Numerous filmmakers and artists use this new medium. Their work is shown at international film festivals, museums and art exhibitions. Virtual worlds are magical. The users become part of the magical virtual world and its story. You must experience VR; it cannot be described.
Everyone was invited to experience these new worlds and was given the opportunity to get immersed in them. The i4c presented a carefully curated exhibition of current artistic experiences and accompanying lectures. We stepped into an enchanted world that appeals to all senses and have experienced the beginnings of a new medium. We discovered and discussed virtual worlds, 360° films and the magic of immersive perception.
The program was developed by Astrid Kahmke in collaboration with art historian Tina Sauerländer.
|11.00 am – 6.00 pm||Virtual Reality Experiences and Installations “VR Cinema” for 360° Films; Augmented Paintings by Banz & Bowinkel, Augmented Reality Installation on Max-Joseph-Platz “Wild Gardens” by Tamiko Thiel|
|11.00 am|| Welcome |
Dr. Carolin Kerschbaumer, Bavarian State Chancellery
Bernhard Sinkel, Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts
Ingeborg Degener, Creative Europe Desk Munich
Astrid Kahmke, Bavarian Film Center
|2.00 pm|| Bernhard Sinkel in discussion with |
Edgard Reitz, Tina Sauerländer, Astrid Kahmke (in German)
|11.00 am – 6.00 pm||Virtual Reality Experiences and Installations “VR Cinema” for 360° Films; Augmented Reality Paintings by Banz & Bowinkel; Augmented Reality Installation (Max-Joseph-Platz): “Wild Gardens” by Tamiko Thiel|
|3.00 pm|| Tamiko Thiel |
Artworks 1994–2018: VR from Spielberg to Google Tilt Brush, AR from guerilla interventions to museum commissions.