Kellerwald National Park is a protected area of approyimately 60 km² in the central region of Germany. Although it is covered with one of Europe´s last natural copper beech forests (also known as ‘European beech’) the acknowledgement as a National Park required a struggle over many years.
As athmospheric and playful introduction a series of rotundas make up the first part of the exhibition with an installation in each of them. 20 different local species were modeled as moveable 3D figures in a lifelike way to be animated, to some extend in realtime.
three interactive projections in the first Rotunda of the National Park Center Kellerwald as athmospheric and playful introduction to the exhibition
three ambient projections in the second Rotunda of the National Park Center Kellerwald illuminate the room and reveal brief encounters
a moving projection in the third Rotunda of the National Park Center Kellerwald lets animals appear in different places