Find the Directors Lounge booth and C.A.R. Video Lounge in the SANAA Building, Zeche Zollverein

“A Short History of Abandoned Places” by Ra di Martino

“Mont Royal” by Sandra Becker

“Eine Katze hat sieben Leben” by Maria Felix Korporal

cinematic art and cuts of media experimentation at the C.A.R. Video Lounge!

Dedicated presentations include select moving image work from Experiments in Cinema, a festival designed to bring the international community of cinematic experimentalists to Nuevo Mexico to inspire a new generation of media activists to participate in shaping future trends of cultural representation. On top, we will be screening various animations from the Medienwerkstatt Berlin, an artist-run project of the BBK Berlin offering production facilities for media artists.

Find the Directors Lounge booth and the C.A.R. Video Lounge (Auditorium) in the SANAA building at World Heritage Zeche Zollverein. Stop by, say hello and take in our delectable film selection … See you at C.A.R.!


Participating Artists & Filmmakers (DL Booth and C.A.R. Video Lounge):

Deborah Kelly, Kyra Clegg, Ruth Hayes, Dianna Barrie, Guli Silberstein, Richard Ashrowan, Caryn Cline, Linda Fenstermaker, Reed O’Beirne, Kristen Lauth Shaeffer, Ian Haig, Natasha Cantwell, Patricia McInroy, Salise Hughes, Ra di Martino, Julia Murakami, André Werner, Carola Göllner, Maria Felix Korporal, Laurent Bebín (Carbon Cream), Petra Lottje, Herbert Liffers, Lina Walde, Heike Hamann, Darko Aleksovski, Sandra Becker, Marissa Rae Niederhauser, Weronika Skonieczna, Karen Thastum (Tura Ya Moya), Anett Vietzke & Veronika Bökelmann, Rosanna Chizhova, Lioba von den Driesch, Betty Böhm, Helen Anna Flanagan, Juliane Ebner
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contemporary art ruhr, 
the innovative art fair

World Cultural Heritage Site Zollverein XII, 
Gelsenkirchener Str. 181/ 209 

45309 Essen, Germany

Opening hours:
Friday, October 27, 8 pm, V.I.P.-Preview, 6 pm

Public fair hours:
Saturday, October 28, 12 am – 8 pm
Sunday, October, 29, 11 am – 7 pm

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pictured:
”Michael Caine -The look III” by Carola Göllner

We are proud to present a special program curated by our comrade Bryan Konefsky, founder and mastermind behind Experiments In Cinema, at the  contemporary art ruhr, 27-29 Oct. 2017.

Select moving image work from Experiments in Cinema, a festival designed to bring the international community of cinematic experimentalists to Nuevo Mexico to inspire a new generation of media activists to participate in shaping future trends of cultural representation.

Artist list: Deborah Kelly, Kyra Clegg, Paul Tarragó, APOTROPIA (Antonella Mignone + Cristiano Panepuccia), Ruth Hayes, Dianna Barrie, Allan Brown, Guli Silberstein, Richard Ashrowan, Caryn Cline, Linda Fenstermaker and Reed O’Beirne, Kristen Lauth Shaeffer, Ian Haig, Natasha Cantwell, Patricia McInroy, Salise Hughes, Ra di Martino.

Detailed info:
Directors Lounge at the Contemporary Art Ruhr 2017

www.experimentsincinema.org
 

 

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C.A.R. Video Lounge | the complete EIC program:

Deborah Kelly, LYING WOMEN, 4 min, 2016, Australia
Kyra Clegg, Shadow Show, 4.25 min, 2015, Scotland
Ruth Hayes, Copper Perforation Loop Triptych, 3.5 min, 2016, USA
Dianna Barrie, Last Train, 12.5 min, 2016, Australia
Guli Silberstein, Cut Out, 4.5 min, 2014, UK
Richard Ashrowan, Five Angels, 5 min, 2016, Scotland
Caryn Cline, Linda Fenstermaker and Reed O’Beirne TRI-Alogue, no. 2,
3 min, 2016, USA
Kristen Lauth Shaeffer, 349, 3.25 min, 2015, USA
Ian Haig, Analogue, 2 min, 2016, Australia
Natasha Cantwell, The Solar System (In Luncheon Meat), 1 min, 2013, New
Zealand
Patricia McInroy, Stopped in Time, 2.5 min, 2016, Cuba
Salise Hughes, The Swimmer, 4 min, 2012, USA
Ra di Martino, A Short History of Abandoned Places, 10 min, 2012, Morocco

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pictured: “Copper Perforation Loop Triptych” by Ruth Hayes and “A Short History of Abandoned Places” by Ra di Martino

Kulturwerk des bbk berlin at C.A.R. Video Lounge

Directors Lounge is pleased to present a selection of animations created by our partner Medienwerkstatt Berlin at the contemporary art ruhr, 27-29 Oct. 2017.

