Portfolio

Documentary & Videoinstallation: “GLORIA”

May 24, 2016
/ / /
Comments Closed

“GLORIA”
Documentary & Videoinstallation, D 2013, HD, 15 & 20 Min.

“GLORIA” – A small portrait of research in the field of climate science. “GLORIA” is the name of an infrared spectrometer which is installed at an aircraft fuselage and determines climate relevant trace-gases in the atmosphere, such as ozone or water vapour, in their distribution and concentration.The film takes the position of the objective observer that records the preparation and implementation of the first scientific flight in August 2012. The extended settings can be read as small visible and audible portraits of the people, the places and the instruments, that means the process of work in the field of climate science. The documentary images follow scientific images, so that the film makes it possible for the viewer to experience the high degree of abstraction of the climate research field.

Director & Sound: HENNING ARNECKE
Cinematography: FELIX MITTELBERGER
Editing & Color Grading: EDUARD STÜRMER
Sound Design & Mixing: FRANK BIERLEIN

Producer: HENNING ARNECKE
Co-Producer: EDUARD STÜRMER
Production Company: DOKU|SKOPÍA, KARLSRUHE UNIVERSITY OF ARTS AND DESIGN (co-production)

SCREENINGS (Selection)
“MASCHINENSEHEN Feldforschung im Raum bildgebender Technologien” at the ZKM – Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, Germany, 2.3.-19.5.2013
“CROSS OVER Fotografie der Wissenschaft und Wissenschaft der Fotografie” in Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland, 7.9.-17.11.2013
“EnergiewendeKunst” at the Silent Green Kulturquartier in Berlin-Wedding, Germany, 08.11-28.11.2014

 

Read More

“GLORIA” Part of the Exhibition “EnergieWendeKunst” in Berlin

May 24, 2016
/ / /
Comments Closed
© EnergieWendeKunst

© EnergieWendeKunst

Seeing.Thinking. Feeling.Talking! To this end, the project “EnergyTransitionArt” wants to make a unique contribution to energy discourse by creating a space and role for art and artists. Art opens up new approaches to familiar topics and inspires.

“Energiewende” or “energy transition” describes Germany´s transition away from unsustainable energy sources to a climate-friendly, nuclear free energy future. It is one of the largest socio-political undertakings in Germany. People and business are affected by both its successes as well as its failures. The energy transition of today, shapes tomorrow.

To realize such a large project successfully, the topic deserves to be widely discussed and reflected upon. While the energy transition enjoys significant support by society, it also has its critics and granted, its own problems. The current discourse is often dominated by technical and economic debates. Our purpose with the project EnergyTransitionArt, is to bring new ideas and voices to the topic in order to contemplate new themes and ideas that will ultimately contribute to the design of the energy transition in the future. We also hope to carve a place and position for art in the energy discourse.

(© Text: energiewendekunst.de)

More about »GLORIA«

Read More

“GLORIA” Part of the Exhibition “CROSSOVER”

May 24, 2016
/ / /
Comments Closed
© Photo: Melanie Matthieu, Poster: Fotomuseum Winterthur

© Photo: Melanie Matthieu, Poster: Fotomuseum Winterthur

Scientific images reveal things usually hidden to the human eye. Does scientific photography just serve as a visual aid to the researcher, or is it possible that it actually plays a much larger role? Since the invention of photography, art and science have embraced the medium and shared a journey of exploration and discovery. The exhibition catalog CrossOver tracks these two intersecting worlds, beginning with the first microscopic images by A.E. Durham and ending with Thomas Ruff s appropriated images of Mars. Presented is a historical and contemporary treasure trove of artists and scientific photographers, including Anna Atkins, Auguste-Adolphe Bertsch, Harold Edgerton, Léon Foucault, Irène Joliot-Curie, Markus Krottendorfer, Albert Londe, Aïm Deu elle Lu ski, Maschinensehen (Henning Arnecke, Lisa Bergmann, Christoph Oeschger, Elke Reinhuber), Melanie Matthieu, Aurélie Pétrel, Rodolphe Archibald Reiss, Hannes Rickli, Thomas Ruff, Adrian Sauer, Laurent Schmid, Sarah Schönfeld and Simon Starling. Essays from Michel Frizot, Christoph Hoffmann and Kelley Wilder.

(© Text: Michel Frizot, Christoph Hoffmann, Kelley Wilder)

More about »GLORIA«

Read More
  • Clients | Friends | Collaborations
  • Jülich Research Centre
  • Fraunhofer Center for international Management and Knowledge Economy IMW
  • .
  • Dokumentationszentrum Oberer Kuhberg Ulm, e.V. KZ-Gedenkstätte
  • Alternative models and robust decision-making for future forest management
  • .
  • Stiftung Erinnerung Ulm
  • .
  • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Copyright © 2020 doku|skopía. Designed by Klasik Themes.
Henning Arnecke & Eduard Stürmer doku|skopía GbR, Weißestraße 42, D-04299 Leipzig