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‘Prometheus. Sensory Futures’ - the visual & sound project by Pascal SCHONLAU c/o EMEIS DEUBEL

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EMEIS DEUBEL: Pascal Schonlau

The Prometheus project explores visual-tactile attributes of materials that have their origin somewhere between reality and imagination. The meditative infinity loop was created using a combination of filmed movements for the character and virtual architecture featuring a floating cloud of rocks. Using depth of field and grain as photographic elements, we were aiming to create a highly atmospheric experience. The talent was filmed in front of green screen and according to a light situation representing the final scene. Timing and synchronising the movement of both talent and material were an essential part to be able to loop the video. Schumann resonances from the electromagnetic waves of the earth were used as a reference for the deep, vibrating soundscape.

Director: Pascal Schonlau c/o Emeis Deubel
DOP: Moritz Matlik
Sound Design: Mamiko Moto
Hair & Make-up: Sabina Pinsone
CGI: Harvest Digital Agriculture

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Pascal SCHONLAU c/o EMEIS DEUBEL explores the visual-tactile properties of materials with ‘Prometheus’, whose origins are somewhere between reality and imagination.

“The Prometheus project explores the visual-tactile attributes of materials that have their origin somewhere between reality and imagination. The meditative infinite loop was created using a combination of filmed movements for the character and virtual architecture featuring a floating cloud of rocks. Using depth of field and grain as photographic elements, we were aiming to create a highly atmospheric experience. The talent was filmed in front of a green screen and according to a light atmosphere representing the final scene. Timing and synchronizing the movement of both talent and material were an essential part in order to loop the video. Schumann resonances from the electromagnetic waves of the Earth were used as a reference for the deep, vibrating soundscape.”
 

 
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EMEIS DEUBEL: Pascal Schonlau

EMEIS DEUBEL: Pascal Schonlau

 
EMEIS DEUBEL: Pascal Schonlau

EMEIS DEUBEL: Pascal Schonlau

 
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