Documentary film maker Felix Hentschel accompanied the production of the Mixed-Reality-Techno-Opera MAYA and held talks with the artists involved. The resulting film (ca. 40 min) illuminates the development of the Maya character and provides insights into the conception of the music and the design of the MAYA augmented reality app.
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As the worlds first Augmented Reality opera, MAYA staged the former heating plant Munich-Aubing as a historic site.
Through the AR-app on the own smartphone, the spectator betook himself in the perspective of a new civilization in the distant future, and looked back in amazement on the demise of our current civilization in the near future.
Singer Martina Koppelstetter took on the role of „Maya“. She was on a mission. Would she manage to rescue the Cyberspace and with it herself and the humanity?
a Mixed-Reality-Techno-Opera in the ruins of the heating plant Munich-Aubing
18th – 22th October, 2017
MAYA: Martina Koppelstetter
VOICES: Michelle Friedrich, Miriam Hampe, Sophie Lin, Kathrin Zukowski
MUSICIANS: TrioCoriolis (Thomas Hofer, Klaus-Peter Werani, Hanno Simons)
LIBRETTO: Thomas Jonigk
SCENARIO, MUSIC AND DIRECTION: Mathis Nitschke
SOUNDS: Klavikon, Björn Eichelbaum, Rumpeln, Jörg Hüttner
LIGHT DESIGN: Urs Schönebaum
COSTUME DESIGN: Katharina Dobner
CHOREOGRAFIE: Martina La Ragione
APP DESIGN and PROGRAMMING: Klasien van de Zandschulp, Luciano Pinna
ANIMATIONS based on the Aquarells „Tapete I-IV“ (2012-2016) by Judith Egger
SOUND: Boris Kluska
LASER: Karl-Heinz Käs
LIGHT: Matthias Wanek
CONCEPT AND PRODUCTION: Mathis Nitschke
DIRECTOR AND PRODUCTION ASSISTENCE: Elsa Büsing
GRAPHIC DESIGN: Anja Gerscher
3D SCAN: youlittle GmbH
PR-REDAKTION: Katrin Dollinger (Rat&Tat kulturbuero)
CAMERA: Felix Hentschel
POST PRODUCTION: Mathis Nitschke
MAYA was supported by the Cultural Department of the City of Munich, the German Federal Government’s Performing Arts Fund (Fonds Daku) and the creative industries fund The Netherlands. Kindly supported by the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Thanks to Allguth GmbH.