Micky Remann is a German born media artist and producer of media events. He is Professor for Immersive Media at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, where he has been teaching the art of full dome since 2007. In the same year, Micky Remann initiated the FullDome Festival at the Zeiss-Planetarium Jena, which he continues to direct until today. The international festival showcases and awards innovative productions in the genre of 360-degree audio-visual media and fulldome theatre performance.
As the inventor of “Liquid Sound”, Micky Remann is also connected to another experience of immersion: floating in body temperature salt water, immersed in underwater sounds, lights and video images. The concept and media technology of “Liquid Sound” is installed in three major Spa venues in Germany, operated by Toskanaworld, where it has become the key attraction, featuring regular underwater live concerts, DJ nights and an annual all night festival. The next such festival, Nov.2.-4. 2018, will celebrate the 25th. anniversary of “Liquid Sound”. The event will be live streamed from the main venue, the Toskana Therme Bad Sulza.
Micky Remann is known for books he wrote as a travelling author, he hosts TV-Dome shows with the network Salve.tv, he presents at scientific conferences and performs at cultural events. One of his internationally known media projects is the “Apolda World Bell Concert”, which connects sounds and stories of bells from around the world with music via livestream.
The following interview was produced and recorded by Ricardo Dal Farra during may of 2018.
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