Production of an 2D, and stereoscopic 3D Short-Films


Director and Sci-Art Producer of the short film "Digital Medicine, Arts, and STEAM: BEFORE US LIES ETERNERDY," jointly with Alexander Köhn and Mathias Neugebauer


Recognized the second year in a row by the scientific documentary industry: winning the “Industry Award for Best Infographic” at the Raw Science Film Festival 2019 in Los Angeles.

The short-film offers an artistic, large-scale immersive experience in the stereoscopic 3D theatre Deep Space 8K and simultaneously at the Media Art Nexus. The project was realized at Fraunhofer MEVIS in collaboration with artists Ina Conradi and Mark Chavez, Media Art Nexus at NTU Singapore.The movie shows different scales of the human body, from digitized microscopic lymphoma tissue examined with the molecular cytogenetic technique Fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) to detect abnormal changes in DNA, to 3D reconstructions of two vessel systems of a liver used in patient-specific intervention planning as well as a whole-body MRI. It is based exclusively on real medical data.

Image: The ETERNERDY shown at the Media Art Nexus in Singapore, Copyright Quek Jia Liang



Director and Sci-Art Producer of short film "Beauty of Blood Flow Analysis," jointly with Alexander Köhn and Mathias Neugebauer


The short film received the Industry Award for Best Immersive Media at the Raw Science Film Festival, California. January 2018.


This film shows the dynamic reconstruction of the blood flow of a healthy human heart. It is a special vortex half-dome edit, based on a longer 3D stereoscopic version Virtual Journey Through The Heart I produced at Fraunhofer MEVIS for the Deep Space 8K, Ars Electronica Science Center. New imaging methods for flow visualizations as shown are integrated into software assistants to help doctors determine how the blood flow changes due to heart diseases without using a catheter. They help calculate how the blood pressure and shear forces on the wall of the blood vessels change for patients with heart valve problems.

Images: ETERNERDY, Copyright Quek Jia Liang, (left and right), 360 half dome edit Beauty of Blood Flow Analysis, Copyright Fraunhofer MEVIS

ETERNERDY at MAN, Singapore,  Copyright Quek Jia Liang.jpg
Immersive Instllation Beauy of Blood Flow Analysis, Copyright Fraunhofer
ETERNERDY at MAN, Singapore,  Copyright Quek Jia Liang



Artist Residency Program STEAM Imaging


Design and lead of the artist-in-residency program ”STEAM Imaging” as a conceptual framework for fostering meaningful cooperative engagement of scientists, school students, and artists to break down disciplinary boundaries and explore flexible forms of learning and cooperation, realized together with the mathematician Sabrina Haase, starting in 2017.

Residend: Eli Joteva (US), 2020

Delighted to announce the beginning of "STEAM Imaging III,"an interdisciplinary exploration of digital medicine and the human body, jointly hosted with Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria, in collaboration with the International Fraunhofer Talent School Bremen and the UCLA ArtSci Center, Los Angeles, USA.

Residend: Yen Tzu Chang (TW), 2017

STEAM imaging is an artist residency jointly hosted by the Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Imaging MEVIS in Bremen, Germany, and Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria in collaboration with the International Fraunhofer Talent School Bremen within the European Digital Art and Science Network.

Image: At the STEAM workshop, Copyright Martin Hieslmair

At the 'STEAM Imaging' workshop, Copyright Martin Hieslmair
6. Pupils-Performance, Copyright Martin Hieslmair


Production of an Interactive Hands-On Installations


Production of an Art Installation Explaining the Function of the Brain

Project development of the project ”Poking Florian,” an interactive installation produced in 2013, based on a furniture sized one, realized at Fraunhofer MEVIS in 2011, exploring 3D print material and analog-digital interfaces.

By touching the dots on Florian’s brain, the nerve fibers appear on the iPad and show which part of his body is controlled by them.




Production of an Interactive Hands-On Exhibit


Project development of the project “Image Man,” a life-size figure that comprises ten segments produced at Fraunhofer MEVIS in 2015 for the Universum Science Center Bremen.


At the center of the installation is a touch screen showing the beating heart. By touching, visitors can interactively navigate through the results of different imaging methods. The body parts depicted on the segments were produced with different imaging methods.

Images: Poking Florian, Image Man, Copyright Fraunhofer MEVIS

Interactive Exhibit Image Man at the Universum Science Center, Bremen, Copyright Fraunhofer MEVIS
Interactive Exhibit Poking Florian, Copyright Fraunhofer MEVIS



Exploring Body Language at the Intersection of Real and Virtual World

"Experience is only half of human existence. The others half is what hasn't been experienced, yet. Experience and possibilities are twins. Maybe the dance lives from raising these kids."
Saburo Teshigawara


Create Free, Conscious, Lively Effects as Moving Artwork

”I'm not interested in how people move, but what moves them.” 
Pina Bausch


Dancer and project developer for the usage of a moving sensitive software Kami Arizuki, including UX interaction concept, which allowed dancers to enhance their body appearance visually. It was the result of cooperation with the software architect Alexander Köhn in 2011. In several experimental settings together with performance dancers trained by Matthias Früh we explored the requirements and built a user interface to create different presets for the visual enhancements, the so called Kami.


The resulting exhibition ”Jetzt ist ein anderes Jetzt “ in cooperation with the photographer Hannah Klatt offered visitors the screening of my dance performance SELF and three moments: static experimental photographs; photographs that were brought into a state of movement and expanded into a virtual reality; and finally the appearance of the visitors themselves, who could virtually enhance their bodies, showing live at a wall, through their movements.

Image: Dance Performance Dream

Take Care, Dance Performance
Surprise, Dance Performance
Dream, Dance Performance



Research in Body Language and Bioacoustics

Researcher on bioacoustics and body language in short-finned pilot whales. These research results have contributed to a code of conduct and specific protective measures for pilot whales in the Atlantic off the Canary Islands. I collected field data in 1994, 1996, 2001 and analysed and published the outcome of three field studies. During my studies (Biology, Diploma and Comparative Religion, Diploma) I focused on the evolution of communication, symbolic and ritual-symbolic communication, the biological roots of culture, language and religion and Inter-species interaction.


I developed and managed with my colleagues a program for children with a wide range of physical and mental impairments. To offer the liberating experience of hearing and feeling the sounds of dolphins underwater, without the need to travel out to sea. This includes the integration of underwater sound, aquatic bodywork and coaching for parents. Based on my previous scientific fieldwork, I recorded the sound of short finned pilot whales in the Atlantic Sea.​

Images: Field research, Copyright Behr, Hofmann, Scheer

Bianka Hofmann, Field Recording
Pilot Whale, Copyright Behr, Hofmann and Scheer
Field Research, Copyright Behr, Hofmann and Scheer