Winners in the “VisuaLiszt” category:
1. “Liszt from Space” by Stefan Berke and Jan Zehn, Ten Art Communications, Jena. (independent media artists), endowed with 3,000 Euro (approx. $4,300),
2. “How to disappear” by Merlin Fluegel, Offenbach Academy of Art and Design (students’ work), endowed with 2,000 Euro (approx. $2,900),
3. “The Metalliszt – Road to Victory”, by Robert Sawallisch, Samuel Klemke and Hannes Wagner, Weimar Bauhaus University (students’ work), endowed with 1,000 Euro (approx. $1,400),
Special jury price: “Nanocam. A trip into biodiversity” by Roberto Girón, Producciones El Exilio S.L., Madrid, Spain (professional media production), special prize of the jury, endowed with 500 Euro (approx. $700), “Hysteria” by Pedro Zaz and United VJs, Sao Paulo, Brazil (independent artists), special prize of the jury, endowed with 500 Euro, “Lisztrausch” (Liszt Rapture) by Adrian Woldt, Weimar Bauhaus University (students’ work), endowed with 500 Euro.
Winners of the FullDome Awards:
“The Royal Pea” by Helena Doyle and Rob Bidder, University of Westminster, London (students’ work), Creative Fulldome Award, endowed with 500 Euro,
“No 217″ by Julia Wiesner, Lea Weber-Schaefer, Phil Schoell, Potsdam University of Applied Sciences (students’ work), Performance FullDome Award, endowed with 500 Euro,
“Schwimmende Einhoerner” (Floating Unicorns) by Stephanie Kaysz, Offenbach Academy of Art and Design (students’ work), Audience FullDome Award, endowed with 500 Euro.
Honorable Mentions have been presented to:
“Mephisto Cubic” by Philip Mayer and Bruno Mathez, GaiaNova Productions, London (independent media artists), “All We Are” by Norrkoepping Visualization Center, Sweden (professional media production), “Jeepers Creepers” by Morehead Planetarium & Science Center, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA (professional media production), “Dynamic Earth – Marine Biosphere” by Spitz Creative Media, Chadds Ford, USA (professional media production), “Tale of Stars” by Kagaya Studios, Tokyo, Japan (professional media production).
Never in the short history of fulldome festivals has there been more money available to give a material reward to quality, creativity and innovation in fulldome productions. An independent jury (see below) decided on the “VisuaLiszt Awards”, a special category of the 5th FullDomeFestival and the Creative and Performance FullDome Awards sponsored by Carl Zeiss. The VisuaLiszt Awards have been sponsored by the Thuringian Ministry of Education and Culture as part of the 2011 Franz-Liszt-Year, co-organized by the Kunstverein Apolda Avantgarde e.V. and supported by the Impulsregion Erfurt-Weimar-Jena. Carl Zeiss again sponsored 1,500 Euro for three FullDome Awards to student productions: the FullDome Creative Award (best idea), the FullDome Performance Award (best implementation) and the FullDome Audience Award balloted by the spectators of the Festival Gala.
The Festival participants have enjoyed 28 short films from professional and independent producers and 42 fulldome clips produced by students, 30 submissions dealt with the topic of Franz Liszt and his music. Submissions came from all over the world: from Australia, Brazil, China, England, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Japan, The Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and USA. The first time in the short history of the Jena FullDome Festival the organizers had to decide on festivals submissions to include in the final festival program. Number and quality of submissions have reached a new level.
The jury members:
Dr. Nick Lambert, Digital Art Lecturer, Birkbeck University of London, UK
Prof. Dr. Tiago de Oliveira Pinto, Institute of Musicology, The Liszt School of Music Weimar & Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany
Prof. Dr. Heike Sperling, Professor for Digital Media/Visual Music, Institute For Music And Media, Robert Schumann School of Music and Media, Dusseldorf, Germany
Julia Lucas M.A., Scientific Member, Franz Liszt Centre, Liszt School of Music Weimar, Germany
Eno Henze, independent artist and scenographer, Berlin, Germany.
