Hermann Nitsch überrascht in der Ausstellung von 2020, die wir dokumentieren durften, mit einer üppigen Farbpalette aus leuchtenden Tönen, bei der intensive Farbcluster mit reliefartiger Haptik auf eine transzendente Leichtigkeit treffen. Es entstand ein unverwechselbarer Auferstehungszyklus im Werk von Hermann Nitsch. Gemeinsam mit Werken aus anderen Disziplinen und den Malzyklen zeigt das nitsch museum eine Gesamtinstallation neuer Arbeiten des Universalkünstlers.
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After our sucessfull collaboration with the MAMUZ museum association on their exhibition “Reiterbögen: Archäologie. Rekonstruktion. Experiment” about the Magyar Horse Archer Bow, the associated gear such as quiver and arrows and it’s historically authentic reconstruction, alongsinde the experimental use by hungarian reenactors and archery experts we decided to repurpose the visually appealing footage for a 45 Minute TV Dokumentation on the same subject.
All featured information is provided by archeologists and historians who guarantee the documentary to be up to date with the current scientific consensus.
Below you can get a glimpse into the aforementioned exhibition, a trailer for the documentary itself will follow shortly…
SCHNEECONCORDE Tunnel Cleaning in Linz/Upper Austria and throughout Austria raises traffic safety and thereby contributes to the functionality of this essential facility: Fast – clean – and cost saving.
Since 2020 they are using an innovative, self developed tunnel cleansing truck.
There is also a german version available:
“FLAME OF PEACE is a non-profit and non-partisan and religion independent association for the purpose of promoting and rewarding peace. It’s used to expand an information network and for exchanging conflict management and peace-creating ideas. ”
– Archduchess Herta Margarete Habsburg-Lothringen and Archduke Sandor Habsburg-Lothringen
Francois Villon’s „summer ballad of poor Louise” is a late-medieval poem, translated into German by the expressionistic poet Paul Zech, reflecting the multidimensional thinking of medieval artists and writers. The overemphasis of emotion and pathos in a story about poverty and war, was most interesting for the band to adapt it in form of a song and of course for us as a music video. Many well-known participants from the Austrian reenactment community came together to make this narrative music video possible, shot in various history-charged locations like medieval outdoor museums and restored castles as well as ruins. The video shows the fate of a woman, living in solitude, seemingly without possibilities for social advancement. She keeps imagining, being a tree in the wind, symbolizing her state of mind, going through better times, becoming a damsel and deciding to end her life as it becomes a frozen nightmare of loneliness again. The video is a reflection about the momentum, minor lucky events can gain in a life of abstemiousness, about the small timeframe that can open up to enjoy life, and the fatal fall after this small glimpse of happiness has been taken away. A lifetime spent in hopelessness, transforming into a state of wary contentment, shattering in the confrontation with the contingent events of medieval every day life.
Behind the scenes what’s noteworthy is probably further our first use of smoke bombs otherwise in use at football matches, protests and interestingly chimney sweepers for testing smoke venting, which was also from whom we obtained them, and the result was oddly enough very fittingly mysterious, foggy and atmospheric. Also there was a pair of young girls constantly running up and down between the celtic extras (actors) ensuring they were provided with ample wine and cervesia, which combined with our constant harassment to get up and dance in the circle aided to the overall frolic and energic mosh pit of ancient audience members. Truly a night to remember.
We can already look back on a multitude of diverse projects and videos created for the MAMUZ museums’ collective and so we are further looking forward to a successfull and visually appealing partnership in the future.
How they describe themselves: “40,000 years of human development are now being presented in a more comprehensive and more modern way by merging two top-class museums into a joint museum centre called “MAMUZ”. MAMUZ is the new name which combines the Lower Austrian museum of prehistory Urgeschichtemuseum Niederösterreich Asparn/Zaya and the museum centre MZM Museumszentrum Mistelbach. The locations themselves are therefore also being given a new name. MAMUZ SCHLOSS ASPARN/ZAYA MAMUZ MUSEUM MISTELBACH”
Some more samples:
Climate change is certailny a topic that continuously gains significance over the last years.
Especially teenagers and the young generation feel strongly responsible for making a change and so the band Redkin partially featuring teachers decided to involve a chorus of engaged students in their single release of “Earth Is Bleeding”.
Filming in abandoned townships reclaimed by untamed nature gave the metaphorically charged animal costumes the fitting stage.
Part Two of our longtime passion trilogy project Noricum II is the two and a half hour epic feature film set in our historically based vision of the Roman province of Noricum durring the time of the Marcomannic Wars
More information will follow soon along with the Trailer…
The “Weinviertlier Museumsdorf Niedersulz” situated in eastern Lower Austria, is an Open Air Museum, both sprawling with domesticated farm animals, picturesque flower gardens and wide eyed visitors playing the role of time travellers who get a chance to observe the everyday idyll of their rural ancestors a hundred years past.
As they describe themselves:”The authentic historical architecture, the authentic and colorful variety of plants as well as the animals on the farm convey everyday life in a typical Weinviertel village around 1900 on an area of 22 hectares. VILLAGE ARCHITECTURE The Museumsdorf Niedersulz lets the visitors dive into a typical Weinviertel village along a stream. The center is the village square with residential and farm buildings, workshops of craftsmen and the village square with the stately hunter’s house (in operation as a museum inn), the Poysdorf inn with grocery from Jedenspeigen, a vicarage, farm buildings and also a chapel of the Virgin Mary.”
As part of their modern social media and homepage presence update the museum tasked us with capturing representative impressions of both the village’s interior and floral abundance as well as a bird’s view perspective of the fully reconstructed and rebuilt buildings.
Let us introduce you Biotech3D – an innovative high-tech disinfection device, presented in it’s functionality in our video.
Their 3D-method is based on bringing out tiny disinfection-polymers using the ultrasonic-membrane technology to eliminate a wide spectrum of (resistant) bacteria, viruses, fungi and organic odors of all kinds. Indoor air and surfaces are quickly desinfected of harmful germs across the board using cold nebulization, which makes the indoor-air more healthy immediately.