Eva Meyer and Eran Schaerf
Freitag 14. September 2016, 24 Uhr (Midnight), Eintritt frei!
Christoph Girardet and Matthias Müller have been successfully collaborating since their found footage work, Phoenix Tapes, a high-profile contribution to Notorious – Alfred Hitchcock and Contemporary Art at the Oxford Museum of Modern Art in 1999. Phoenix Tapes was premiered at the Venice International Film Festival. Their works almost always use found footage and operate at the intersection of cinema and visual art. Their film and video works function as distillations of cinematic history, using the principle of found footage to pose questions about the representational level of film imagery as well as to reflect on the methods of depiction and technological conditions of cinema as a medium. Not least, the snipped emotion in their works provide a substratum for our own desires, fears, dreams and projections.
|Christoph Girardet and Matthias Müller present:
Christoph Girardet, Scratch, 2001, 5:00 min
Join us for a coming together with the artists from 10pm – midnight at SAUERS CAFÉ (opposite to Babylon)