Dear Friends of communication in space,
today is the last day on the live stream, but you can still access the Raumwelten Mediathek until 29 November! Among them are various inspiring films, which deal with the staging of buildings and rooms in very different ways. On the weekend you will also have the opportunity to talk to the filmmakers and ask your questions (more information below). Therefore it is still worth buying a ticket now.
Today the last two curated panels “Formats” and “Architecture” with their speakers and Q&As are available in live stream. In addition, the artist Robin Treier, who created the very special stage design of Raumwelten, will speak about the installation “500 unused chairs” (keynote: 9:45 am). Furthermore, the workshops “ABCs of scenography” will continue to take place today, for which you can still register. The curators team with Charlotte Tamschick, Jean-Louis Vidière-Ésèpe, Janina Poesch, Sabine Marinescu and Tobias Wallisser will talk about the conference at 4:15 pm:
You can chat with other participants* via live stream, in the Open Meeting Space (Zoom Room) or every conference evening between 5 and 8 pm in the “3D Multiuser Platform – the digital get-together”.
Prof. Ulrich Wegenast, Artistic Director
Dieter Krauß, Commercial Director
The organizer of Raumwelten is the Film- und Medienfestival gGmbH (FMF), co-organizer is the Stuttgart Region Economic Development GmbH (WRS).
10:30 am: Panel Formate: “Uploading New Formats”
Curators: Janina Poesch & Sabine Marinescu, PLOT, Stuttgart
About radical rethinking in scenography, new formats and first findings, and the central question, what can the different industries learn from each other and how can they find a shared approach?
Johannes Plass (MUTABOR, Hamburg):
The Shut Down of the Experience Industry: Is there a Life after the Death of Live?
Constanze Fischbeck (Hochschule für Gestaltung, Karlsruhe):
Gathering in Public Space
Franziska Ritter (Im/material Theatre Space, Berlin) & Pablo Dornhege (Im/material Theatre Space, Berlin):
Learning from theatre?
Marina Bauernfeind (nextmuseum.io, Düsseldorf/Ulm):
nextmuseum.io – shaping the future museum together
2 pm: Panel Architecture: “Install new Utopia”
Curator: Tobias Wallisser, LAVA (Laboratory for Visionary Architecture), Stuttgart
On the need for utopias in architecture: Several different approaches to the handling of resources and climate change, digitalisation, and social processes.
Gilles Retsin (AUAR – Automated Architecture, London/Great Britain)
Dirk Hebel (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie – KIT, Department Sustainable Construction):
Ren Yee (UNStudio, Amsterdam/Netherlands):
6:30 pm: Ambient Lab – Festival for Music, Space and Video
in free Live-Stream at www.raum-welten.com
The Ambient Lab Festival offers an extraordinary evening combining live sets of electronic music and visual art by creative duo Frischvergiftung. Ambient music not only merges with the surroundings but creates new spaces. Minimalist loops of playful modular sequences, experimental sound collages and nature recordings can be heard.
The Ambient Lab Festival is streamed live from Karlskaserne Art Center Ludwigsburg.
Nadja Weber, Stuttgart
‚Spes’ Odyssey‘ is an experimental Ambient-Drone-Noise-Project. Nadja in working in different genres and contexts.
‚Spes’ Odyssey‘ is an Acoustic Novel and a search for images within sound.
Michael Fiedler, Stuttgart & PPLC, Tübingen:
Michael Fiedler works with sounds and noise captured directly before as well as during the performance.
This material is being modified and recontextualized during the concert. The performance is complemented with visuals by PPLC.
Lakker, Berlin & Dublin:
Dara Smith (Berlin) and Ian McDonnell are the long standing electronic duo Lakker. They paint intricate sonic tapestries ranging from haunting Arctic soundscapes to bass driven warehouse weight. Moreover, they have a distinctive visual style.
Supported by: Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts Baden-Württemberg, pulsmacher Ludwigsburg, Popbüro Region Stuttgart, Frischvergiftung Stuttgart, Irish Embassy Berlin