Please mark your calendar for the next FullDome Festival in Jena: May 8 to 12, 2012. The 6th FullDome Festival again will include full-length feature shows produced since 2009. The traditional Students Night will take place on Friday, May 11 and the Festival Gala on May 12, 2012.
The organizers of the FullDome Festival like to thank all who have submitted to the FullDome Festival. All contributions from students, independent artists and professionals deserve credits. Our sincere thanks to all lecturers and experienced students who helped tremendously to encourage and support students in their first approach to the fulldome medium. Our thanks goes as well to the many visitors of the three days Festival, some of them came all the way from Japan, the United States, Brazil and many European countries. We hope you all enjoyed the Festival as we did.
Volkmar Schorcht, for the Festival Organizers Micky Remann, Juergen Hellwig and Michaela Honauer.
- International fulldome shows
- Special Franz Liszt programm
- VisuaLiszt and Fulldome Awards
- Workshops, lectures, Live-Dome shows
The Zeiss-Planetarium in Jena is pleased to present state-of-the-art fulldome productions and visual experiments at the 5th FullDome-Festival from 12-14 May 2011.
The festival will give insights into the world of immersive fulldome projections and map current developments in this young medium. Initially featuring mostly student productions, the festival soon evolved into a meeting place for the international fulldome-scene. From 12 to 14 May, the audience will again take part in fascinating experiences, review the latest shows and explore in workshops the art of fulldome.
This year’s special focus is on Franz Liszt, the “European in Thuringia”. The three-day festival will show how Liszt’s artistic ideas and compositions can be translated into the fulldome format. Both, for admirers of the composer and fulldome enthusiasts, this official contribution to the Franz Liszt year 2011 will offer many surprises.
As in previous years, a broad spectrum of visual and auditory adventures in 360° will be presented in the program. For the first time, the festival will offer expert workshops about real time applications in the dome and presentations dealing with the question: “Fulldome – minority hype or medium of the future?”
All fulldome productions will be judged according to their quality, creativity and innovation. There will be record-breaking prizes for winning entries. The VisuaLiszt-Awards, totalling €7.500, are sponsored by the Thuringian Ministry of Education, Science and Art in cooperation with the Kunstverein Apolda Avantgarde e.V. and the region of Erfurt, Weimar and Jena as part of the Franz-Liszt-Year 2011. Three Fulldome-Awards again are sponsored by the Carl Zeiss AG, totalling €1.500: The Creative Award endowed with €500 for the best idea of a student production; the Performance Award with €500 for the best technical implementation of a student production; finally, the €500 Audience Award balloted by the audience at the festival gala out of the best-of election shown on that night.
“Showcasing Real Time Footage – The Revolution of the Full Dome” is the title of an expert workshop, where VJs and designers, lecturers, students and media artists are talking about the latest trend in fulldome: how to bring live generated images and sounds into the dome.
The presentations on Friday are open to the public. The presentations are partly held in English and discuss: “Fulldome – minority hype or medium of the future?”
|Thurs 12.05||13.30 – 17.15||Workshop (part 1): “Showcasing Real Time Footage – The Revolution of the Full Dome”||Limited number of participants,
|Thurs 12.05.||20.00||“International and Professional Productions” Entries of non-student producers, including VisuaLiszt||Public program, Ticket €8, Reservation:
|Fr. 13.05.||10.00 – 13.30||Workshop (part 2): “Showcasing Real Time Footage – The Revolution of the Full Dome”||Limited number of participants,
|Fr. 13.05.||14.30 – 18.00||Presentations: “Fulldome – minority hype or medium of the future?”||Open program, No registration necessary|
|Fr. 13.05.||20.00||“Students Night” Entries from student producers, including VisuaLiszt||Public program, Ticket €8, Reservation:
|Fr. 13.05.||24.00||“Live-Dome Demo Show” VJ- & Real Time premiere. Best of workshop midnight special.||Public bonus program, No extra charge|
|Sa 14.05.||20.00||Festival Gala” VisuaLiszt and Fulldome Awards ceremony, Best-of show, audience vote||Public program, Ticket €8, Reservation:
*if you want to participate, please send us an email to: email@example.com
The complete schedule for workshops and lectures is available as a separate handout. A program with the all entries for each day will be released shortly before the festival.
