„music onscreen - media flow. videoventure on electronic music. pt. V“
– exhibition with a screening-programm
Opening Friday, October 26, 2007 at 8 pm
Venue: fluctuating images e.V., Jakobstr. 3, Stuttgart
Duration: October 26 to November 11, 2007
Opening hours: Thursday 6–8 pm, Saturday and Sunday 4–6 pm, free entry
With videos by Isabell Spengler and Daniel Adams (Berlin), Ola
Simonsson & Johannes Stjärne Nilsson (Stockholm), Max Philipp Schmid
(Basel), Beate Zurwehme (Bad Homburg / New York), Aleksandar Nesic
(Stuttgart), Alfred 23 Harth (Seoul), Kamil Goehrlich (Stuttgart),
Robert Heel (Berlin), Benjamin B. Kinsley (Pittsburgh), Art Damage
(Cincinatti) and Marina Abramovic (New York).
The exhibition series "media flow. videoventure on electronic music" is
dedicated to visual music as a phenomenon of contemporary artistic
production. The exhibition series aims to present current trends in the
field of visual music.
The fifth part is following a current trend: making music and playing
instruments on screen - which is a sign for music videos - is entering
visual music, not as simulation (as in music videos) but by cutting and
editing process. The result is music based on filmic procedures.
Thanks for curatorial advice: Peter Weibel (Karlsruhe).
The series is curated by Cornelia and Holger Lund.
Supported by KDF Karlsruher Design-Förderung gGmbH
Lola Montez e.V. http://lola-montez.org
ENBW Kulturstiftung and Kulturamt der Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart.