Einstein Rosen Brücke

Einstein Rosen Brücke

Installation with Michael Schmitt, at Kunstraum Anakoluth, Köln, Hermeskeiler Platz A model train makes an (nearly) impossible jump through space and time. Listen to the explanations...
Installation with Michael Schmitt, at Kunstraum Anakoluth, Köln, Hermeskeiler Platz A model train makes an (nearly) impossible jump through space and time. Listen to the explanations in the following, unedited video: Video also available in german, featuring the audio guide from the exhibiton, which then was provided by a phone number.  
Einstein Rosen Brücke

Einstein Rosen Brücke

Einstein Rosen Brücke, with M. Schmittshown at kitev, Oberhausen Based on found footage video from a outdoor model train track in Arizona, a connection between...
Einstein Rosen Brücke, with M. Schmittshown at kitev, Oberhausen Based on found footage video from a outdoor model train track in Arizona, a connection between the location and time of the recording, and the exhibiton space, is created. When the train inside the video goes into a tunnel, the screen goes black, and a train suddenly appears in the exhibition space.
Einstein-Rosen-Brücke

Einstein-Rosen-Brücke

Einstein-Rosen-Bridge at "Brink Ereignis - Zwischen Wissenschaft und Kunst" (Brink Magazine Event - Between Science and Art), Wuppertal 22nd of June 2012. With Michael Schmitt
Einstein-Rosen-Bridge at "Brink Ereignis - Zwischen Wissenschaft und Kunst" (Brink Magazine Event - Between Science and Art), Wuppertal 22nd of June 2012. With Michael Schmitt
Einstein Rosen Brücke

Einstein Rosen Brücke

In an empty shop window, two different realities are combined: One taking place in the TV, showing a youtube-clip of the longest outdoor model train...
In an empty shop window, two different realities are combined: One taking place in the TV, showing a youtube-clip of the longest outdoor model train ride. The other is seen in the back of the shop, real model train tracks. When the train in the TV dissapears in a tunnel, the screen goes blank and a train is taking one round in the shop, with the video continuing after the real train is gone again. A collaboration with Michael Schmitt. And here is some video documentation: