The german engineer Konrad Zuse is being recognized as the constructor of the first functioning digital computer. In 1941 his model Z3 was already functioning and was to be the first freely programmable, digital calculating machine in the world. 
Zuse had his own thoughts on the computer's presence and future and is part of a history of ideas which nearly outran us today in the period of digitalization.
Direction and animation of the short animated video. Script and co-direction: Rosa Eidelpes.
Additional animations by Benjamin Hohnheiser, Rafa Calleja Orallo, Georg Scherlin.
Commissioned by Prof. Raúl Rojas, FU Berlin.

Screened at Tricky Women Festival 2012 and Cinema Next, Austria. 

Art Direction, Animation, Graphic Design
Berlin, Germany.