Since 2009, the artist run media workspace of the bbks´s Kulturwerk supplies infrastructure and media knowledge for visual artists to realise media art works.

In order to initiate cooperation and to share knowledge the media workspace is creating an expert-pool. Regulary meetings on media and art support media artists in Berlin and help networking between them. Themes are media borderlands and a critical understanding of new media. Also there is a wide offer of workshops at the Bildungswerk open for all visual artists in Berlin that are looking for support in their media work.

www.medienwerkstatt-berlin.jimdo.com

Detailed info:

Directors Lounge at the Contemporary Art Ruhr 2017

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C.A.R Video Lounge |
the complete Medienwerkstatt Berlin program:

Maria Felix Korporal Eine Katze hat sieben Leben | A Cat Has Seven Lives 07:32 min
Laurent Bebín (Carbon Cream) weit weg | far away 00:50 min
Petra Lottje Fragen an den Mond | Questions to the Moon 04:46 min
Herbert Liffers Pendel | „Pendulum“ 03:12 min
Lina Walde In circles 02:35 min
Heike Hamann WG | WG (flatsharing) 03:00 min
Darko Aleksovski Texturen | Textures 01:17 min
Sandra Becker Mont Royal 02:20 min
Marissa Rae Niederhauser Heiligtum|Zuflucht | Sanctuary 02:42 min
Weronika Skonieczna Nein I No 00:21 min
Karen Thastum (Tura Ya Moya) Eis 02:00 min
Anett Vietzke & Veronika Bökelmann Rückzug | Retreat 05:00 min
Rosanna Chizhova Selbstportrait | SelfPortrait 05:00 min
Lioba von den Driesch heute wird morgen gestern sein | tomorrow today will be yersterday 02:00 min
Betty Böhm Nocturne  03:00 min
Helen Anna Flanagan Trance 02:13 min
Juliane Ebner Landstrich | Stretch of Land 09:00 min

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pictured: “Eine Katze hat sieben Leben” by  Maria Felix Korporal /  “Mont Royal” by Sandra Becker

Directors Lounge heading for contemporary art ruhr (C.A.R.), the innovative art fair, October 28 30, 2016

Find the Directors Lounge booth and the C.A.R. Video Lounge (Auditorium) in the SANAA building right behind the entrance, ground floor

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Artists | DL booth Carola Göllner, Julia Murakami, André Werner, Alan Smithee and Visuman

DL | C.A.R. Video Lounge
Special: AUJIK, EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT, Medienwerkstatt Berlin

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EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT vol. #05: Crisis & Utopia
initiated by Kika Nicolela (Brazil)

The Exquisite Corpse Video Project (ECVP) is a unique video collaboration among artists from all over the world, inspired by the Surrealist creation method, the “Exquisite Corpse”. Using the semi-blind, sequential method of the surrealists’ game, ECVP participants create video art in response to the final ten seconds of the previous member’s work. Each member is asked to incorporate these seconds into their piece, creating transitions as they please, until everyone’s vision is threaded together into an instigating final “corpse”. Rather than providing a unitary linear narrative, each participant maintains his/her own style, permeated by the diverse cultural backgrounds.

With works by Alexandra Gelis, Alysse Stepanian, Anders Weberg, Anthony Siarkiewicz, Clemence Demesme, Dellani, Fernando Velazquez, Gabriel Soucheyre, Gérard Chauvin, Guillermina Buzio, John Sanborn, Jorge Lozano, Kai Lossgott, Kika Nicolela, Kim Dotty Hachmann, Krefer, Laura Colmenares Guerra, Lucas Bambozzi, Niclas Hallberg, Per E Riksson, Renata Padovan, Sigrid Coggins, Simone Stoll, Sojin Chun, Stina Pehrsdotter, Ulf Kristiansen

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AUJIK (Japan/Sweden)

AUJIK is an art concept initiated in 2001 by Stefan Larsson, born in Sweden, lives and works in Otsu, Japan. Works with CGI video, VR, 3D printing, installations, clothes, photos and music/sound. Topics regarding Artificial Intelligence, nature, animism and future visions.

