In a holiday workshop in cooperation with Trickmisch children can invent and animate stories by processing their own experiences and fantasies. In the end of the workshop, the finished films are publically displayed onto a projection screen in the bi’bak shop window.
Das Mobile Sprachlabor is always on the move in Berlin with Trickmisch. With animation stands, film-editing stations, a mini recording studio and a case full of cut-out figures, the mobile language lab has been animating and cutting together with students from a range of refugee backgrounds since 2014. The children and adolescents develop stories, drawing a range of ages into a fascinating and rich visual world with their imaginative animations. Through this work Trickmisch wants to make learning German an active, fun and self-asserting process. In the regular classes the focus is placed on imagining and formulating stories, whereby the development of visual worlds, the intense concentration of the animation process and the sense of achievement of creating one’s own completed film is seen as important experiences.
Over 50 animations have been made this way. On the Trickmisch Website one can look at, listen to and read the picture stories invented by the students.
bibakwerk in cooperation with Trickmisch and the Hort at Erika-Mann Grundschule, supported by the Prokjektfonds Kulturelle Bildung at Bezirksamt Mitte von Berlin.
Julia Kapelle studied film and photography at the College of Fine Arts in Hamburg. She studied at the UdK on a postgraduate course at the Institute of Art in Context. In her artistic works, she works with media image production and processes of collective authorship. She works as an art mediator in the context of exhibition and education.
Nicolas Wiese ( born 1976) is an audiovisual artist, designer and composer / performer of electroacoustic music based in Berlin.
Heidrun Schramm studied Sound Studies at the Berlin University of the Arts. Her work includes intermedial compositions and audiovisual installations.