Raumwelten is examining the interfaces between scenography, architecture and media. First-class national and international speakers, lectures, workshops and keynotes offer exciting impulses and useful information for the creative scene and companies. Visionary architecture meets with brand communication, digital media with live communication, exhibition and museum design.

Under the theme “/imagine”, this year’s conference takes up the development of artificial spatial worlds through AI and virtual reality. For the first time, the event itself will take place entirely in a virtual hub and will be accessible online in real time.

At this year’s Raumwelten conference, Prof. Dr. Klaus Birk and MdRV students will present project results for an overarching motion design branding for the event series.

In addition, MdRV alumnus Ole Bornitz will be presenting his current media design bachelor thesis “Ultra Short-Term Religions”, in which he explored visual trends in the field of AI-generated aesthetics.