Fenster nach Hohenlockstedt (Window to Hohenlockstedt) - Installation
'Fenster nach Hohenlockstedt' was an interactive installation. It was part of a threefold project besides consisting of the film screening program 'Filmclub M.1 Extra' and 'Weltraum', a tent, in which long documentary feature films were screened in a loop. The project was curated by Michael Bonk and presented in the M.1 Kunst- und Kulturhaus of Arthur Boskamp-Stiftung in 2012. Its purpose was to raise consciousness for the authorship and intentions of today's media and image production. For that matter the 'Fenster nach Hohenlockstedt' offered the chance to produce images by oneself. Under condition of accepting certain rules such as shooting silent, in black and white and only using incamera editing, it provided a digital video camera to anyone who wanted to film events happening in public space of the local area. The shot material was then fed into a snowballing loop which was permanently screened after sunset on the wall opposite to the main hall's windows of the M.1. Thus anyone passing by could see it.