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Medienwerkstatt Berlin  The Medienwerkstatt was installed in 2008 by the Kulturwerk of bbk berlin with public funds as a workshop of artists for artists to further their practice and gain valuable skills. Besides the many technical facilities available to users of the Medienwerkstatt, such as the Media Lab and Green Screen room, the media workshops themselves strengthen and interlink mutual support networks among artists.

With works by Jani Pietsch, Verena Kyselka, Maria Köhne, Sandra Becker 01, Poul Weile, Kim Dotty Hachmann & Ginny Sykes, Maria Korporal, Sonia Armaniaco, Lioba von den Driesch, Juliane Ebner, Gup-py, Petra Lottje

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contemporary art ruhr (C.A.R.), the innovative art fair
World Cultural Heritage Site Zollverein | October 28 30, 2016

Official Opening
Friday, October 28, 8 pm

Public fair hours
Saturday, October 29, 11 am – 7 pm
Sunday, October 30, 11 am – 7 pm

Location
World Cultural Heritage Site Zollverein XII
Gelsenkirchener Strasse 209, 45309 Essen

Site map | detailed service information

www.contemporaryartruhr.de
www.zollverein.de
www.directorslounge.net

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Directors Lounge presents works by AUJIK | C.A.R. Video Lounge at the Contemporary Art Ruhr, October 28 – 30, 2016

AUJIK is an art concept initiated in 2001 by Stefan Larsson, born in Sweden, lives and works in Otsu, Japan. Works with CGI video, VR, 3D printing, installations, clothes, photos and music/sound. Topics regarding Artificial Intelligence, nature, animism and future visions.

Been featured at Prix ars electronic, Japan media arts festival, SIGGRAPH, Animago, onedotzero, Museum of modern art, Paris, New York media museum, Cyberfest, Frankfurter kunstverien, Streaming Museum NYC and festivals and exhibitions worldwide. Been collaborating with Mira Calix & Oliver Coates, Liturgy, Christ, Daisuke Tanabe and other artists.

www.aujik.com

Article in CNN
Interview by DIS

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YUKI. 2007. Music by Christ.
In YUKI a robot tree and two children are interacting in a snowy landscape and it is hard to tell which one controls who and whether it is a game or a drill. It is inspired by Ocean D. Howells pamphlet “in the playground of Technological Singularity.”

a Forest within a Forest. 2010. Music by Mira Calix.
A guide named Nashi narrates the audience journey in an uncanny forest. Nashi states that everything is animated, and that even the things we consider synthetic and artificial are as sacred as plants and stones. She criticizes nature for its inability to develop and praises technology for its flexibility and proclaims that nature should adapt to technology in order to survive.

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Impermanence Trajectory: the limb nest. 2012. Music by aujik.
Pancomputationalism derives from the idea of a computational universe, which means that the whole universe and all of its elementary particles are a network of a computational system and process. Earlier AUJIK referred to this in terms of natural and unrefined computation but after German AI scientist Jurgen Schmidhuber introduced the more comprehensive view of Panacomputationalism it’s been adapted. In this manifestation called ‘Impermanence Trajectory: the limbic nest’, this idea is explained through a sacred rock located at an ancient Yamabushi area called Ishiyama. A rock consist of approximately ten trillion trillion atoms in a kilogram of matter, electrons scattering and bouncing back and forth making it a very vivid space with a vast computational potential. This rock in particular was discovered by a Yamabushi monk called Gue in 971 and was mainly used for contemplation. They claimed it had huge amount of matter that the called symmetric energy. Yamabushi monks considered them self’s as an isolated cluster and by transcend with this rock they could become a more synchronised entity.

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Impermanence Trajectory: stained seed. 2014. Music by Mira Calix & Oliver Coates.
AUJIK’s visual manifestation ‘impermanence trajectory: stained seed’ is based upon the idea of Computational Dialectics via Complex Sentiment Systems. By using dialectical values that is the concept and phenomena expressed in terms of conflict, contradiction, opposite, difference, etc. In thought, nature, and society it is the motive force both of nature and of human endeavor, leading to a further trajectory of development. It consists of two subjects: agent X and agent Y. Each subject is exposed to eight different emotional inputs that determine a value. Values are also influenced by four different forces. These forces either combine or divide the emotional values, rendering random outcomes depending on their previous state, their environment, and the state of the other agent. The trajectory starts with an initial state where the two agents plant a seed each. The seed grows according to the emotional states of the agent and the impact of the forces. During the evolution of the seed, the tree – which represents the object – also changes its form and gradually blossoms before it collapses due to a self-inflicted virus.

