State Of The Art: Projection Mapping



March 22, 8.00 pm to 10.00 pm
March 23, 2.30 am to 10.00 pm
March 24, 2.30 am to 10.00 pm
March 25, 2.30 am to 5.00 pm

_ Xenorama is an interdisciplinary art collective for audio-visual environments.

“We specialise in immersive experiences, light and sound atmospheres, interactive installations and performances. We combine digital expertise with artistic curiosity in the fields of projection mapping, digital design, experimental animation, real-time programming, generative music, sound design and musical composition. Since our formation in 2014, our projects have won several national and international awards and have been exhibited worldwide. Our Studios are based in Potsdam and Bremen, Germany.”


In the workshop we will approach the topic of Projection Mapping both from a conceptual and a technical perspective. We will learn the basics of the process by creating site-specific projections for the façade of the Welterbehaus in the centre of Wismar. We will use the Open Source multi-purpose toolkit VVVV and any other Software you feel familiar with to produce images or animations.
Ideally you should already have some experience with either Design/Animation/Programming to participate in the workshop. Maximum number of participants is 15.


Windows Laptop (or Mac with Bootcamp etc installed)
3-Button Mouse (using a trackpad in VVVV will soon depress you)
All sorts of smartphones/cameras/sensors/etc. that you think could be useful
If you want you can already download and try to install the vvvv 50beta38.1 Software on your computer
Some thoughts about what cultural heritage means for you


Artists’ Website | Xenorama
Artists’ Website | Lorenz Potthast