5670 specifically developed filter modules are joined together and form an oversized display. The modules are illuminated by monochromatic LED technology and create the audiovisual centerpiece in the Mann+Hummel Filter Museum. Accompanying the screen, an extensive audio system enhances the room with differentiated sound. The subject of the audiovisual experience are information and visualizations about Mann+Hummel's expertise, locations and statistics. The context is provided by neon light words, which surround the LED area.

MANN+HUMMEL FILTER-WERK Museum, Ludwigsburg, 2016

Concept of installation in collaboration with Holzer Kobler Architekturen
Audiovisual-engineering in collaboration with Stefan Helling
Software in collaboration with Markus Lerner
Sounddesign by Ben Lukas Boysen

Commissioned by the Holzer Kobler Architekturen
Exhibition designed by Holzer Kobler Architekturen
MANN+HUMMEL FILTER-WERK Museum, Ludwigsburg, 2016

Konzept der Installation in Zusammenarbeit mit Holzer Kobler Architekturen
Technische Planung in Zusammenarbeit mit Stefan Helling
Software in Zusammenarbeit mit Markus Lerner
Sounddesign von Ben Lukas Boysen

Beauftragt von Holzer Kobler Architekturen
Gestaltung der Ausstellung von Holzer Kobler Architekturen