|PROF:||PROF. TINA HAASE, CHAIR OF VISUAL ARTS, TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITÄT MÜNCHEN|
|TEAM:||VIKTOR SPÄTH CORREA, ULRICH KNEISL, SEBASTIAN SCHAAF, FELIX NOVOA CÓRDOVA & ARMIN ASCHENBRENNER|
The scope of this project was to create an artwork for the exhibition Detached Spaces where all works should be interconnected and to celebrate the return of the Chair for Visual Arts into the Königsaal of the Technische Universität München after it’s renovation.
Conventional architectural models are proxies for places of superhuman size which rely on a leap in scale. This project aims to push this leap to the extreme by inciting a sort of out-of-body-experience linking a model of the exhibition with the room it took place in. With the help of a camera placed inside the model connected to a projector installed in the pedestal which pointed at a window coated in buttermilk, the outside world of the model was projected onto the real world. Were we then inside the model, or was the Königsaal standing on the pedestal?