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Video projection for the  “light in art and archtitectrure festival GLOW 2013“ in Eindhoven Holland. The Eindhoven Hooghuis, designed in 1975 by the Van den Broeken Bakema architectural firm, is characterized by purely rectangular and cubist architecture. Tim Schmelzers projection based on the principles of the Dutch artist group De Stijl, founded in the 1920s, lends itself particularly well for this building.The projection concept makes reference to the works of the De Stijl group. It transports the creative thought of the group to the present in the form of an original design emphasizing abstract geometric forms and clarity of color. As in works by De Stijl artists, this light art projection seeks to totally depart from the representational axioms of traditional art and developa new, wholly abstract vocabulary of form derived from the variation of a few elementary principles from visual design (horizontal/vertical, big/small, light/dark elements and base colors. In keeping with the premise, the projection concept calls for a reduction of the palette to the three primary colors red, yellow, and blue as well as the noncolors black, grey, and white. (Projection technique by Pani)
As part of the Festival Of Lights in Berlin, E.ON presented the "Special TV Tower Award". The theme of "Creating a Better Tomorrow" was to feature Germany's tallest building, the TV tower on Berlin’s Alexanderplatz. Therefor Tim Schmelzer created a 90 seconds 3D video mapping animation which was leaned on solar technology innovations and the character of the building structure. One specific point in that work was a free falling light effect which was leaned on the physical curve of gravity.(Projection technique by Pani)  
The light festival “Wien leuchtet 2016 ” took place on the Maria-Theresien-Platz for the second time in October. For the Museum of Natural History Tim Schmelzer designed freehand subjects  which was lit up with large alternating slide projections. Some artistic composition also involved the drawings of the biologist Ernst Haeckel, which are exhibited in the Museum of Natural History. The elements from “Art Forms of Nature” Plate 69 and 70. were used, amongst others.(Projection technique by Pani)
On the occasion of the Light Festival in Kolding, Denmark, the silo in Kolding Harbor was set in a new light with large-scale projections based on illustrations by Irish painter and illustrator Harry Clarke. Tim Schmelzer created an original composition consisting of new colour spaces and rearranged details from Clarke’s fairy tale illustrations. The work was produced exclusively for the Kolding Light Festival and presented there on a single occasion in the form of a facade projection. The projection subjects were based on Harry Clarke’s illustrations to Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales and other illustrations from The Year’s at the Spring, an anthology of poetry by various authors. Through the use of Clarke’s illustrations for Hans Christian Andersen, Tim Schmelzer also established a reference to Denmark with his collages.(Projection technique by Pani)
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)
Video projection at the “Light in Art and Architecture Festival GLOW 2015“ in Eindhoven, Netherlands. Tim Schmelzer was invited to present his work at the Glow festival for the second time. This time he presented his work at the facade of the Dela building. The visual artwork based on visualised emotions of things we leave to our family or friends when we die. The memory of your personal being gives your children power and inspiration for their further life. This artwork shows in dreamful scenes how your spirit helps or inspires your family and friends.(Projection technique by Pani)
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.
TV Tower Berlin

As part of the Festival Of Lights in Berlin, E.ON presented the "Special TV Tower Award". The theme of "Creating a Better Tomorrow" was to feature Germany's tallest building, the TV tower on Berlin’s Alexanderplatz. Therefor Tim Schmelzer created a 90 seconds 3D video mapping animation which was leaned on solar technology innovations and the character of the building structure.

Sound & animation support by Patrick Kong, projection technique by Pani

Wien Leuchtet KHM

The light festival “Wien leuchtet 2016 ” took place on the Maria-Theresien-Platz for the second time in October. The overall concept as well as the artistic design was created by the light art collective LICHTTAPETE in cooperation with 4youreye ProjectionArt. For the first time ever, the entire Museum of Art History was turned into a video mapping show.>> full video show 

Projection technique by Rezac-hpp

GLOW Eindhoven

Video projection for the  “light in art and archtitectrure festival GLOW 2013“ in Eindhoven Holland. The Eindhoven Hooghuis, designed in 1975 by the Van den Broeken Bakema architectural firm, is characterized by purely rectangular and cubist architecture. Tim Schmelzers projection based on the principles of the Dutch artist group De Stijl, founded in the 1920s, lends itself particularly well for this building.The projection concept makes reference to the works of the De Stijl group. It transports the creative thought of the group to the present in the form of an original design emphasizing abstract geometric forms and clarity of color.

Sound & animation support by Patrick Kong, projection technique by Pani

Wien Leuchtet - Triton and Naiad fountain

Tim Schmelzer also designed an audiovisual performance for one of the four Triton and Naiad fountains on the Maria-Theresien-Platz. This involved the translation of a short poem on the sea by Jules Michelet into Morse code, which was played back in the form of video projections and acoustic Morse code signals. By using Morse code, which is typically used in seafaring, the fountain’s oceanic mythology was linked to Jules Michelet’s poem dedicated to the sea.



Implementation by Lichttapete/Tim Schmelzer 

Glow Eindhoven

Video projection at the “Light in Art and Architecture Festival GLOW 2015“ in Eindhoven, Netherlands. Tim Schmelzer was invited to present his work at the Glow festival for the second time. This time he presented his work at the facade of the Dela building. The visual artwork based on visualised emotions of things we leave to our family or friends when we die. The memory of your personal being gives your children power and inspiration for their further life.

Sound & animation support by Patrick Kong, projection technique by Pani

Kolding Light Festival

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