Stopmotion Film Workshop

Through stop motion movies students from the ‘Wilhelm-Wagenfeld-School’ in Bremen became media designers and space innovation was their source of inspiration.

Node: Universum Bremen

 

Basic data:

  • 12 to 20 February, 2020

  • 12 students / training on the job for digital media designer
     

  • School: Wilhelm-Wagenfeld-Schule Bremen
     

  • Instructor: Ulrike Isenberg, Company:Trick 47 Bremen
     

  • Teacher: Christian Meier-Kahrweg

In two Universum® Bremen workshops students dealt with space-inventions that also impact everyday life in an artistic way. For example: Did you know that the way potato chips are packaged is based on landing a spaceship on other planets? Or that Neil Armstrong‘s famous first words on the moon were transmitted via one of the first cordless headsets in the world?
 

Even with reduced materials exciting stories can be told. Through stop motion movies students from the ‘Wilhelm-Wagenfeld-School’ in Bremen became media designers and space innovation was their source of inspiration. Within a one-week-workshop at Trick 47 guided by Ulrike Isenberg they produced these short films.

For inquiries contact:

Anna Mildner
Universum Bremen

a.mildner@universum-bremen.de

This website was produced with fundings from the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Programme under grant agreement nº 821832. This website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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