Shots from my installation at Kasseler Kunstverein in July 2021 – a QR code located inside the tent takes you to the video inside or outside (shells). The film can be watched on a smartphone while lying in the tent. The work raises questions about the intertwining of inside and outside space, accelerated by the pandemic – as well as the question of who gets to be inside and who must stay out. The exhibition by Kunsthochschule Kassel’s Graduate School for Moving Image (GBB), features several works that explore the intersection of physical and digital space. Its title, “Latenzen” (Latencies), refers to the phenomenon in which an event has already taken place, but its impact cannot be perceived until much later. It’s also a reference to the digital latencies we’ve been exposed to lately in the video calls that have served as the main channel of communication for the graduate school.
Talking with Ruth Toma about our films of the West, which were streamed on Haus-Kino, a platform hosted by the Goethe Institute of Paraguay, Uruguay, and Argentina this summer.
Since early 2021, I’ve been part of a group of research fellows in an academy called EXERCISING MODERNITY (It’s the We are/we were the future edition ...)
I’ve started research for a new project set in Israel and western Germany with the working title HAIGA. I’ve very much enjoyed learning about research endeavors between Poland, Israel, and Germany and listening to lectures on lines of thought in modern architecture and beyond by Ines Weizmann, David Crowley, and many others …
It almost sounds real... imitating dinosaur dig sounds with Jochen Jezussek and ghostly grading with Till Beckmann for my new feature, Time Before Land.
In December 2020, the Stadtschloss replica, a.k.a. Humboldt Forum, had its “online opening.” I made this poster for the Coalition of Cultural Workers against the Humboldt Forum (CCWAH) – a group that won’t participate