the United Nations. Therefor Tim Schmelzer designed subjects which where presented by static slide projections on the 170m wide facade of the Natural History Museum. The artwork included parts of exhibits from the museum like drawings from Ernst Haeckel and the Venus of Willendorf. Tim Schmelzer presented his work as a part of a presentation by the Artist Collective Lichttapete. The technical implementation was realized in cooperation with Pani Austria.
In October 2015 the Magistrate of public Lighting presented the first Vienna light art festival “Wien leuchtet 2015” at the Maria-Theresien-Platz. The festival was dedicated to the year of Light 2015, which was proclaimed by the United Nations. Therefor Tim Schmelzer designed subjects which where presented by static slide projections on the 170m wide facade of the Natural History Museum. The artwork included parts of exhibits from the museum like drawings from Ernst Haeckel and the Venus of Willendorf. Tim Schmelzer presented his work as a part of a presentation by the Artist Collective Lichttapete. The technical implementation was realized in cooperation with Pani Austria.
The silo in Kolding Harbour was set in a new light with large-scale projections based on illustrations by the french artist Gustave Doré. Twelve artistic subjects based on Gustave Dorés illustrations “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” written by the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Parts of the original monochrome  illustrations are embedded in a monocular coloured frame. The subjects where presented chronologic to the original poem.(Projection technique by Pani)
The silo in Kolding Harbour was set in a new light with large-scale projections based on illustrations by the french artist Gustave Doré. Twelve artistic subjects based on Gustave Dorés illustrations “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” written by the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Parts of the original monochrome  illustrations are embedded in a monocular coloured frame. The subjects where presented chronologic to the original poem.(Projection technique by Pani)
The silo in Kolding Harbour was set in a new light with large-scale projections based on illustrations by the french artist Gustave Doré. Twelve artistic subjects based on Gustave Dorés illustrations “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” written by the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Parts of the original monochrome  illustrations are embedded in a monocular coloured frame. The subjects where presented chronologic to the original poem.(Projection technique by Pani)
The silo in Kolding Harbour was set in a new light with large-scale projections based on illustrations by the french artist Gustave Doré. Twelve artistic subjects based on Gustave Dorés illustrations “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” written by the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Parts of the original monochrome  illustrations are embedded in a monocular coloured frame. The subjects where presented chronologic to the original poem.(Projection technique by Pani)
The silo in Kolding Harbour was set in a new light with large-scale projections based on illustrations by the french artist Gustave Doré. Twelve artistic subjects based on Gustave Dorés illustrations “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” written by the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Parts of the original monochrome  illustrations are embedded in a monocular coloured frame. The subjects where presented chronologic to the original poem.(Projection technique by Pani)
Radio Ö1 presented on 15th to 17th April 2016 on the occasion of the 20 years Ö1 Club anniversary a literature and music festival at the Museumsquartier Vienna. There fore Tim Schmelzer designed several stage subjects in reference to the cultural program at the Halle E stage. The first evening was dedicated to the literature with readings of the writers Michael Köhlmeier, Valerie Fritsch, Eva Rossmann, Bernhard Aichner and Thomas Glavinic. The second music evening was in the focus on classic part with Gabriela Montero and the ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien, and a jazz part “Classic Impro” performed by the Trio Schmid-Breinschmid-Carstensen.
Radio Ö1 presented on 15th to 17th April 2016 on the occasion of the 20 years Ö1 Club anniversary a literature and music festival at the Museumsquartier Vienna. There fore Tim Schmelzer designed several stage subjects in reference to the cultural program at the Halle E stage. The first evening was dedicated to the literature with readings of the writers Michael Köhlmeier, Valerie Fritsch, Eva Rossmann, Bernhard Aichner and Thomas Glavinic. The second music evening was in the focus on classic part with Gabriela Montero and the ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien, and a jazz part “Classic Impro” performed by the Trio Schmid-Breinschmid-Carstensen.
The “Festival of Lights” presented Tim Schmelzers work 2014 and 2015 at the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner DOM). The subjects where presented by static slide projections on the 116 m high facade of the cathedral. In 2014 Tim Schmelzer involved the structure of the building in his work, and accentuated the symmetry of the building with a special arrangement of the letters D O M. For the 10th anniversary of the festival in 2015, the subject was leaned on the festival theme “new dimensions” and took the name “novel space”. The technical implementation was realized with 6 large scale projectors by Pani Austria.
The “Festival of Lights” presented Tim Schmelzers work 2014 and 2015 at the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner DOM). The subjects where presented by static slide projections on the 116 m high facade of the cathedral. In 2014 Tim Schmelzer involved the structure of the building in his work, and accentuated the symmetry of the building with a special arrangement of the letters D O M. For the 10th anniversary of the festival in 2015, the subject was leaned on the festival theme “new dimensions” and took the name “novel space”. The technical implementation was realized with 6 large scale projectors by Pani Austria.
In remembrance of the nuclear catastrophe in Fukushima in March 2011, the patterns of the reactor blocks of the Daiichi nuclear power plant were projected onto the facade of the Leopoldmuseum in Vienna. In addition to symbolizing the far-reaching global impact of the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe, the deliberate selection of the projection subject for the intervention drew attention to the trivialization of the disaster and its consequences by the power plant operators and the Japanese government. The deceptively playful patterns decorating the facades of the Daiichi reactor blocks were transferred to this public location as a symbol of the act of trivialization. The facade projection was also indicative of the global downplaying the dangers of nuclear energy by power plant advocates.
