Yadegar Asisi has been creating the biggest Panoramas in the world since 2003. Born in Vienna and raised in Saxony, he has lived in Berlin since 1979 where he holds a unique position as an artist who has transferred the 19th century historical Panorama into the digital age. In 1993, he rediscovered this art form while working on the exhibition "Sehsucht – The Panorama as a 19th century mass entertainment" in the Bundeskunsthalle in Bonn. Since then, Asisi has continued to draw on the possibilities of this medium, making use of digital image processing to create a new affinity between photography and painting. The thematic diversity of his works ranges from cityscapes, via natural environments through to contemporary historical events. His works, with their three-dimensional effect of a simulation on a 1:1 scale, can be viewed as hyper-realistic art spaces.