on a trip to china in the fall of 2011, i took this video hanging over this body of water that flows through chongqing. it was the last video i was able to export before my iMac went kerpang.
at the Frise Künstlerhaus in Hamburg, Germany. people enjoyed walking back and forth through this piece, the spectators creating the artwork in the moment.
looking into the past through a mirror, or a webcam. here the artist puts a twist on the familiar infiniteness of mirrors. since this method uses technology with delay, the large screen displays a tail of events into the past, as far as you can see. old events become blurry and eventually covered by new images. and if nothing happens for long enough it feels like you're looking into the big bang.
it goes on bikes that are broken down in the city. if they have an orange tag on them, then they're fair game. eventually the city takes the bikes and fixes them up to sell at auction. then the movement's logo will be riding all over the city: the message is out there. from stationary art to moving art
before twitter, before facebook, this little tool attempted to simplify the instant message sphere, by applying one simple rule: there can be only one message. anyone can change it, but it isn't the multitudinous shouting echoing out of these days of sharing everything. It left a cozy place of Zen on the internet to contemplate someone else's wise saying, download it to keep and replace it with yours, forever. Or until the next bum comes and replaces it with hers.
look through a peep-hole in the wood,
out through another door... and into your past.
3D video accompanied some heavy-hitting
(and some heavily hit) DJs from the scene.
some kinda prize? - 4th place for game shooting whiskey bottles (instead of swamp-hens)
a collage of bloody scenes from the game Sin,
making up the famous Sistine Chapel fresco.
for monitoring (part of the Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival)
rundgang – and revival in 2011
rundgang preis – Kunsthochschule Kassel
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