Final degree show:
Transodin's Tragedy is a film installation/artistic performance, exploring the emerging
phenomenon of transhumanism in our digital age. Technology has become a mediator of the
human experience in the 21. Century. Transodin represents both a mythical character and a
contemporary transhuman manifestation, embodying the merging of the human experience
and technology. Through Transodin's journey you are invited to explore this fatalistic
relationship. This journey takes the form of a triptych, where Transodin bears witness to the
birth of a transhuman.
Tri fold brochure outside:
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The film installation was installed at the Abbey of Sherkin Island:
“The Last Human”
A visual essay in 3 parts about the human condition in times of transhumanism.
Optional Presentation Mock up
Presentation DVD Cover “The Last Human”
ARRAY 17 - Exhibition
This Exhibition was hosted by the BAVA 3rd year Students of Sherkin Island (DIT) and took
place for 10 days @ the Skibbereen Art Festival 2015 in the O´driscoll Building.
Video Installation of “The Last Human”.
A visual essay about the human condition in times of transhumanism
Making of "The Last Human"
Detlef Schlich & Corina Thornton in a visual essay in 3 parts about
the human condition in times of transhumanism. A Cute Alien TV production
with the participation of DIT/BAVA Sherkin Island, Co. Cork, Ireland.
Transodin - Detlef Schlich
The last human - Corina Thornton
First Camera Operator - Mick Eile
Second Camera Operator - Jens F.
Third Camera Operator - Detlef Schlich
Special FX - Mick Eile
Catering and Directors Assistent - Sigi Berndt
Make Up Artist - Marie Claire Hodgson
Light - Mick Eile
Electricity and Forest Support - Owen Kelly
Concept, visual and sound editing by Detlef Schlich
Director Detlef Schlich
“Making of” SHOTS:
MASK from the left. Unfinished.
This is the basic/initial sparkle idea of this film!
First Props or rather sculptures developed.
Meeting the Team.
Testshots with light.
Working Make Up Artist.
Establishing light with moving bodies is not easy.
Special FX Man Mick.
The set up for this paper hill took us a little bit time but eventually worked very well.
Eventually we archived it that the whole setting looks like made by nature.