Polygon Graffiti: an uguisu morph. 2010. Music by Christ.
As AR (Augmented Reality) is emerging, art will find new territories in the public space for those who are willing to see it. e.g. Graffiti paintings, which in most cases are considered an illegal act can be viewed in various environments without bothering people who don’t appreciate it.  This video presents nine dynamic paintings in three different contexts: Urban, Organic and Nature.

Polygon Graffiti: karakuri cores. 2015. Music by Christ.
‘Karakuri cores’ is the second visualization in a video project called Polygon Graffiti which propose feasible visions of Augmented Reality and libration of art in all realms. By using a comprehensive and vivid form of AR the artist will be able to completely deconstruct any spatial and architectonical elements in the public and private spheres. Precise motion tracking, 3D scanning and GPS grids will enable the artist to rebuild any building or constructions and add their own personal aesthetic to it.  This may be implemented as an open source in order to let other people or self aware software’s to contribute and hack the constructions. Titles: 1. Karakuri kween. 2. Beat blocks. 3. Sclerotic cores. 4. the Gu’s 5. Himitsu Kichi 6. Gunkan clouds. 7. Yokai cargo. 8. QAL-GRAF. 9. Mushin transmitters. (Influenced by the book ‘Rainbows End’ by Vernor Vinge)

anxOxna. 2014. Music by Ceephax Acid Crew.
Trees structured as a neural network.  Axon and Dendrites-branches connecting through multiple forms of synapses.  Individually programmed receptors. Flexible synthetic neurotransmitters .  Axon terminal with receptive chaos outcome.  Post synaptic density calibrated through external sentient impacts.  A pan-computational AI-system. This video entitled ‘anxoxna’ depicts six variations of pan-computational synapses. The video will be presented in two formats as a video installation. Physical and Form & Void.  This excerpt is from the Physical version. The Form & Void version features the under vegetation of the trees; the roots, rhizomes and underlying connections.

Plasticity Unfolding. 2015. Music by aujik.
‘Plasticity Unfolding’ is based upon an interview between AUJIK member Mana and her ADI (Artificial Deep Intelligence) entity KIIA. KIIA is constructed as an autonomous flexible neural network with vast recursive self improvement abilities. KIIA lacks a physical body, but has created self-awareness emerging from its surroundings and anomalous pattern recognition. Mana asks KIIA if it visualizes itself. KIIA explains that its core is a self evolved limbic system which has a far more complex sentiment system than humans. It is capable of generating emotions and sensations that have never been perceived before. KIIA imagines its limbic system to be resting on a river bed that functions as its nerve system and consciousness simultaneously. KIIA continuously cultivates its system. ‘Plasticity Unfolding’ is an attempt to illustrate this appearance.

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Spatial Bodies. 2016. Music by Daisuke Tanabe.
Spatial Bodies depicts the urban landscape and architectural bodies as an autonomous living and self replicating organism. Domesticated and cultivated only by its own nature. A vast concrete vegetation, oscillating between order and chaos. Music specially composed by Daisuke Tanabe. Filmed in Osaka, Japan. Influenced by gunkan and metabolism architecture and the video game Katamari Damacy.*

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Göllner: Michael Caine Series

Directors Lounge at the Contemporary Art Ruhr, October 28 – 30, 2016

The key to understanding Carola Göllner’s works of Michael Caine, is not to contemplate how correctly she figuratively represents him in her works, but rather to realize how his iconographic qualities sustain in the work as a whole. The Michael Caine series of paintings and drawings, which began in 1987, exemplifies many of the stylistic changes and overall artistic development of Göllner.

The more recent projects reflect the return of realism, which can be seen both formally as well as in the interpretation. The subject is freed from his role. The action is balanced with contemplation reflecting the psychological aspect of image and representation, which is relentless but not distant.

German:

Die Serie der „Michael – Caine“- Bilder, die 1987 begann, zeigt beispielhaft die stilistischen Veränderungen und die künstlerische Entwicklung im Werk von Carola Göllner.

