Accompanying the exhibition DIORAMA the SCHIRN MAGAZINE examines with an editorial focus the theme of "immersion" and the fascination of the perfect illusion today.
As part of the “Immersion” series, British artist Ed Atkins is presenting an exhibition at Martin-Gropius-Bau that addresses our ubiquitous escapism to make-believe worlds.
Its productions turn the theatergoer into an actor: An interview with performance collective SIGNA about immersion, fiction and its play “Das halbe Leid” (A sorrow shared) in Schauspiel Hamburg.
The distance between viewers and film is becoming ever smaller. Even 120 years ago, cinemagoers were jumping out of their seats as a locomotive appeared to hurtle towards the screen. We take a look at the past and the...
These days, computer games are discussed in arts supplements. What is their appeal and how do they develop such a strong draw for people? Let’s play!
The opera “Mondparsifal Beta 9-23” by Jonathan Meese at Berliner Festspiele draws visitors into a cosmos where logic plays only a subordinate role.
Is complete immersion in a virtual world a utopia or a dystopia? These and other questions are answered by Prof. Rupert-Kruse, immersion researcher, in an interview with the SCHIRN MAG.
An experience for all the senses: An exhibition at Kunstverein Frankfurt invites viewers to immerse themselves in virtual and constructed worlds
Visitors can immerse themselves in a long bygone era at the Dennis Severs House in London. A truly great experience.
It might not look very exciting from the outside: A large black rotunda that has landed on the onetime “Death Strip” of the Berlin Wall like a spaceship. But inside an extraordinary panorama opens up.
Reality or illusion: The SCHIRN presents a major exhibition dedicated to the idea of staged vision.