Sturm auf Kronach
2014 | 13' 25'' | animation, projection mapping
Sturm auf Kronach is a multimedia-project which brings back the 30-Years-War to it’s original scene. The projection was realized during the light-festival „Kronach Leuchtet" 2014.
1632-34 the swedish army and their protestant allies attacked the catholic city Kronach in northern Bavaria. Setting the projection to one of the originally attacked walls of the "Festung Rosenberg", a castle from the middle ages, gives the viewer an extraordinary experience by resurrecting the history of the city and it's castle.
Based on the happenings during the swedish attacks, a story was developed and communicated through abstract visuals, music, voices and ambient sound. The projection was realized during the light-festival "Kronach Leuchtet 2014"
director and animator: Raphael Schardt
music and sound design: Jens Heuler
production: Rotary Club Kronach