Exhibition28.11.14 - 07.12.14
How to Project and Spell
DUE TO THE STRIKE THE OPENING DATE HAS CHANGED TO:
FRIDAY 28 NOVEMBER, 8:00 PM
(SCREENING AT 8:30 PM and 9:45 PM)
EXHIBITION OPENING HOURS:
28 Nov – 10 Dec, Thurs – Sun, 6-9pm
JONAS BEUTLHAUSER, ELENA CARR, KYRILL CONSTANTINIDES, KALLIOPI CHALOUVA, JOHANNES FEDISCH, PHILIPP GUFFLER, JOHANNA GONSCHOREK, VERONIKA GÖTZ, PANAGIOTIS GRITZOS, TANJA HAMESTER, LEO HEINIK, ALINA HOFMAIER, EVI KALOGIROPOULOU, YLENA KATKOVA, MICHAEL KARMANN, BYRON KALOMAMAS, LIANE KLINGLER, LEFTERIS KRYSALIS, AIMILIA LIONTOU, LORENZ MAYR, MARIUS MEUSCH, LISA NASE, GIORGOS NIKAS, ELENA PAPASTERGIOU, MARIOS PAVLOU, GIORGOS PALAMARIS, MAKO SANGMONGKHON, ANGELA STIEGLER, MELINA TOELLE, VASILEIA DERELI, MYRTO VRATSANOU, NEFELI VOUTYRA, ATHINA VELOUDOU, JULIA WALK, SARAH WEBER
How to project and spell is a portmanteau film, colliding documentary, dramatic and experimental approaches. It is the result of an ongoing collaboration between students from the Athens School of Fine Art and the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Munich. Developed from shared research, workshops and discussions, this filmic experiment captures the mood of the present moment as experienced and reflected by it’s authors.
Scenarios range from a reworking of Lucian’s “Death Dialogues”, to explorations of the antagonistic architecture of student housing, childhood nightmares, Nietzsche’s “Genealogy of Morals”, fear and desire, escapism, the changing symbolism of the “Zombie” and the image of “Europe” to an interview with the 95 year old Erich Haas, who participated in the history of gender politics in post-war Germany and Greece.
Supported by DAAD Programme: Partnerships with Greek Institutions of Higher Education 2014 – 2016 / A Cooperation between the Academy of Fine Art Munich (ADBK) and the Athens School of Fine Arts (ASFA)