Morgan Fisher, The aspect ratio pieces - European Standard Widescreen 1.66:1 (2004)
Morgan Fisher, The aspect ratio pieces - European Standard Widescreen 1.66:1 (2004)
Morgan Fisher, The aspect ratio pieces - European Standard Widescreen 1.66:1 (2004)
Morgan Fisher
The aspect ratio pieces - European Standard Widescreen 1.66:1, 2004

Between frames

14.9. – 13.11.2016
FAHRBEREITSCHAFT, Berlin

Edgar Arceneaux, Cezary Bodzianowski, Carol Bove, Donald Evans, Morgan Fisher, Douglas Gordon, Rodney Graham, Wade Guyton, Isabell Heimerdinger, Christian Jankowski, Oliver Laric, Jonathan Monk, Karthik Pandian, Mathias Poledna, Stephen Prina, Daragh Reeves, Christopher Roth, Markus Schinwald, Simon Starling, Danh Vō, Christopher Williams, Johannes Wohnseifer, David Zink Yi

Eröffnung: 11.09.2016, 17 Uhr

als ergänzung zum kunstfilm-festival artist films at kino international präsentierten wir in der FAHRBEREITSCHAFT zeitgleich künstlerische arbeiten, die als requisiten entweder einen direkten bezug zum film haben oder dessen technische bedingungen thematisieren. beispiele hierfür sind das objekt aus dem film von markus schinwald zur biennale in venedig (untitled (legs # 8), 2009), der spiegel im kinoleinwandformat von morgan fisher (the aspect ratio pieces – european standard widescreen 1.66:1, 2004) oder der zerschnittene dracula-film von daragh reeves (dracula – tod browning, 2003).

sehr nah am thema film sind auch die arbeiten von isabell heimerdinger, unter anderem die arbeit, in der udo kier beobachtet wird, während er sich den film andy warhol’s dracula aus dem jahr 1974 von paul morrissey anschaut, in dem er selbst als hauptdarsteller mitgespielt hat (i was andy warhol’s dracula, 2000).

karthik pandian und mathias poledna zerschnitten einen 35-mm-film und behandeln die einzelnen bilder (frames) wie dias: sie zeigen diese so extrem verlangsamt, dass nur ein bild pro tag zu sehen ist und eine sekunde film vierundzwanzig ausstellungstage in anspruch nimmt (1991, 2010).

die ausstellung zeigte auch arbeiten, die geschichten erzählen und handlungsabläufe chronologisch dokumentieren wie die arbeit von rodney graham, der die möbel in den zimmern der gebrüder grimm umräumt (interiors, the berlin studies of jacob and wilhelm grimm, 1992) oder telemistica, 2000, in der christian jankowski eine wahrsagerin im italienischen fernsehen zum erfolg seines neuesten kunstwerkes befragt, das genau ebendiese befragung zum gegenstand hat.

es waren aber nicht nur geschlossene handlungsabläufe zu sehen; viele werke stellten auch fragen, deren antwort sich nicht von selbst erschloss: rätselhaften fotos aus dem vietnam der siebzigerjahre von danh vō (archive of dr. joseph m. carrier 1962–1973, 2010)? in welchen sammlungen sind christopher williams’ fotos von schweizer stauseen gelandet (simon starling, by night the swiss (…) (after christopher williams / after jean-luc godard), 2005)? woher stammen die bücher, die carol bove aufgestapelt hat (tower of the prophet, 2002)? was hat es mit den briefmarken von donald evans auf sich (tropides islands (a series of three stamps), 1977 und sabot – poisonous mushrooms (a series of eight stamps), 1973)? was ist mit dem stuhlrahmen passiert, den wade guyton bearbeitet hat (untitled action sculpture (breuer), 2003)?

hinter all diesen fragen verbergen sich geschichten, für deren beantwortung filme „im kopf“ ablaufen müssen. um diese filme „zu sehen“, braucht man also nicht nur fakten, sondern auch fantasie; allerdings nicht unbedingt eine halluzinogene unterstützung wie beim zusammenbau des rietveld stuhls on johannes wohnseifer (psilocybin experience, 2000).

axel haubrok

Between Frames, Installationsansicht
Between Frames, Installationsansicht
Between Frames, Installationsansicht
Between Frames
Installationsansicht
Links: Danh Vō, Archive of Dr. Joseph M. Carrier 1962-73, (2010); Rechts: Carol Bove, Tower of the prophet (2002)
Links: Danh Vō, Archive of Dr. Joseph M. Carrier 1962-73, (2010); Rechts: Carol Bove, Tower of the prophet (2002)
Links: Danh Vō, Archive of Dr. Joseph M. Carrier 1962-73, (2010); Rechts: Carol Bove, Tower of the prophet (2002)
Links: Danh Vō
Archive of Dr. Joseph M. Carrier 1962-73, 2010

