• Presentation 'Venomenon' at ISEA Vancouver, August 18, 2015
• Presentation at Renewable Futures, Riga, October 8-10, 2015
• Presentation at Culture and Computing, Kyoto, 17-19.10.2015
Presentation »Face Value II« at V&A and EVA Digital Futures, London, July 2015
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Famous surrealist Hans Richter knew about the ‘Dreams That Money Can Buy’ (1947), yet most of the time, they are not for sale but priceless. Still, money can buy many things and some of those are beyond the realms of reality. Concurrently, banknotes are nothing more than colourful inks and holofoils on paper or plastic but have the implicit power attributed to them by mighty institutions and individuals. So the bond between money and dreams is fragile but prevalent since both depend on the powers of imagination.
The “Face Value” series are photographic enlargements of eyes from ‘heroes’ on banknotes from various countries. The text and figures you find with an augmented reality app are quotes from specialists on finance and graphs of different situations.
(Above: Ioannis Kapodistrias on 500 Greek Drachma).
Upcoming art installation: VENOMENON
Elke Reinhuber proudly presents her new immersive video installation VENOMENON: A reflection on tough decisions under the pressure of life-changing events.
A reflection on tough decisions under the pressure of life-changing events.
Trapped in the endless labyrinth of life, the protagonists are torn between uneasy choices, but have to opt for their way out. Indulge yourself in a fateful love triangle, filmed in stereoscopic 3D with an Augmented Reality layer!
Produced entirely in Singapore, the project invites to explore impressive architecture in three-dimensional sculpturality, the piece encompasses two opposing screens, offering the audience a chance to immerse in a cocoon of vistas, elucidating the indecisiveness where to look.
Video Projection for Ballet Orpheus (Mythos)
Badisches Staatstheater, Karlsruhe
Premiere: March 22 until July 20, 2014,
Choreography: Tim Plegge
Thermography: Max Winkelmann, IOSB Fraunhofer Institute
CROSS OVER – Photography of Science + Science of Photography
September 7 - November 17, 2013
Entscheiden mit 3 Tesla
Decidophobia at the 360° conference Time Around Space in Plymouth, UK
Presentation and lecture: Counterfactualism and Immersion, June 21. 2013
PanoramaLab ZKM Karlsruhe, July 2012; iCinema Sydney, May 2013
An Experiment with Time (Homage to JLB)
iCinema Sydney, May 2013, PanoramaLab ZKM Karlsruhe, July 2013
Everything could be so much better!
PanoramaLab ZKM Karlsruhe, July 2013
GRID 2015, International Photo Festival, Cape-Town
presents a new work with Augmented Reality: Face Value
'Decision Values' and 'Face Value' are currently on display
at 5&33 Gallery, Martelaarsgracht 5 (opposite Centraal), Amsterdam
Eternal Return N°1
Decidophobia: HfG Karlsruhe
BAUGB §126 ABS. 3, staircase HfG Karlsruhe
A Standard Video
The contribution to www.modesofexistence.org, initiated by Bruno Latour, is online!
Please visit the the AIME project (an inquiry into modes of existence)
Printing / Artist-Book
Is it in my hands?
Recent publications and presentations
• Professional Meeting, Panel at LOOP Video Art fair and festival, Barcelona, Spain, June 4th 2015
• Presentation: »Photography and Beyond«, 21st century Photography conference,
Central St. Martin, London, June 5th 2015
• Presentation at Contempart, Istanbul, June 8th 2015
• Presentation at Contemphoto, Istanbul, June 9th 2015
• Presentation at ICAI, Science Centre Tokyo, June 17th 2015
Entscheiden mit 3 Tesla in Maschinensehen
p. 78-92, Spector Books, Leipzig
Entscheiden mit 3 Tesla in Maschinensehen
Abitare Art Folder ISSUE: 532, p. 116-120
RCS MediaGroup, Milano, 2013
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CROSS OVER – Fotografie der Wissenschaft & Wissenschaft der Fotografie
Ausstellungskatalog Fotomuseum Winterthur
Spector Books, Leipzig
Artist Talk: Exploring Our Destiny as an Artistic Challenge
Her Image - Symposium: The Private Museum and ADM/NTU, Singapore
March 27-29, 2014
Counterfactualism and Immersion
Counterfactualism – An approach to visualise the retrospective analysis of turning points in life
July 8, 2014