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For Pynchon-Fans:
Yes, I can answer your question unmistakably: GRAVITY’S RAINBOW would be a component and not the basis of the whole project.
(excerpt from a letter to Thomas Pynchon`s agency)

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Robert Bramkamp

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Born 15 May 1961 in Münster, Germany; 1982-88 Westfälische Wilhelms University, German Literature, Linguistics; 1983-88 Art Academy of Muenster (Film); 1983-84 Training as Media Instructor at WWU; 1988 Master of Art Degree under Prof. Lutz Mommartz; 1988 State Exams in German Literature Studies, Art, Pedagogic Sciences; Since 1983 Author and director of 6 short films and 4 feature-length movies Parallel Occupational Activities as author, guest instructor and organizer of film & media events and since 1988 co-operation with Susanne Weirich for her Media Art Projects; 1988-90 Development and realization of the experimental television format „Einer Keiner Hunderttausend“ ("One No Hundred-thousand"), contracted by the Filmwerkstätten NW/Kanal 4, Cologne (with Martin Hagemann); 1993 Comprehensive solo exhibition & screening of films at the Kinemathek D.H.M, Berlin; 1993-94 Guest lecturer (video) at the University of Lüneburg (3 semesters), Kleine Sehgeschichten mit Video ("Little Optic Tales in Video"); 1994-95 Freelance writer, 'premiere' - Editorial Department: Cinema; 1995-96 Extended stay abroad in Los Angeles, CA Guest lecturer (film) at the Pasadena Art Center College of Design, "Alternative Narrative Structures in Film and Art" (with Susanne Weirich); 1998-9/2004 Instructor of feature-film directing at the Academy of Film and Television, HFF Babelsberg; 2005 Comprehensive solo exhibition & screening of films at the Munich Film Museum, Filmclub 813 Cologne, Filmart Theatre Babylon, Berlin; 2004 Development and realization of “Enki100.net”. Platform for collective and multimedia based story telling (with Susanne Weirich, supported by the Kulturstiftung des Bundes)

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