Part 1. Virtual part
Connecting the physical and digital worlds together.
The Internet permits new possibilities for communication. For example, with the use of digital software we can go into virtual amorphic space. A visitor can go in and out of the virtual bunker, explore the surrounding areas, and the new experience.
We can connect to people all over the world to hear, record, and share photos of a spark of our own experience, short significant moments in places that we feel with ourselves and others.
With the help of a special recording system located inside the bunker and the digital software, people inside the bunker and the internet can hear and record the voices of themselves and other people, connecting to the greater story of us all.
Content contributed by viewers all over the world
Here you find the physical, digital parts activities and connections of the project all over the world.
Part 2. Blog
See behind the scenes and the development of the project:
Initial conception, ongoing changes over time and conversations with different people from art, science, and spirit discussing ideas about art and emotions in our time and more.
It is important for us and the world to hear your thoughts. Share your significant thoughts with others, and most importantly, stay connected to others and yourself.
Part 3. Physical part
This part is a real physical German WW2 one-man bunker that was saved from destruction by the Israeli-German artist Amit Goffer.
The Bunker underwent changes that allow the viewer to experience different physical and emotional situations. By inviting audience participation, such work takes on a performative dimension that becomes further interpreted and realized through interaction – for themselves and others.
We are developing more installations with recording and hearing boxes similar to the one installed in the one-man bunker and installing them in significant urban/natural places worldwide.
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This Project Is Supported By
Special thanks for the support, advices and remarks, collaboration partners and the companies who’s work made this project possible:
Marcel Schumacher, Martin Simpson, Liber May, Orkun Ozdemir, Harold Muler, Christian Weber, Vera Lossau, Boaz Horowitz, Vera Fuchs, Johannes Sitsen Metallbaumeister, Matthias Erntges, Oliver Voosen, Holbeck Transporte GmbH, Manuel Rumpf, Christian Kreutner, BST–K Bentonbohrtechnik, Oded Ronen, Dr. Emmanuel Mir, Lars Klostermann, Christian Kreutner, Dr. Niko Beier, Elke Kania, Peter Urwantschky, Claudia Hess Anna Blau, Ido Bruckental, Offir Bashary, Marie–Claire Krell, Kulturamt Neuss, Oren Amber, Yafit Krainer–Arazi, Gil & Nili Perez, Zvi & Manu Goffer, Efrat Rosen, David Mualem, Alon Ulman, Gabi Teuteberg, Elad Alon, Ronen Chen, Sarit Cohen, Asaf Yosefian, Dr.Judith Reifen Ronen, Verena Radke