Category Archives: Stereoscopy

AESTHETICS OF THE THIRD DIMENSION, 2nd

Finally, the long awaited book “Mediale Räume” (i. e. “Media Spaces”) got published by Kadmos, edited by Stephan Günzel, which contains the audio transcription of my lecture on the Aesthetics of the Third Dimension, originally held on October 24th, 2012 in Berlin. You will find an abstract of the recently updated lecture one page backwards.  The… Read More »

AESTHETICS OF THE THIRD DIMENSION

In view of the special qualities and their artistic potential, the long-neglected reception of stereoscopy in an art-scientific context – between and beyond painting and sculpture – is indeed an astonishing desideratum. The brief reconstruction of the history of spatial image representation from its beginnings in cave painting to the analog and digital stereoscopy of… Read More »

EXHIBITION IN BAYREUTH

On the occasion of Wieland Wagner’s 100th birthday, our present exhibition in Bayreuth during the festival deals with Wieland Wagner’s reception of his father’s operas, Siegfried Wagner. Siegfried Wagner, who according to a saying by Martha Mödl, had the misfortune of being the son of Richard and father of Wieland Wagner, was the very first… Read More »

NEW PUBLICATION ON SIEGFRIED WAGNER

Accompanying our exhibition in the Berlin Gay Museum, Siegfried Wagner. Bayreuths Erbe aus andersfarbiger Kiste (which means something like: Siegfried Wagner: Bayreuth’s ‘Fairy’ Crown Prince), a new publication of the same title, edited by Peter P. Pachl and me, was published: Siegfried Wagner: Bayreuths Erbe aus andersfarbiger Kiste. The book comes with 100 pictures and… Read More »

EXHIBITION IN BERLIN GAY MUSEUM

At the exhibition concerning Siegfried Wagner in the unique Berlin Gay Museum, some autostereoscopic pictures of historical stage models by Siegfried Wagner will get shown which I recently took in Bayreuth. Also shown is a lenticular print of the morphing between Richard Wagner and his son, Siegfried, called »Siegfried? Richard? Helferich?«, which I created in… Read More »