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Colorful geometric shapes seem to swirl through a room

Artist's talk about the “Innerland“ VR installation

Event for members of our circle of friends (in German)

With virtual reality and immersive sound tech­nology, the media artist Alex­ander Stublić has created inter­active, explor­able surreal worlds in which notes emerge synes­thetically, forests of beams pass by, and concert stages complete with a decon­structed orchestra are re­assembled to form new pers­pectives before the viewer’s eyes. The concert recording at its core is Viktor Ullmann’s piano concerto Opus 25. Because of his Jewish ancestry, the com­poser was deported to the Theresien­stadt concentration camp in 1942, where he created many of his works. He was murdered in the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in 1944.

A project team from the Siemens Arts Program has set out to raise aware­ness of this composer, who was ostracized by the Nazis and whose music is not well known today. To this end, they explored new audiovisual possibilities for the concert recording. The result of the Viktor Ullmann Project is an artis­tically and tech­nically sophis­ticated new 3D recording of the piano concerto Opus 25, which Alexander Stublić will personally introduce.

Past event

Map with all buildings that belong to the Jewish Museum Berlin. The Old Building is marked in green


Old Building, ground level, Glass Courtyard
Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

Where, when, what?

  • When Tue 17 May 2022, 4.30 pm
  • Where Old Building, ground level, Glass Courtyard

    Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

    See location on map
  • Entry fee

    Free of charge

  • Meeting point 4.15 pm at the Glass Courtyard of the Jewish Museum Berlin

    Number of participants up to 20 people

    Registration by 13 May 2022. Please register by phone Tel. +49 (0)30 25 993 436 or email at

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