Commissioned by Boris Micka Associates and together with film director Dirk van den Berg, Tamschick Media+Space developed the spatial media design of the Atturaif Living Museum in Saudi Arabia.
Atturaif was the original home of the Saudi royal family and the country’s first capital, founded in the 15th century in the dry valley Wadi Hanifa. In its very place lies today the capital Riyadh. In 2010, Atturaif was listed as UNESCO World Heritage.
With beautiful imagery and multilayered sound, the film is a fascinating journey from the past to the present. The palace seems to transform into a living time machine in front of the audience's eyes. The staging of historical events and its protagonists in a digital spatial theatre on archaeological grounds is to date totally unparalleled in Saudi Arabia.
Together in an international team I worked on 2D and 3D motion design as well as in Saudia Arabia on-site and on-set support for the integration of the live-action footage.
For a glimpse of the projection mapping click here.
I‘m Steffen Hörbrand. I am currently living and working in Berlin as a freelancer in mediatecture and motion design.
My goal is to merge the electronical world into our reality to create astonishing physical spaces with digital layers. I love the logic of a good code and always try to improve my motion design projects with useful selfwritten plugins. I also work with the coding tool Touchdesigner to achieve a more interactive experience of my work.
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Art direction, Styleframing,
Motion, Coding, Media Art,
3D, Graphic Design,
After Effects / Adobe CC
Octane / Redshift3D
I worked in agencies like
Flora and Fauna Visions, Visual Drugstore, Aixsponza, Sehsucht, Tamschick and Blackspace
for clients like
Intel, MAN, Volkswagen, ABB, Philips, GoreTex, ZDF, ARD, Nickelodeon