Mind the Brain!

Case Study: from documentary to poetic images of the self

Dancing with my brain, would that not be an unforgettable experience? With this experience, we form a poetic experience of the self - using the latest scientific models of the brain and specially developed neurosensitive virtual reality. During this session, the team behind MIND THE BRAIN demonstrates and discusses the journey from a documentary view to subjective experience. 

Kathrin Brunner, myndstorm productions
Oliver Czeslik, myndstorm productions

Sebastian Sorg, XR Hub Bavaria


The experience will premiere from 19 to 22 May at BLITZ CLUB. Tickets can be purchased here.

For press industry professionals, the experience will be available on 15 and 16 May at XR Hub. Please write us an email.





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Kathrin Brunner
Producer MIND THE BRAIN (mYndstorm productions UG)

Kathrin Brunner is Founder/ MD at mYndstorm productions, specialized on the future of narration. We curate and develop innovative digital platforms, Video on demand and events and produce and distribute feature films and neuroreactive Virtual Reality.

Oliver Czeslik
Creator/CEO (mYndstorm productions)

For Oliver, narration is adventure. Based on personal experience, his VR Installation Me & My Brain creates a shared social space, providing a new vision of the brain through art. His plays travelled internationally, e.g. “khaddafi rocks” directed by Philipp Seymore Hofmann at the Public Theatre, New York. He produced theatrical and TV feature films, mostly based on his screenplays, and shown among others on Sky Movies and ZDF and cinemas. Oliver is a frequent lecturer, among others at Deutsche Film und Fernsehakademie Berlin (dffb), and lead international workshops e.g. at Theatertreffen Berlin. Together with Kathrin Brunner, he founded mYndstorm productions to bring movement to the structures – between the galloping development in the field of film, science, VR, AI and visual Art.


Sebastian Sorg
XR HUB (Medien Bayern GmbH)

Sebastian Sorg is freelance curator and specialist for new media and funding. Before working as funding executive, he was educated as film director at the University for Television and Film Munich and studied Literature and Political Science in Heidelberg, Bologna and Berlin. He funded DOK.forum, the industry platform for innovation and upcoming talents at the International Documentary Film Festival Munich DOK.fest Munich. Sebastian realized publications and created several prizes and new matchmaking formats for the creative market as well as taking care of international cooperations and expositions for new media. Since 2015, he is working as a freelance specialist, curator, author and teacher in Germany and abroad.