Behind the Screen

This is a kinetic sculpture and advanced VJing machine. It produces images and reveals the production at the same time. It is a media facade installation and a comment on Villém Flussers techno-images. It is inspired by the Light-Space-Modulator by László Moholy-Nagy and can be called a Fluxkompensator as well.

We are playing with ferromagnetic fluid, using magnets and a self designed and produced acrylic gear. The fluid patterns can be used for further projection and interpretation.

It was created in 2009 in the classes “Narrative Architecture” in Potsdam University of Applied Sciences / Germany.

Shot on Canon XLH1 with 35MM Adapter.

Fabian Brunsing
Cedric Kiefer
Christopher Warnow

DOP/Dir. Daniel Franke

Music by Julian Laping


unnamed Trailer for IMPULSTANZ — 2012
Hugo Boss Flagshipstore — 2012
“unnamed soundsculpture” — 2012
Faux Images – Trailer — 2012
We are the World – Not in Death — 2010
One Minute Sound Sculpture — 2009

Music Video

Thomas Azier – Angelene — 2013
Asaf Avidan – One Day (Wankelmut Remix) — 2012
Thomas Azier – Red Eyes — 2012
Egyptrixx – Old Black — 2012
Jason Forrest – Raunchy — 2011
Start from the Beginning — 2010