cornea ti //

Morphing Light into Space

The theme of the CORNEA TI installation is the transformation of light, form, and sound in space. To achieve this, three containers on a container boat create a stage space. Visitors can enter the space and enliven it through interaction to create a strong atmospheric experience. Letter forms morph into one another, form an anagram, and become perceptible through digital LED light. However, it is only from the perspective of the audience that the visitor experiences the installation in its entirety: the transformation of light and form through music - Visual Music.

The installation CORNEA TI is a project of the B.A. degree program in interior design at HS Mainz Design in 2014, supervised by Prof. Klaus Teltenkötter. The project was created in cooperation with the University of Music and Performing Arts Frankfurt and the Ensemble Modern as well as the International Ensemble Modern Academy Frankfurt.

cornea ti //

Morphing Light into Space

The theme of the CORNEA TI installation is the transformation of light, form, and sound in space. To achieve this, three containers on a container boat create a stage space. Visitors can enter the space and enliven it through interaction to create a strong atmospheric experience. Letter forms morph into one another, form an anagram, and become perceptible through digital LED light. However, it is only from the perspective of the audience that the visitor experiences the installation in its entirety: the transformation of light and form through music - Visual Music.

The installation CORNEA TI is a project of the B.A. degree program in interior design at HS Mainz Design in 2014, supervised by Prof. Klaus Teltenkötter. The project was created in cooperation with the University of Music and Performing Arts Frankfurt and the Ensemble Modern as well as the International Ensemble Modern Academy Frankfurt.

Tunnelflieger //

Young Patient Companion

Safe, comfortable, and calming - these are the feelings that should be present before an operation. A crucial element in achieving this is a strong room atmosphere that can convey these emotions to the patient. Our goal, as Master's students and professors, alongside the University Medical Center Mainz and the non-profit organization Sterntaler e.V., is to create the appropriate environment for this. Our foundation for achieving this is the raw, underground connecting passage on the grounds of the University Medical Center Mainz.

Together, we will develop a design that meets the needs of children and teenagers as well as the staff, evolving from a purely functional building into a space for community. TUNNELFLIEGER! The name for our project is found. Accompanied by an airline and the outline of a paperplane, it shapes the visual identity of the project. As we progress in developing the design, we have created a color palette composed of soft shades of yellow and blue that will serve the spatial and visual design of the project.

Tunnelflieger //

Young Patient Companion

Safe, comfortable, and calming - these are the feelings that should be present before an operation. A crucial element in achieving this is a strong room atmosphere that can convey these emotions to the patient. Our goal, as Master's students and professors, alongside the University Medical Center Mainz and the non-profit organization Sterntaler e.V., is to create the appropriate environment for this. Our foundation for achieving this is the raw, underground connecting passage on the grounds of the University Medical Center Mainz.

Together, we will develop a design that meets the needs of children and teenagers as well as the staff, evolving from a purely functional building into a space for community. TUNNELFLIEGER! The name for our project is found. Accompanied by an airline and the outline of a paperplane, it shapes the visual identity of the project. As we progress in developing the design, we have created a color palette composed of soft shades of yellow and blue that will serve the spatial and visual design of the project.

rprojector MiniMe

My personal focus was the development of the mobile projection unit, which is located at the bedside and is supposed to project the paperplane onto the ceiling as a companion and friend. To create the feeling of the paperplane becoming a "living" companion for the patient, we chose a moving head projector. The challenge was to make the projection unit portable and easy to handle. For the exhibition, we developed a functional prototype, which will now be built out of metal in the next phase.

rprojector MiniMe

My personal focus was the development of the mobile projection unit, which is located at the bedside and is supposed to project the paperplane onto the ceiling as a companion and friend. To create the feeling of the paperplane becoming a "living" companion for the patient, we chose a moving head projector. The challenge was to make the projection unit portable and easy to handle. For the exhibition, we developed a functional prototype, which will now be built out of metal in the next phase.

In Zukunft:Mainz //

Der performative Kongress

Welcome to the Institute of Applied DeGenderization. About a century ago, in 2016, humanity made an incredible progress. It became possible to shed gender, gender roles, and stereotypes and move freely from them. Humanity started towards a better and easier future. This progress was lost in the INCIDENT. We, our SYSTEM, have long worked to regain this knowledge and are proud to say that we have finally succeeded. Now you will be among the first people in 2116 to enter our GENDERCHIVE and deposit and archive your gender.

