Highlights of previous two seasons
In August, the beautiful “Schlosslichtspiele” Karlsruhe have started again! This is a nightly series of light shows, which illuminate the entire southern facade of the Karlsruhe Palace with lavish projections accompanied by sound installations.
The history of the Schlosslichtspiele at the Karlsruhe Palace is not yet very old, but in the third season it is already worthwhile to look back at the highlights of the past two seasons: This weekend, from 25 till 27 of August, you can admire the most popular light shows at the facade of the Karlsruhe Palace: “300 Fragments” and “Legacy” of Maxin10sity, but also “Noise3” of Rüstungschmie.de as well as Xenorama with “Oneironaut”.
Each night the light shows start at 9 p.m., according to the weather forecasts, we can look forward to a great weekend! The entrance is free.
ZKM brochure gives an overview of 3 years of Schlosslichtspiele at the Karlsruhe Palace
The ZKM | Center for Art and Media has made a brochure, which gives an overview about three years of Schlosslichtspiele and impresses with large-format images. All the shows shown so far include descriptions, biographies of the artist groups and technical background information. The brochure is available for 7 Euros at the Info-Point of the Karlsruhe Palace, at the ZKM | Shop, at the Tourist Information Karlsruhe at the main station as well as at all branch offices of the Badische Neuesten Nachrichten (BNN).
26 August & 9 September 2017: Insights into the artistic work of the Schlosslichtspiele
You can get insights into the artistic work of the Schlosslichtspiele on Saturday, 26 August at 8 p.m. and 9 September, 7.30 p.m. Shortly before the projections start, you can get provides background information on the ideas of digital architectures as well as the artistic content at the Karl-Friedrich-Bar.
You have to register for the event, either at the infopoint of the Schlosslichtspiele or via E-Mail email@example.com. The entrance is 8 €.
Weitere Informationen unter www.schlosslichtspiele.info
Source: filmboard karlsruhe e.V.
Source: filmboard karlsruhe e.V. © Helge Worden