Interactive installation dedicated for the exhibition of the Polish National Museum of Ethnography in the NAMOC Museum in Beijing. Project combines industrial design and video mapping techniques.
Installation contains displayed footage of folkloric polish dancers on an surface built from 500 transparent tapes. It is designed as an entrance to the exhibition. Visitors can pass through the installation to get to the room dedicated to the polish folk costumes.
Project by: Monika Seyfried
ZBIGNIEW PREISNER CONCERT
scenography: Boris Kudlicka
video projections: Mikołaj Molenda
Concept development and execution of Video for „Here and Now 2014” concert. The project consisted of time-lapse footage used later in multi-layered large scale video projections on semi-transparent screen. The main goal was to create a concert with movie elements at the same time. Zbiegniew Preisner concert „2014 – Here and Now” was performed in the 2,000-seater Auditorium Hall at the ICE Kraków Congress Centre, which boasts state-of-the-art sound design and construction, designed by architects Krzysztof Ingarden and Jacek Ewý. The principal message of Preisner’s new work is the place of human beings in history, modern civilisation and their existential transience. Both the music, and the libretto written by Ewa Lipska, refer to Krakow’s past social and cultural atmosphere, evoked in an unconventional and original manner in the presentation and performance of the music.
My role in the project: assisting with production and video projections
video, animation, post-production
Video ad for the Cosmopolitan building in Warsaw. My work on this project consist of four main steps: research, directing the movie, creating a footage and post-production- which contained work on colours and animation.
The exhibition is dedicated to the recovery of Polish independence in the eyes of the world in the form of the originals and copies of digital reports from the European press and the world appearing in November 1918. The exhibition presents some biographical features people like Andrew Bonar Law, Laurence Alma-Tadema, Ignacy Jan Paderewski and relations with the international press describing this unique moment in Polish history in the form of multimedia projection and mapping.
My role in the project: scenography design, video mapping design
The project was developed in cooperation with OKO I UCHO