Ticket information and reservations:
FullDome-Festival 2011 – UPDATE
- Deadline extended for festival entries: April 11th. 2011
- VisuaLiszt and Fulldome-Awards: 9.000.- € record prize money
- Jury members announced
Independent and professional fulldome producers may submit their shows, films, clips and outtakes until April 11th. The festival organizers have decided to extend the entry deadline by a month so that producers can give their shows the last finishing touch. Please be aware that the maximum length for shows is 15 min., detailed submission guidelines are ready for download at www.fulldome-festival.de. April 11th. remains the entry deadline for student fulldome productions. All shows selected for the festival, student or professional, will be presented in the online and print program. Please remember to send a descriptive text (max. 1.500 characters including spaces) and stills for publication in the festival program.
Never in the short history of fulldome festivals has there been more money available to give material rewards to quality, creativity and innovation in fulldome productions. Prize money for this year’s special »VisuaLiszt-Award« is totalling 7.500.- €, sponsored by the Thuringian Ministry of Education and Culture as part of the Franz-Liszt-Year 2011, co-organized by the Kunstverein Apolda Avantgarde e.V. and supported by the Impulsregion Erfurt-Weimar-Jena. In addition, Carl Zeiss AG again sponsors three Fulldome-Awards totalling 1.500.- €: Creative Award (best idea) to a student production, 500.- €; Performance Award (best implementation) to a student production, 500.- €; and Audience Award as balloted by the spectators of the Festival Gala, also with 500.- € prize money.
We are honoured that five distinguished individuals have accepted the invitation to join the festival jury. This independent panel will decide about the winners of the VisuaLiszt and Fulldome-Awards in the 2011 FullDome-Festival. The appointed panel members are:
Dr. Nick Lambert, London, UK. Lecturer in contemporary digital art and the use of digital technologies in the history of art. He is currently Researcher in Digital Media Art at the Department of History of Art and Screen Media at Birkbeck. He recently led a major AHRC funded research project, Computer Art & Technocultures, that was held jointly with the Victoria & Albert Museum. Dr Lambert has had a longstanding interest in dome projection as part of his artwork “Music of the Spheres” and is actively involved in producing works for this new medium.
Prof. Dr. Heike Sperling, Düsseldorf, Germany. As professor at The Institute For Music And Media (IMM), a part of the internationally renowned Robert Schumann School of Music and Media in Düsseldorf, she focuses on a combination of art, technology and theory, specialized in digital media and visual music, she is founder of the Visual Music Archive as an online platform for this genre → www.visualmusicarchive.org.
Prof. Dr. Tiago de Oliveira Pinto, Weimar, Germany. Born in Brazil, he chairs the Institute of Musicology in the LISZT School of Music Weimar & Friedrich Schiller University Jena, specialized in → Trancultural Music Studies.
Julia Lucas M.A., Weimar, Germany. Scientific member at the Franz-Liszt-Centre at the LISZT School of Music Weimar. One of her fields of studies is the relationship between Franz Liszt’s principle of ‘symphonic poem’ (comparable to Richard Wagners idea of ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’) and the concept of music in films.
Eno Henze, Berlin, Germany. (*1978, → www.enohenze.de) Independant artist and scenograph, focussing on the influence of technology and science on human perception and selfperception. His works were shown in international museums and galleries. In 2010 he curated ‘abstrakt Abstrakt – die systematisierte Welt’ (http://node10.vvvv.org/) at the “NODE10 Festival” of the “Frankfurter Kunstverein”. He designed and programmed complex media events for branded exhibitions and performances.
The jury will be joined for technical consultation by Volkmar Schorcht, fulldome expert at the planetarium division of Carl Zeiss AG. The jury session will be moderated by Micky Remann, festival co-organizer and lecturer at Bauhaus-University Weimar.
Volkmar Schorcht and Micky Remann do not have a vote in the jury.
Stay tuned for more!
