“Above All Species” is a drama feature that was shot in Ystad Studios in July 2014. KubKub provided the Video Set Design for the film. All backgrounds were projected onto a huge ( 28x5m ) screen in the studio. Classic front projection technology made available in real time due to modern projectors and realtime playback […]
Projections in smoke (Silent Shout) and a gilded frame for The Knife “Shaking The Habitual” European tour. “We know of the performative parts of power (Hegemony! Hi!), the on-going upholdance of everything through the performance of everyone. The habitual dance of the ordinary, the narratives of the normal. We know how the norm functions. But […]
This event was shortlisted in the outdoor category at the 2013 Cannes Lions and it won the danish internet award the same year in the automotive category for “an incredibly smooth and product-relevant execution”. An Opel Adam was parked in a street in the center of Copenhagen. Projectors were hidden on the opposite side of […]
Thomas did the video set design for the European version of Green Days American Idiot. It opened at Malmö Opera February 2015. It had a second three month run at Cirkus,Stockholm in 2016. The stage features 4 LEDscreens, 6×3 meters each. Most live material was shot in San Fransisco. Editing, postproduction and animation was done […]
A new opera about female textile workers conditions today and a hundred years ago. The contemporary character lived through the Rana Plaza disaster in Dhaka 2013, the past character had to make a choice between handicraft and love. Swedish newspaper DN writes: When the names of all the dead are projected on stage accompanied by […]
KUBKUB did the visuals set design for PUSH 2015. PUSH is an annual summer festival, packed with electronica, ambient and industrial pop. The motto from Push is: We focus on all the independent music makers who create and seeking its audience outside the big companies medial superhighways. We urge you to pull together all the […]
A collaboration with the royal opera in Copenhagen, the danish design school, medea and others. School kids were invited to a workshop before the show. Using a kinect they acted as different animals. They could be a lion, fish, swan, rooster – etc. All ‘animal performances’ were recorded and we then mixed the kinect footage […]
An audio-visual meditation.
2016: Video backgrounds for RENT in Oslo, Norway. Projection set design. Different techniques – from displaced rendered particles to actual live footage.
Noize closing party at Babel in Malmö. KubKub teamed up with laservision to provide a dark visual backdrop to Fitzpatricks’ insistently pounding beats. We wanted to use lasers as the primary light source rather than just using them for effects. For Mr. Fitzpatricks set – lasers were the only light source in the room – […]
England was composed by Stefan Klaverdal as a part of a dance performance of Hamlet with choreographer Satoshi Kudo. It symbolises Hamlets travel to England and the transformation taking place there. In this new incarnation it is a piece of its own with a live video performance by KubKub artist Thomas Romlöv. Live performance from […]
Babel, Malmö. 40 individually mapped balloons and a lot of patience. Four meters wide. In collaboration with balloon artist extraordinaire Linda Ceccon
KubKub w/ Djuna Barnes Amager Bio We were invited by Operation Gränseløs to do a set with Copenhagen DJ Djuna Barnes. This is what came out of it. Filmed on crappy iPhones. Music by Åbäke.
Matrox 2HTG + VDMX. Venue is one large back projection screen.
North Beach, Ultracity/Rollerboys, James Fucking Friedman, DJ Erase
A new installation combining laser and projections called LSRKUB With the help of Ludvig from laservision we built a 2x1x1m cuboid. It was flewn in midair in front of the DJ booth. We used both laser and projections to achieve the effect. It looks almost 3D at times.
30 sec from our Ben Klock performance at Volt. 4 different loops were fed into 4 panels – all with continous audiocontrolled feedback.
14 different panels. Rear panels 4 meters high. Front of the DJ booth 1 meter high.
5x3x1. Theo Parrish and visual madness over big panels
400 balloons and a lot of spare time.