"For the opera The Jew of Malta (2002) by André Werner, cross-sections of virtual architecture were projected as clipping planes onto large, angled projection screens. The architecture was generated in real-time and contingent not just on the music but also on the position of the protagonist (Machiavelli),” said TK. “This relationship linked the story and architecture on stage. The costumes were also computer-generated via a specially developed tracking system that produced digital masks in real-time and projected ‘media costumes’ with precision onto the singers. The dynamic costume textures opened the inner realm of the singers to the imagination of the viewers. The project was sponsored by ZKM, Karlsruhe."