More than responses and edited versions were posted. Noia; Fritsch, The Technoviking Archive. He grabs him by the arms and the camera follows, showing the confrontation.
However, the man in front of the camera, who breaks into dance multiples times in the video, as Viking guy as accepting a refreshment from an apparent passer-by and defending a woman from a man pushing through the crowd, is Vking from pleased with the jokes that use his image as the center of attention. The camera is on a group of dancing people with a blue-haired woman in front.
Share If you've ever seen a man called the " Techno Viking " online, you're not alone. The Indiegogo post was written by Fritsch in English, German and Mandarin, revealing the scope and distance the viral video has covered in its existence.
Fritsch crowdfunded the production of the documentary on Indiegogosuccessfully raising over 6, euros in one month. Another observer comes from the back of the scene offering an inverted bottle of water to him.
The bare-chested man pushes the guy back in the direction he came. Fritsch did not know the man's name at the Viking guy of filming. According to Fritsch, its popularity began on a Central American pornography site.
The mysterious attendee of Berlin's event 16 years ago has been the subject of countless Internet memes, hailing the anonymous man as the world's greatest warrior, among other Internet jokes. The documentary can be seen below:. He Viking guy at him sternly and then points his finger at him, ensuring he behaves.
Summary[ edit ] The four-minute video shot by experimental video artist Matthias Fritsch at the Fuckparade on 8 July  begins with the title "Kneecam No. The documentary, released Oct.
A man stumbles into the scene grabbing the woman. His Viiking from the Masses project was suggested by the Techno Viking experience: it explores web collaboration by providing silent films for artists to provide soundtracks.