Hainbach - Home Stories
Not For Sale
The music video makes the theme of transformation its visual motif - by investigating energy transition and the nuclear phase-out. Portraying a landscape shaped by energy and environmental policies, forestry, agriculture and mining. It summons tales of land consolidation, wind farms, transmission towers and pointed roof houses with photovoltaic panels. Weekend train rides to thermal power plants with a lake view. The filmmakers Felix & Julian Moser followed retired workers on a tour through their former rock salt mine, which has turned into an interim storage for radioactive waste. Their trip ends in the core of a nuclear reactor, which was finished in 1990 but never went online.
Exhibitions with this piece
Welcome to Concrete House .art which features curated pavilions and an exhibition of digital artists selected through an open call. The curated pavilions include Ars Electronica’s partners, .ART’s artist in residence Medina Kasimova and a selection of work from .ART’s and Arlekin Players Theatre’s collaborative project ZeroGravity.art, directed by Igor Golyak and featuring the renowned choreographer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov. Concrete House .art participants join the space for playful reflections on the creation of virtual environments.