Norway, the USA, Israel, Canada or Poland - a young nurse went on world trips in the 1960s and 1970s. The old town of Gdansk, Hyde Park Beach in Chicago, cruising in Northern Europe by ship - the woman from Hanover captured all the locations on Super 8 back then.

This genuine footage is so well preserved that it has lost none of its charm to this day. And so the Hamburg stadtflimmern team has picked out the best scenes from the material. It will be presented on 50 Super 8 film projectors in two overseas containers at PHOTOPIA from September 21 to 24. "Come with us on a journey through time made possible by the great Kodachrome film material," says stadtflimmern project manager Jürgen Lossau. "According to the manufacturer Kodak, these strips have a lifespan of over 100 years." The films are fed through the projectors as loops via specially mounted metal antennas. An installation where world travels can be relived.

Lossau, who runs the analog store click & surr in Berlin-Mitte, will also be showing 100 usable Super 8 cameras from the 1970s at Photopia.