An interactive animation and installation project on the subject of flattened identities and environmentsSome people (still) believe the world is flat. These days it seems like this might be true – ubiquitous digital screen-based media and seemingly endless online connectivity is flattenening both our world and the people in it. Taking the satirical novel ‚Flatland’ (Edwin A. Abbott, 1848) as a starting point we asked participants „what are the positive and negative aspects of being ‚flat’“? Is a ‚Flatland’ more democratic than a ‚Fatland’? Are we all equal in Flatland? How can we access a flattened world and what might be the rules of movement and activity in Flatland?
Berlin, JKS Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, October 2014
Louis Böde, Floyd Dihm, Amelie Duße, Merle Grobecker, Emili Kazakova, Leyla- Meryem Parmakli, Milena Soquat, Nils Stephan, Noah Sürth, Hannah Sürth, Lara Tovar, Georg
Konzept, Idee und Workshopleitung: gooeyTEAM
Experte für Animationen: Andreas Dihm
Sounddesign: Fred Bigot
Fotos: gooeyTEAM, Can Sungu
Funded by Berliner Projektfonds Kulturelle Bildung in cooperation with JKS Charlottenburg