“162 Ways To Die” is an interactive installation designed to bring the images of the so-called Jesuit panels (Jesuitentafeln) closer to the public at the Stadtmuseum Landsberg. These are 162 small-format copper engravings illustrating the life and work of merited monks from the 17th century. The installation can make it easier for visitors to access the panels, which at first glance may seem difficult to understand. For this purpose, the stories of selected Jesuits are selected and recounted in a modern and atmospheric way combining digital and analogue elements.
Team: Kelvyn Marte, Michael Ognew, Robi Hammerle, Georg Reil, Anna Levandovska
Read more here (in German).
Get the code on GitHub.