The 5th FullDome Festival invites entries of student fulldome productions of maximally 5 minutes (as always) and, for the first time, fulldome shorts of maximally 15 minutes. Also, all media designers may participate in the special »VisuaLiszt« program marking the 200th birthday of the composer Franz Liszt in 2011. Full-length (20 to 45 min.) fulldome feature shows can be entered again for the 6th FullDome Festival in 2012.
Entry deadline for fulldome shorts: March 11, 2011
Entry deadline for student fulldome productions: April 11, 2011
The FullDome-Festival in the Zeiss-Planetarium Jena has become the international forum and testing ground for innovative film and visualization projects in fulldome format. The 5th. FullDome-Festival on the 13th. and 14th. May in 2011 will feature the special program “VisuaLiszt”, a highlight in the Franz Liszt Year in 2011, commemorating the composer’s music on his 200 th. birthday. Outstanding works on this subject will be honoured by the state of Thuringia with the “VisuaLiszt Award”.
Fulldome artists and producers from around the world, professional, student or independent, are invited to Franz Liszt as an inspiration for music visualizations in 360°. The awards are an incentive to reinterpret Liszt’s musical ideas in a contemporary multimedia production, projected on the inside of a giant dome. A jury will set the award categories and judge the entries. As in previous years, visitors of the FullDome-Festival can cast their vote for the audience award. The best “VisualLiszt” entries will be presented at the gala night of the 5th. FullDome-Festival 2011 and will be included in the “VisuaLiszt Reel 2011”.
Fulldome extends the range of visual, spatial and cinematic presentations. Exploring immersive media experiences in 360° is a worthwhile subject for both, media artists and friends of Franz Liszt’s music.
The international Fulldome and visual music community is invited to relate their experiments to the ideas and compositions of Franz Liszt.
Submission guidelines and closing date for “VisuaLiszt” entries will be published on www.fulldome-festival.de.
The “VisuaLiszt-Reel 2011” will be shown as part of the daily Fulldome program at Zeiss-Planetarium Jena from June 6th. – July 3rd. 03.07.2011 at 5 p.m.
more news from Zeiss:
The 4. FullDome-Festival is taking place with a very rich, extended program from May 4th. till Mai 8th. 2010 in the Zeiss-Planetarium Jena.. 27 Full Feature Shows and even more clips from students and professionals from around the world will add to more then 22 hours of true fulldome immersion, including three world premieres: “Natural Selection” (Mirage3D), “tempus.ruhr” (Rocco Helmechen) and „The Zula Patrol“ (Zula International, Spitz Inc. and Evans & Sutherland).
It’s a unique opporttunity to warch and assess new shows, gather with propfessionals and new talents, join creative minds.
Secure your ticket now, by going to the online registration:
After placing your order, you will receive a confirmation.
Admission is moderate
Day pass: 8,00 Euro (Student rate 5,00 Euro)
Festivalpass, valid for all shows, all days: 40,00 Euro (student rate 25,00 Euro)
The 4. FullDome-Festival is taking place with a very rich, extended program from May 4th. till Mai 8th. 2010 in the Zeiss-Planetarium Jena.
May 4th. – 6th. is dedicated to professional FullDome Feature shows with prestigious international participants.
May 7th. is the „Students’ Night“, with experimental shorts and clips from various Universities.
May 8th. is the Festival Gala and FullDome Award ceremony. The best productions of all categories will be shown.
Films and presentations for the FullDome Festival can be experienced on two consecutive nights: the student Festival is on the 24th of April, the Festival-summit and awards ceremony on the 25th of April, where the best of the students’ films will be shown along with the others. Program details, and information about the spezial theme of „Bauhaus-in-the-Stars” will be published on this site. For ticket info please go to: www.planetarium-jena.de
On the 23rd. of April at Zeiss-Planetarium Jena there will be a talk by futurist Matthias Horx about „Bauhaus revisited”, another contribution to Bauhaus commemoration www.bauhaus2009.de. More Information at www.horx.com
3rd FullDome Festival, 24-25th April 2009 Zeiss-Planetarium, Jena, Germany. Deadline for festival contributions: 30th March 2009 Extended till 15th April! Registration form below.
A registration form (see attachment) must be included with each submission.