The futurist congress was the summertime highlight and culmination of In Zukunft:Mainz. In collaboration with students of theater studies and the State Theatre Mainz, the campus was transformed into a playground of future visions. Rooms of thought and knowledge, laboratories, greenhouses, and lecture halls became utopian research stations. On a performative audio walk, visitors explored the campus and possible future worlds. The closing congress was intended as a starting point for future collaborations and initiatives in Mainz.

In Zukunft:Mainz //

Der performative Kongress

Welcome to the Institute of Applied DeGenderization. About a century ago, in 2016, humanity made an incredible progress. It became possible to shed gender, gender roles, and stereotypes and move freely from them. Humanity started towards a better and easier future. This progress was lost in the INCIDENT. We, our SYSTEM, have long worked to regain this knowledge and are proud to say that we have finally succeeded. Now you will be among the first people in 2116 to enter our GENDERCHIVE and deposit and archive your gender.

The futurist congress was the summertime highlight and culmination of In Zukunft:Mainz. In collaboration with students of theater studies and the State Theatre Mainz, the campus was transformed into a playground of future visions. Rooms of thought and knowledge, laboratories, greenhouses, and lecture halls became utopian research stations. On a performative audio walk, visitors explored the campus and possible future worlds. The closing congress was intended as a starting point for future collaborations and initiatives in Mainz.

Armide (1777) //

Drame héroique in 5 Acts

"Armide" is an opera in five acts by Christoph Willibald Gluck, based on the libretto of the same name by Philippe Quinault. The plot revolves around the fascinating Armide, a powerful sorceress and warrior who falls in love with the brave knight Renaud. However, their love is threatened by political intrigues and magical forces. The production at the Staatstheater Mainz skillfully captures the drama and emotions of this story, with an impressive musical performance and stunning stage design that transports the audience into the world of knights and magic.

During my internship at the Staatstheater Mainz in the years 2016/17, I was actively involved in the production of the stage set. I worked mainly in the plastic workshop, where the elaborate appearance of the wardrobes that served as the stage was created. I also contributed to the realization of the stage set in the painting studio and with decoration. From the first rehearsal to the premiere, I had the privilege of closely experiencing and contributing to the realization of the opera.

Armide (1777) //

Drame héroique in 5 Acts

"Armide" is an opera in five acts by Christoph Willibald Gluck, based on the libretto of the same name by Philippe Quinault. The plot revolves around the fascinating Armide, a powerful sorceress and warrior who falls in love with the brave knight Renaud. However, their love is threatened by political intrigues and magical forces. The production at the Staatstheater Mainz skillfully captures the drama and emotions of this story, with an impressive musical performance and stunning stage design that transports the audience into the world of knights and magic.

During my internship at the Staatstheater Mainz in the years 2016/17, I was actively involved in the production of the stage set. I worked mainly in the plastic workshop, where the elaborate appearance of the wardrobes that served as the stage was created. I also contributed to the realization of the stage set in the painting studio and with decoration. From the first rehearsal to the premiere, I had the privilege of closely experiencing and contributing to the realization of the opera.

Crème //

Crème goes Gold!

The free Werkschau Crème was launched in 2009/10 by the student council of the design department. In April 2014, it celebrated its 5th anniversary, and now it's time for a golden jubilee. In a glamorous setting, the exhibition showcased the works of the students of the design department of the FH Mainz - both semester projects and independent projects. The 5th issue of the Crème magazine was also released.

My tasks included developing the exhibition concept, working on the design, as well as setting up and dismantling the cream.

Concept: At the beginning of the organizational phase each year, a material is chosen that will be leading in terms of design and content.

Crème //

Crème goes Gold!

The free Werkschau Crème was launched in 2009/10 by the student council of the design department. In April 2014, it celebrated its 5th anniversary, and now it's time for a golden jubilee. In a glamorous setting, the exhibition showcased the works of the students of the design department of the FH Mainz - both semester projects and independent projects. The 5th issue of the Crème magazine was also released.

My tasks included developing the exhibition concept, working on the design, as well as setting up and dismantling the cream.

Concept:

At the beginning of the organizational phase each year, a material is chosen that will be leading in terms of design and content.

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