Completing her CEIR residency funded by Creative Works London Sigune Hamann exhibited a panoramic film-strip at RAUMX. The installation reflects her research into methods of reading and displaying panoramic images in relation to East Asian scrolls as part of research at the V&A and Tokyo Wondersite.
At the V&A Hamann took photographic film-strips of visitors in the galleries. Film-strips are exposed in one continuous rewinding process using an analogue SLR camera.
Hamann developed prototypes for exhibiting film-strips, ie guiding the viewer along a motion sequence within the spiral architecture. During the duration of the walk the viewers physical and cognitive performance creates an intellectual stimulus and become an “act of theatre” within the expanse of the staircase.
In the V&A sculpture galleries visitors could interact with film-strips on multiple tablets as part of the Digital Drop-In event.