In remembrance of the nuclear catastrophe in Fukushima in March 2011, the patterns of the reactor blocks of the Daiichi nuclear power plant were projected onto the facade of the Leopoldmuseum in Vienna. In addition to symbolizing the far-reaching global impact of the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe, the deliberate selection of the projection subject for the intervention drew attention to the trivialization of the disaster and its consequences by the power plant operators and the Japanese government. The deceptively playful patterns decorating the facades of the Daiichi reactor blocks were transferred to this public location as a symbol of the act of trivialization. The facade projection was also indicative of the global downplaying the dangers of nuclear energy by power plant advocates.
The Museumsquartier (MQ) is a large cultural area in the 7th district of the city of Vienna, Austria. It is home to a range of installations from large art museums like the Leopold Museum, the MUMOK and the Kunsthalle Wien. The MuseumsQuartier (MQ) in Vienna regularly presents the work of Tim Schmelzer in the form of façade and ground projections. A highlight here are the projections on the façade of the Leopold Museum.(Implementation Tim Schmelzer by Lichttapete)
The Museumsquartier (MQ) is a large cultural area in the 7th district of the city of Vienna, Austria. It is home to a range of installations from large art museums like the Leopold Museum, the MUMOK and the Kunsthalle Wien. The MuseumsQuartier (MQ) in Vienna regularly presents the work of Tim Schmelzer in the form of façade and ground projections. A highlight here are the projections on the façade of the Leopold Museum.(Implementation Tim Schmelzer by Lichttapete)
The Museumsquartier (MQ) is a large cultural area in the 7th district of the city of Vienna, Austria. It is home to a range of installations from large art museums like the Leopold Museum, the MUMOK and the Kunsthalle Wien. The MuseumsQuartier (MQ) in Vienna regularly presents the work of Tim Schmelzer in the form of façade and ground projections. A highlight here are the projections on the façade of the Leopold Museum.(Implementation Tim Schmelzer by Lichttapete)
Since 2005, the appearance of the tents at the Wiesen Festival site have been lit with projections. Using large-screen projectors, visuals for numerous events and various concerts from techno, jazz, funk and reggae to individual designs for calexico and manu chao were presented.(Implementation Tim Schmelzer by Lichttapete)
Since 2005, the appearance of the tents at the Wiesen Festival site have been lit with projections. Using large-screen projectors, visuals for numerous events and various concerts from techno, jazz, funk and reggae to individual designs for calexico and manu chao were presented.(Implementation Tim Schmelzer by Lichttapete)
The Global 2000 Tomorrow Festival is the first music festival certified with the Austrian Ecolabel. It is no coincidence that it took place on the site of the never activated nuclear power plant Zwentendorf. The imposing reactor building was lit for three days with changing motifs.
The Global 2000 Tomorrow Festival is the first music festival certified with the Austrian Ecolabel. It is no coincidence that it took place on the site of the never activated nuclear power plant Zwentendorf. The imposing reactor building was lit for three days with changing motifs.
Radio Österreich 1 presented an artistic collage from Tim Schmelzer in reference to the novel Ulysses of James Joyce. The subject was presented in June 2015 by a static light projection at the facade of the Radio-Kulturhaus Vienna during a 24 hour audio drama broadcast of Ulysses by Radio Österreich 1. The artistic collage shows in graphic elements the peripatetic appointments and encounters of Leopold Bloom in Dublin in the course of one day, the 16th of June 1904. The “stream of consciousness”, the stylistic central element of the novel, inspired Tim Schmelzer to his visual speech of orderless fragmentary arrangements of images in relationship to the adventures of Leopold Bloom.
Radio Österreich 1 presented an artistic collage from Tim Schmelzer in reference to the novel Ulysses of James Joyce. The subject was presented in June 2015 by a static light projection at the facade of the Radio-Kulturhaus Vienna during a 24 hour audio drama broadcast of Ulysses by Radio Österreich 1. The artistic collage shows in graphic elements the peripatetic appointments and encounters of Leopold Bloom in Dublin in the course of one day, the 16th of June 1904. The “stream of consciousness”, the stylistic central element of the novel, inspired Tim Schmelzer to his visual speech of orderless fragmentary arrangements of images in relationship to the adventures of Leopold Bloom.
Radio Österreich 1 presented an artistic collage from Tim Schmelzer in reference to the novel Ulysses of James Joyce. The subject was presented in June 2015 by a static light projection at the facade of the Radio-Kulturhaus Vienna during a 24 hour audio drama broadcast of Ulysses by Radio Österreich 1. The artistic collage shows in graphic elements the peripatetic appointments and encounters of Leopold Bloom in Dublin in the course of one day, the 16th of June 1904. The “stream of consciousness”, the stylistic central element of the novel, inspired Tim Schmelzer to his visual speech of orderless fragmentary arrangements of images in relationship to the adventures of Leopold Bloom.
The Museumsquartier (MQ) is a large cultural area in the 7th district of the city of Vienna, Austria. It is home to a range of installations from large art museums like the Leopold Museum, the MUMOK and the Kunsthalle Wien. The MuseumsQuartier (MQ) in Vienna regularly presents the work of Tim Schmelzer in the form of façade and floor projections.
The Museumsquartier (MQ) is a large cultural area in the 7th district of the city of Vienna, Austria. It is home to a range of installations from large art museums like the Leopold Museum, the MUMOK and the Kunsthalle Wien. The MuseumsQuartier (MQ) in Vienna regularly presents the work of Tim Schmelzer in the form of façade and floor projections.