This is Not Holocaust is an exposé and exploration of collective and shared trauma, relating to the Holocaust. It separates intent from perception, and without prejudice to the situation, illustrates the sensitivities of trauma. The room emerges on two levels; the images projected onto the wall gradually submerges the beholder into the depths of the Explore...
Author Archives for Karpantschof
Contains works from great authors such as Franz Kafka, Hermann Hesse, Voltaire, Anna Saghers, Ouida, Herzl, Anne Freud, Marieluise Fleißer, Friedrich Engels, Dorothy Day, Thomas Mann and Günter Grass. Pieces of the original texts can be found in the pile of ashes. “Dort wo man Buecher verbrennt, verbrennt man am Ende auch Menschen” – Heinrich Explore...
When they went for the women, I spoke up —Because I am an ally When they went for the gays and the lesbians, I spoke up —Because I am an ally When they went for the trans and the queer, I spoke up —Because I am an ally When they went for people of color Explore...
A farewell and goodbye from Copenhagen Industries, as featured in Variety, Ekko, IndieWire, The Telegraph et al Five years, we figured. We were wrong. We were told it was special: no termination date.We didn’t know how long we had together. Who does? After years of fundraising to complete our R&D,our journey in developing new technologies Explore...
A 1973 ADM3-A Dumb Terminal and a 1984 Apple Macintosh running 2020 home automation systems.
A chandelier exploring the imbalance of heat vs cold and heavy vs light.
Designed and developed custom props for the art department of various cinema productions
A note on creating a safe space for team members at Copenhagen Industries.
An essay on death by living.
A love letter to a dying republic.
A development framework for building and analyzing communities and how they operate.
A trip to Strand Books evolved into leaving notes to strangers.
Little Black Dress, with a Starry Night.
An online representation of an organization that never existed.
A memorial, in five cities, to the 77 victims of 2011 Oslo Massacre.
An exploration of shared and collective trauma of the Holocaust, by everyday associations.
An immersive theater experience for 450 participants, caught in the quintessential question of how far does democracy stretch?
Dear Wendy is a 2005 crime film directed by Thomas Vinterberg and written by Lars von Trier. It stars Jamie Bell, Bill Pullman, Michael Angarano, Mark Webber, Danso Gordon, Novella Nelson and Alison Pill. It was an international co-production between Denmark, Germany, France, and the United Kingdom, filmed on-location in Copenhagen.
Defamation is a 2009 documentary film by award-winning filmmaker Yoav Shamir.
Immersive theater placing 400 participants as deciding members of a legislative body under attack.
Dogville is a 2003 avant-garde drama film written and directed by Lars von Trier, and starring an ensemble cast led by Nicole Kidman, Lauren Bacall, Paul Bettany, Chloë Sevigny, Stellan Skarsgård, Udo Kier, Ben Gazzara, Harriet Andersson, and James Caan.