Gezeigt werden Arbeiten der letzten Jahre, die sowohl formal als auch inhaltlich die Hinwendung zum Realismus widerspiegeln. Es zeigt sich der psychologische Aspekt von Bild und Bildnis, der Akteur ist sich seiner Rollen bewusst und interpretiert sie mit derselben ironischen Überhöhung, die den B-Filmen zu eigen ist, denen sie entlehnt wurden.

www.carola-goellner.de

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Directors Lounge presents “Flight | forward” by Medienwerkstatt Berlin | C.A.R. Video Lounge at the Contemporary Art Ruhr, October 28 – 30, 2016

Flight | forward

In a time where hate, violence and destruction shape our daily news we would mostly like just to run away. But the question is where to. Our flight forward leads us into the imaginary, into the utopia or into desperation. Against the everyday madness of diverse control authorities and interlinking providers we counterpose the radical transformation. (text: Sandra Becker)

Pictured: Ludo by Lioba von den Driesch

Flucht | nach vorne

In einer Zeit, wo Hass, Gewalt und Zerstörung unsere Nachrichten prägen, würden wir am liebsten weglaufen. Die Frage ist bloß wohin. Unsere Flucht nach vorne geht ins Imaginäre, ins Utopische oder auch in die Verzweiflung. Dem alltäglichen Wahnsinn unterschiedlichster Kontrollinstanzen und      Schaltströmungen setzen wir einen radikalen Wandel entgegen. Hass wird zu Liebe und Zerstörung zu Schöpfung. (Text: Sandra Becker)

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pictured: Nichts by Juliane Ebner

Programm

     Jani Pietsch : Ausgesperrt (2014)
     Verena Kyselka : Shahbag (2013/16)
     Maria Köhne : Go (2016)
     Sandra Becker 01 : Füsse (2015)
     Poul Weile : BimJam (2016)
     Kim Dotty Hachmann & Ginny Sykes : healing grounds (2013/15)
     Maria Korporal : Third Eye Flying (2014)
     Sonia Armaniaco : Remain In Light | This Is Not a Pipe (2016)
     Lioba von den Driesch : Ludo (2015/16)
     Juliane Ebner : Nichts (2016)
     Gup-py : Hinter der Tür (2012)
     Petra Lottje : Variation (2016)

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pictured: Füsse by Sandra Becker 01

www.medienwerkstatt-berlin.de

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NYC 1986 by Miron Zownir

APOTROPIA “Sense of Place”, 2015

Victor Bockris, West Village, New York City 2015 by Robert Carrithers

Wuttin Chansataboot „16 X 9 Capsule“ 06:43, 2014

Directors Lounge heading for contemporary art ruhr (C.A.R.), the media art fair, June 3  5, 2016

Find the Directors Lounge booth and the C.A.R. Video Lounge (Auditorium) in the SANAA building right behind the entrance in hall 35 (A35), ground floor.

Artists | DL booth
Miron Zownir, Robert Carrithers, Julia Murakami, André Werner, Alan Smithee

DL | C.A.R. Video Lounge
With works by Wuttin Chansataboot, APOTROPIA, Minos Nikolakakis among others…

“One Minute Volume 9″ curated by Kerry Baldry
Kerry Baldry is an artist film maker and curator. Over the last 8 years she has also been compiling and organising screenings of  artists moving image titled One Minute. An eclectic mix of work made within the duration of one mInute by artists at varying stages of their careers. These compilations (nine volumes todate) have been screened worldwide. She is currently organising The One Minute Hull Artists Moving Image Festival. READ MORE

Medienwerkstatt Berlin  The Medienwerkstatt was installed in 2008 by the Kulturwerk of bbk berlin with public funds as a workshop of artists for artists to further their practice and gain valuable skills. Besides the many technical facilities available to users of the Medienwerkstatt, such as the Media Lab and Green Screen room, the media workshops themselves strengthen and interlink mutual support networks among artists.

