IMAGO FLORIS is a collaboration project between URBANSCREEN, Stelzen-Art, Oakleaf and Raummaschine. Four creative collectives from Bremen teamed up to create a realtime kinetic mapping performance for the Fleurop-Interflora World Cup 2015. In this site-specific performance, three stilt walkers in floral-inspired, partly self-illuminating inflatable costumes become moving projection surfaces. With a little help of Kinect-based motion tracking, vivid graphic animations are mapped onto the performers while they move about the monumental hall freely.
Art director: Julian Hölscher (julianhoelscher.de)
Dramatic adviser: Till Botterweck
Project Manager: Janna Schmidt
Art directors: Janine Jaeggi, Martin Sasse
Stilt- Performer: Janine Jaeggi
Technical manager: Martin Sasse
Costume: Light- Flower
Art director: Bettina Eichblatt
Stilt-performers: Bettina Eichblatt, Sabine Bechle
Technical manager: Piet Koenekoop
Costumes: Moon & Universe
Technical directors: Moritz Richartz, Simon Ulbricht, Hendrik Lüdders
Sound Composition: Beckmann (cinesong.de)
Documentation Director: Moritz Richartz
LZRK // Raummaschine
IMAGO FLORIS is based on a performance concept by Raummaschine, Stelzen-Art and Oakleaf.
Corporate design and brand development – logo, styleguide and business papers.
Commissioned by the Elbphilharmonie, the video is accurately composed for the LED-wall at the ground floor entrance.
A stage design solution in the look of a spaceship, including a large mapping surface to project on.