Rechts: Carol Bove
Tower of the prophet, 2002
danh vō, 20. 1. 1861 last letter of saint théophane venard to his father before he was decapitated copied by phung vō (2014)
danh vō, 20. 1. 1861 last letter of saint théophane venard to his father before he was decapitated copied by phung vō (2014)
danh vō, 20. 1. 1861 last letter of saint théophane venard to his father before he was decapitated copied by phung vō (2014)
danh vō
20. 1. 1861 last letter of saint théophane venard to his father
before he was decapitated copied by phung vō, 2014
Between Frames, Installationsansicht
Between Frames, Installationsansicht
Between Frames, Installationsansicht
Between Frames
Installationsansicht
Isabell Heimerdinger, I was Andy Warhol´s Dracula (2000)
Isabell Heimerdinger, I was Andy Warhol´s Dracula (2000)
Isabell Heimerdinger, I was Andy Warhol´s Dracula (2000)
Isabell Heimerdinger
I was Andy Warhol´s Dracula, 2000
Between Frames, Installationsansicht
Between Frames, Installationsansicht
Between Frames, Installationsansicht
Between Frames
Installationsansicht
Simon Starling, By night the Swiss buy cheap-rate electricity from their neighbours which they use to pump water into holding reservoirs. By day they use the stored water to generate hydroelectric power which they then sell back to their neighbours at peak-rate prices. (After Christopher Williams / After Jean-Luc Godard) (2005), David Zink Yi, untitled (deine Hände) (1999)
Simon Starling, By night the Swiss buy cheap-rate electricity from their neighbours which they use to pump water into holding reservoirs. By day they use the stored water to generate hydroelectric power which they then sell back to their neighbours at peak-rate prices. (After Christopher Williams / After Jean-Luc Godard) (2005), David Zink Yi, untitled (deine Hände) (1999)
Simon Starling, By night the Swiss buy cheap-rate electricity from their neighbours which they use to pump water into holding reservoirs. By day they use the stored water to generate hydroelectric power which they then sell back to their neighbours at peak-rate prices. (After Christopher Williams / After Jean-Luc Godard) (2005), David Zink Yi, untitled (deine Hände) (1999)
Simon Starling
By night the Swiss buy cheap-rate electricity from their neighbours which they use to pump water into holding reservoirs. By day they use the stored water to generate hydroelectric power which they then sell back to their neighbours at peak-rate prices. (After Christopher Williams / After Jean-Luc Godard), 2005

David Zink Yi
untitled (deine Hände), 1999
Edgar Arceneaux Morgan, Fisher´s Peugeot (2006)
Edgar Arceneaux Morgan, Fisher´s Peugeot (2006)
Edgar Arceneaux Morgan, Fisher´s Peugeot (2006)
Edgar Arceneaux
Morgan Fisher´s Peugeot
2006
Stephen Prina, Haubrok 1 (Push painting) (2008)
Stephen Prina, Haubrok 1 (Push painting) (2008)
Stephen Prina, Haubrok 1 (Push painting) (2008)
Stephen Prina
Haubrok 1 (Push painting), 2008
Christian Jankowski, Telemistica (2000)
Christian Jankowski, Telemistica (2000)
Christian Jankowski, Telemistica (2000)
Christian Jankowski
Telemistica, 2000
Karthik Pandian & Mathias Poledna, 1991 (2010)
Karthik Pandian & Mathias Poledna, 1991 (2010)
Karthik Pandian & Mathias Poledna, 1991 (2010)
Karthik Pandian & Mathias Poledna
1991, 2010

Werkliste

Edgar Arceneaux
Morgan Fisher’s Peugeot, 2006

Cezary Bodzianowski
UFO days, 1999

Carol Bove
Tower of the prophet, 2002

Donald Evans
Tropides islands (A series of three stamps), 1977

Donald Evans
Sabot – poisonous mushrooms (A series of eight stamps), 1973

Morgan Fisher
The aspect ratio pieces – European Standard Widescreen 1.66:1, 2004

Douglas Gordon
Bootleg (Empire), 1998

Rodney Graham
Interiors, the Berlin studies of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, 1992

Wade Guyton
Untitled action sculpture (Breuer), 2003

Isabell Heimerdinger
I was Andy Warhol’s Dracula, 2000

Isabell Heimerdinger
Interior #15, 2000

Isabell Heimerdinger
Admit one, 1999
Courtesy Mehdi Chouakri, Berlin

Christian Jankowski
Telemistica, 2000

Oliver Laric
Something old, something new, 2014

Jonathan Monk
What remains (A ten-year project), 2013-22

Jonathan Monk
Tonight before tonight 2014/16

Karthik Pandian & Mathias Poledna
1991, 2010

Stephen Prina
Haubrok 1 (Push painting), 2008

Stephen Prina
ohne Titel (Vinyl II), 2000

Daragh Reeves
Dracula – Tod Browning, 2003

Christopher Roth
41°03’59.4”n 8°57’27.9”e (right), 2016
Courtesy Esther Schipper, Berlin

Markus Schinwald
untitled (legs) #8, 2009

Simon Starling
By night the Swiss buy cheap-rate electricity from their neighbors which they use to pump water into holding reservoirs. By day they use the stored water to generate hydroelectric power which they then sell back to their neighbors at peak-rate prices (after Christopher Williams/after Jean-Luc Godard), 2005

Danh Vō
2.2.1861 last letter of Saint Théophane Venard to his father before he was decapitated copied by Phung Vo, 2014

Danh Vō
Archive of Dr. Joseph M. Carrier 1962-73, 2010

Christopher Williams
332min 17sec, 2003

Johannes Wohnseifer
Psilocybin experience, 2000

David Zink Yi
untitled (deine Hände), 1999