Tobias Bieseke was born in Kassel. He has been a student in the Film & Sound program at the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts since 2008 (studying under Prof. Dubini, Harald Opel, Prof. Adolf Winkelmann, Prof. J. U. Lensing, and Prof. Hacker) and has participated in symposiums and lecture events at the invitation of Prof. Hans Ulrich Werner. The author of several experimental films and short narrative films, he has also worked on two anthology features, an animated film, and a music documentary about the Harry Partch premiere at the 2013 Ruhrtriennale. His films have been shown at art shows and film festivals in Rome, Vienna, Heidelberg, Milan, Erie, Paris, Bochum, Madrid, and Pompano Beach. He is currently working as a research assistant at the Dortmunder U, where he studies digital visual worlds and their interactions with sound and space. In 2017 he successfully completed his master studies at the FH Dortmund. After that he started working as a scientific assistant at the kiU Lab of the FH Dortmund. Since November 2018 he is doing his doctorate at the KHM in Cologne.
Nucleus is a story whose characters search for knowledge in the microcosm, as well as in the macrocosm and in themselves. So, on the one hand, we have the search in the smallest part, the atom, the judgment or primordial core that conditions and influences existence. On the other hand, we have the plane that extends beyond our horizon and makes us search in the macrocosm. We fill this space only with our hypotheses and fantasies. Therefore, the protagonist Falk seeks the comparison, to the proof of the general theory of relativity, which Arthur Eddington 1919 on the island Principe has yielded. The story should work on several levels, questioning reality, but also creating connections on a visual and playful level that have not yet been told. Thus microcosm and macrocosm are related, inside and outside, happiness and destiny, as well as time and space. Nucleus is a small compact story that can do a lot. The audience gets the opportunity to read the film on various levels. So it can see the history of interpersonal relationships, a scientist fighting with himself, as a thriller or as a media-theoretical reflection.