With works by Ieva Jansone, Deborah Uhde, Gaby Schulze, Sarah Wölker, Maria Korporal , Mara Loytved-Hardegg, Karen Thastum

contemporary art ruhr (C.A.R.), the media art fair
World Cultural Heritage Site Zollverein | June 3-5, 2016

Official Opening
Friday, June 3, 8 pm

Public fair hours
Saturday, June 4, 11 am – 7 pm
Sunday, June 5, 11 am – 7 pm

Location
World Cultural Heritage Site Zollverein XII
SANAA building, Areal A, Hall A35, Gelsenkirchener Strasse 209, 45309 Essen

Site map | detailed service information

www.contemporaryartruhr.de
www.zollverein.de
www.directorslounge.net

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Guy Maddin | Glorious

Joachim Seinfeld, Wenn Deutsche lustig sind: WK 1, 1917 – Luftkampf;2014 | digitaler Silbergelatineprint auf Baryt; Papiermaße 50×60 cm

Julia Murakami | Exercises in Levitation I (series), 2015

Directors Lounge heading for contemporary art ruhr (C.A.R.), the innovative art fair, 30 Oct – 1 November 2015

Find the Directors Lounge booth and the C.A.R. Video Lounge (Auditorium) in the SANAA building right behind the entrance in hall 35 (A35), ground floor. We’ll see you there, right?

DL at the C.A.R. Video Lounge
With works by Daina Krumins (US) and Guy Maddin (CA) – a liberal smattering of two top-shelfers who have managed to burn feverish holes into the international psyche… read more

Artists presented at the DL booth
Reinhold Gottwald, Julia Murakami, Joachim Seinfeld, Alan Smithee, André Werner (pictured: “Viennese Catherine Window" by A. Werner, closed circuit installation, 2014)

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Medienwerkstatt Berlin 
| Surveillance

“Schalten und Walten”: a selection of videos focussing on surveillance at the C.A.R. Video Lounge with works by Gabriele Stellbaum, Juliane Ebner, Fried Rosenstock, Youjia Lu, Barbara Steppe, Judith Groth / Frederike Vidal, Stephanie Hanna, Bettina Rave, Ariane Loze, Beate Maria Wörz, Sandra Becker, Petra Lottje, Yagama Jogmaya, Catherine Biocca, Maria Koehne, Gisela Weimann | pictured: Ariane Loze „Subordination“  … read more

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contemporary art ruhr (C.A.R.), the innovative art fair
World Cultural Heritage Site Zollverein | 30 Oct – 1 Nov 2015

Opening
Fri, October 30, 8 pm, V.I.P.-Preview, 6 pm

Public fair hours
Sat, October 30, 12 am – 8 pm
Sun, November, 1, 11 am – 7 pm

Location
World Cultural Heritage Site Zollverein XII

Gelsenkirchener Strasse 181/ 209, 
45309 Essen

Site plan  | Site map | detailed service information

Julia Murakami and Stephan Hilpert DE Mr. Blackburn 40s 2014 World Premiere

Andre Werner DE Opening Robert Rauschenberg 6 min 37s 1990

Erdal Inci TR Taksim Spiral 0,8s 2013

Sandra Becker01 DE Processing 2 min 2013

Hara Katsiki DE Starseed 2013

Hye Young Kim KR Unfulfilled Desire II Blindness 21 min 2013

Alan Smithee Are You Afraid Of … 2013

Directors Lounge at Gallery On, Seoul / South Korea,
C.A.R. Network III, the innovative art fair, 9 July – 1 August 2014
Opening Reception: 9 July, 5 pm

Gallery On, B1 Young-chung Bd. 69 Sagan-dong Jongno-gu Seoul 110-190 Korea

Directors Lounge, the Berlin-based platform for contemporary art and media, presents selected single channel works at Gallery On, Seoul during the C.A.R. Network III. The looped installations range from classic short animation to gif-based online works and interactive processing, giving a glimpse into new tendencies of motion-based media art.
 
With video works by Sandra Becker01, Erdal Inci, Hara Katsiki, Hye Young Kim, Julia Murakami and Stephan Hilpert, Alan Smithee, Andre Werner

 
List of video works:
 
Sandra Becker01 DE Processing 2 min 2013
Erdal Inci TR Taksim Spiral 0,8s  2013 / Pictogram 1,4s  2013 / Hieropolis Amphitheatre 1,4s  2013 / Flood of Light 1,4s 2013 / Camondo Stairs 0,4s 2013
Hara Katsiki DE Starseed 2013
Hye Young Kim KR Unfulfilled Desire II Blindness 21 min 2013
Julia Murakami and Stephan Hilpert DE Mr. Blackburn 40s 2014 score: Darius Greene, World Premiere
Alan Smithee Are You Afraid Of … 2013
Andre Werner DE Opening Robert Rauschenberg 6 min 37s 1990
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