Posts Tagged ‘Projektionstechnik’

Cao Fei / Doug Rosman, Brühl

Posted by Lina Heuschen

Client: Max Ernst Museum
27 AUGUST 2023

The exhibition “Surreal Futures” can be visited at the Max Ernst Museum in Brühl until January 28, 2024. Artists from a total of 19 countries will be showing their hybrid works of digital and media art in the form of performance art, installations and collages. All works are united under the overarching theme of surrealism, reflecting our world and spectacular future scenarios.
In addition to these many different works, visitors will also find testimonies of Max Ernst, which enter into an exciting dialog with the contemporary works.

235 Media supports the two artists Cao Fei and Doug Rosman in the realization of their art. In addition, the media technology in other exciting installations will be realized by 235 Media.

In her installation, Cao Fei creates a hybrid of human, octopus and machine, which floats above two portrait-format monitors.
Doug Rosman’s video work depicts a fluid body that deforms in a seemingly endless movement and writhes around in a dance. With the help of artificial intelligence, this self-portrait of the artist duplicates and dissolves again and again.

Arche Nebra, Nebra

Posted by Lina Heuschen

Client: Kulturbetriebe Burglandkreis
21 JUNE 2023

The visitor center “Arche Nebra” was reopened with new highlights and barrier-free access. It is located near the site where the Nebra Sky Disk was found, a 3600-year-old bronze disk that is considered the oldest known concrete representation of the sky. New attractions include a high-definition planetarium show designed and implemented in a fulldome theater by 235 Media.

The planetarium show offers visitors a fascinating experience by taking them on an immersive journey through the cosmos. Using state-of-the-art technology, the stars, planets and galaxies are displayed in breathtaking clarity and detail. Visitors have the opportunity to explore the fascinating secrets of the universe and learn more about the Nebra Sky Disk and its significance to the history of astronomy.

The scope of services included execution planning, preparation and support of the tendering process and construction supervision until final approval.

Museum am Schölerberg, Osnabrück

Posted by Lina Heuschen

Client: Museum am Schölerberg
21 JUNE 2023

The Museum am Schölerberg in Osnabrück opens a new permanent exhibition on 1,800 square meters and takes visitors on a unique journey through time. The main theme is the development of life, ranging from the birth of our planet to the present and futuristic city models. Particular emphasis is placed on the region and its history.

The exhibition is divided into five areas, which highlight the topics of evolution, biodiversity and climate change from different perspectives in numerous interactive stations: Astronomy, Water, Forest, Open Land and Urban Life.

235 Media was responsible for the technical realization as well as special constructions within the exhibition. Especially the interactive stations like the whispering floor or the mushroom telephone, with which the visitors* perceive the exhibition as an exploration tour through time, are highlights of the exhibition.

NRW-Kubus in Japan

Posted by Lina Heuschen


On behalf of the State Chancellery of North Rhine-Westphalia and in cooperation with the agency “Die PR Berater”, 235 MEDIA developed and produced the “NRW-Cube”. As a part of the presentation “Germany in Japan 05/06” in Tokyo, visitors can, from all four sides and at the same time, take an interactive journey through North Rhine-Westphalia.

The cube consists of a steel structure into which the four projection panels (Format 4:3) are incorporated. The projection technology, remote replay machine and ventilation equipment are accommodated, invisible from the outside, in the lower screened part of the cube. For navigation, steles equipped with an integrated trackball and lateral speakers are located about 3 meters away from the projections.

The cube can be completely assembled or dismantled by three people in about three hours.


In cooperation with Die PR-Berater