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2010-06-28 5 629 Vimeo

This was our first contribution to an interactive project. We provided 3D-Animation Assets of an artificial piece of celluloid that Scholz & Volkmer of Wiesbaden could use to spice up their already spicy web special for kunsthalle schirn. "Zelluloid - Film ohne Kamera" is an exhibition of Kunsthalle Schirn in summer 2010 and translates to "Celluloid - Film without Camera". It shows a special branch of experimental film where the artists work on the material celluloid directly. Client: Schirn Kunsthalle [] Agency: SCHOLZ & VOLKMER [] Production: wecandance GmbH [] Technical Direction: Dennis Weil Animation: Björn Simonsen Compositing: Björn Simonsen