live-video in concert & music theatre
Steffi Weismann in cooperation with contemporary composers
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Since 2002 SW realized several audiovisual projects that involve live-video on stage. The temporal structure of the video level is closely connected to the concert and in most cases live-controled by SW using the programm Max-MSP-Jitter. The pieces are characterized by different spacial stettings. In each project the specific constellation between musicians, screens or cameras will be new defined.
projects (selection):

  yes, it has got warmer all of a sudden (2003) with Christian Kesten, 2-channel-projection, 1 livecam
  Walk left - Stand right (2004) with Ana Maria Rodriguez, 1channel-projection, live-trigger of images by musicians
  SCRAP (2004) with Andrea Neumann and Ana Maria Rodriguez, channel-projection, 1 livecam
  Fate at Eight (2005) music theatre by Chico Mello, direction: Christina Tappe, 1 screen, 2 livecams
  Call me yesterday (2006) with Antje Vowinckel, 2 channels, 2 round screens
  le vol (2005-2007) with Annette Krebs, 1 screen, 2 channels
  Lost in a brown study (2007) with Yoav Pasovsky 1 channel, 1 hanging screen
  False Friends (2007) with Antje Vowinckel, 2 channels, 2 screens
  Tragicomedia (2009) music theatre by Michael Hirsch, direction: Matthias Rebstock, 6 channels, 6 flat screens, 6 livecams
  Fe de erratas (2009) music theatre by Elena Mendoza, direction: Matthias Rebstock, 6 channels, 6 flat screens,
  XXX9 (2009) with Annette Krebs, 1 screen, 1 live-microscope-camera
  TOBI NO HAMO (2009) with Yoav Pasovsky, 2 channels, 4 projection screens, 1 livecam, neon light
  SINK OR SWIM (2014) with xlr-female, 3 channels, 1 projection screen, 1 livecam, 3 monitors on wheels
  xlr-female