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Draiflessen Collection

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CLIENT: Draiflessen Collection
Interaktive Books
November 2020

The Draiflessen Collection has an extensive collection of books and prints, which is one of the most important Dutch special libraries for the 17th and 18th centuries. The collection of approximately 4000 objects includes many delicate specimens of high antiquarian value, so it is not accessible to every visitor. In order to present some selected pieces to a wide audience, 235 Media developed interactive books.

At first glance, this medium looks like an ordinary book made of bound paper with blank pages. But only a few moments after opening, the pages are filled with life through a combination of camera recognition and front projection. In combination with hand-painted pages, this results in a fascinating interplay of digital and analog media with high haptic quality.

235 Media created several interactive books that are permanently displayed in the archive rooms. In addition, further books were produced for the exhibitions “Seestücke” (November 5, 2020 – May 9, 2021) and “Vom Wesen der Landschaft” (September 6, 2019 – February 16, 2020).

Draiflessen Collection

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CLIENT: Draiflessen Collection
Emil Nolde – a critical approach by Mischa Kuball
Oktober 11th 2020 – February 7th 2021

In the Draiflessen Collection in Mettingen, the conceptual artist Mischa Kuball (*1959) devotes himself to the work and perception of the expressionist painter Emil Nolde (1867-1956). In the context of the exhibition Emil Nolde – a critical approach by Mischa Kuball”, Kuball examines discourses on the historical person and deals, among other things, with mechanisms of artistic self-staging.

235 Media installed six space-filling projections with a size of up to 49 square meters.

Interaktives Buch

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CLIENT: ART COLLECTION NRW
DECEMBER 2003

For the Art Collection NRW, K20, 235 MEDIA developed and implemented the interactive version of the artistic book “der Strom dein Zügel” by Gerhard Altenbourg.

Up to now, exhibited books and documents offered visitors only one opened double-page for viewing. With the interactive book the entire exhibit is now accessible. The visitor can now browse, select any pages and enlarge them, all virtually. The interactive book thus offers the possibility to explore valuable books and documents in detail and to provide additional information.

The exhibition “Gerhard Altenbourg. Im Fluss der Zeit. Retrospektive” was opened on 13.12.2003.