After a dizzying trip through the cosmos, we see how an astronaut is flung into space. The images originate from existing films such as Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey and the soundtrack offer no redemption.
| 4 minutes | 2016
The video muses on the museum itself and what it might become. As a montage of image and text continually interrupt each other, a voiceover speculates about what Haus der Kunst would be like if it was her museum.
| 9 minutes | 2015
Squame explores the body’s sensitive envelope, the skin. Created with the help of sugar casts, these evoke fragile landscapes in a world at the edge of abstraction.
| 5 minutes | 2015
“At the end of 2016, after a gap of 15 years circumstances led me to resume scratching directly on film. The result is a meditation on time, both radically abstract and intensely material.”
| 10 minutes | 2016
A visual poem and surrealist requiem for the Kalmyk people, who were mass-deported by the USSR from 1943 to 1957. Half of them died before they were allowed to return home.
| 6 minutes | 2016
The delirious beauty of Vintage Print arises from this trinity: photography, film, and digital image. That which, in chronological order, decisively changed and determined our perception of the world.
| 13 minutes | 2015
All Rot uses photographic reanimation to render the mundane environment of a decaying crazy golf course into a rapturous split-screen experiment in synesthetic cinema.
HONG KONG, Germany, Hong Kong
| 4 minutes | 2015
The office photocopier sees much more than we can imagine. In the darkness of the copy room anything can happen. The Copyist is the first narrative story ever made with a photocopier.
| 8 minutes | 2016
A study of light and shadows on a late summer afternoon.
| 5 minutes | 2016
A mechanical ballet set to the original tempo characterizes motion on screen at 24 (I) frames a second.
| 12 minutes | 2016
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