Sea Changes / Sreening Northern Lights

Client
German Maritime Museum
Leibniz Institute for Maritime History

Direction / Management board
Prof. Dr. Sunhild Kleingärtner
Prof. Dr. Ruth Schilling

Project management
Christoph Geiger
Niels Hollmeier

Editorial & Content
Helmut M. Bien, Westermann Kulturprojekte

Research
Angelika Kroll-Marth, Westermann Kulturprojekte
PD Dr. Gisela Parak
Dr. Sven Bergman

Media art & Film collage
Kurt Laurenz Theinert

Music production
Timber Hanfreich

Media engineering
Sascha Gierend, Lang Medientechnik
Michael Lang, Medientechnik
Stephan Lang, Lang Medientechnik
Keno Mustroph, Lang Medientechnik
Markus Puhlmann, Lang Medientechnik

With special thanks for the initial project idea to
Prof. Roland Lambrette, HFK Bremen

Year
2019 / 2020

Venue / Location
Bremerhaven, German Maritime Museum

Scope of Services
+ project management
+ technical consulting

Client
German Maritime Museum
Leibniz Institute for Maritime History

Direction / Management board
Prof. Dr. Sunhild Kleingärtner
Prof. Dr. Ruth Schilling

Project management
Christoph Geiger
Niels Hollmeier

Editorial & Content
Helmut M. Bien, Westermann Kulturprojekte

Research
Angelika Kroll-Marth, Westermann Kulturprojekte
PD Dr. Gisela Parak
Dr. Sven Bergman

Media art & Film collage
Kurt Laurenz Theinert

Music production
Timber Hanfreich

Media engineering
Sascha Gierend, Lang Medientechnik
Michael Lang, Medientechnik
Stephan Lang, Lang Medientechnik
Keno Mustroph, Lang Medientechnik
Markus Puhlmann, Lang Medientechnik

With special thanks for the initial project idea to
Prof. Roland Lambrette, HFK Bremen

Year
2019 / 2020

Venue / Location
Bremerhaven, German Maritime Museum

Scope of Services
+ project management
+ technical consulting

Climate change is currently one of the most important and most discussed problems facing mankind. Whether coal phase-out or Fridays for Future movement: The topic is present in the media and in research like never before.

Parallel to the MOSAiC expedition of the research vessel POLARSTERN, the largest expedition to date to explore the northern polar region, the German Maritime Museum presents the special exhibition SEA CHANGES as well as the corresponding multimedia screening NORTHERN LIGHTS.

The exhibition is based on an idea by Helmut M. Bien (Westermann Kulturprojekte) who guided the project in matters of concept and design and worked in close cooperation with the team of the Museum.

The multimedia installation augmenting the exhibition building was developed by Westermann Kulturprojekte in cooperation with the media artist Kurt Laurenz Theinert.

Photos:
DSM / Hauke Dressler

Video:
DSM / Malte Joost

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