35. Charlottenburg Castle
3D Videomapping Show by various artists “Festival of Lights Award”
The Charlottenburg Palace with its baroque facade and two wings provides an impressive backdrop for unique 3D video art at every festival. The large surface area and architectural elements offer artists ample space for beautiful effects and variations of their created artworks.
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The Charlottenburg Castle in 3D and from a 360° perspective: YouTube
3D Videomapping Show “Children’s drawings on the theme of diversity”
This year, we want to include not only our established artists but also very young talents in the diversity of the festival. The youngest artist is only 4 years old and belongs to a group of children who are allowed to showcase their ideas of diversity at Charlottenburg Palace. This has resulted in colorful and imaginative drawings that capture life in all its originality.
Among the young artists this year are patrons of the Björn Schulz Foundation. The children with life-shortening illnesses have created colourful pictures together with educators and caregivers. At Sonnenhof, the Björn Schulz Foundation’s hospice for children and young people, the aim is not to give life more days, but to give the days more life. All aspects of life, all feelings and needs are welcome. It would take all the colours of the rainbow to draw the stories of the affected families , which is why the motto “Colours of Life” could not be more appropriate.
30-minute video performance “KörperBau”
The artist Vanessa Cardui performs on selected evenings.
“KörperBau” is a 30-minute video performance in the Charlottenburg Palace Park. The videos are site-specific and reference the human body and the urban environment, overlaying landscapes and painting over building facades to create a unique visual experience.The videos are site-specific and reference the human body and the urban environment, overlaying landscapes and painting over building facades to create a unique visual experience.
On 14 October from 17:30-18:00h in front of the small Orangery in Charlottenburg Palace Park.
You are welcome to photograph this installation for personal use. However, we would like to inform you that commercial use of photos and videos of the installation without our permission is strictly prohibited. Thank you for your understanding.