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    14 Rooms: Interview with Ann-Christin Rommen

    Posted: 15-August-2014, 12:00am EDT by contact@vernissage.tv (VernissageTV)
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    With this post we continue our series of videos documenting the 14 Rooms Live Art exhibition in Basel. This time we talk with Ann-Christin Rommen, who (together with Marc Bättig) was responsible for the production of the show.

    14 Rooms was a collaboration between Fondation Beyeler, Art Basel and Theater Basel, and has been accompanied by an education program conceived and run by Fondation Beyeler. The project was originally commissioned as 11 Rooms by Manchester International Festival, the International Arts Festival RUHRTRIENNALE 2012-2014 and Manchester Art Gallery. It was shown as 11 Rooms at Manchester International Festival in July 2011, as 12 Rooms at the International Arts Festival RUHRTRIENNALE 2012-2014 and as 13 Rooms by Kaldor Public Art Projects at Pier 2/3 in Sydney?s Walsh Bay in April 2013. For each edition, the artists list partially changed. Curated by Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist, the 14 Rooms exhibition featured performative works by artists including Marina Abramovi?, Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla, Ed Atkins, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Damien Hirst, Joan Jonas, Laura Lima, Bruce Nauman, Otobong Nkanga, Roman Ondák, Yoko Ono, Tino Sehgal, Santiago Sierra, and Xu Zhen. Two more works joined the architectural environment conceived by Herzog & de Meuron: Jordan Wolfson?s acting as an epilogue, John Baldessari?s as an archival documentation.

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    Simone Forti at Museum der Moderne Salzburg

    Posted: 13-August-2014, 1:02am EDT by contact@vernissage.tv (VernissageTV)
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    The exhibition Simone Forti. Thinking with the Body: A Retrospective in Motion at Museum der Moderne in Salzburg, Austria, presents a comprehensive retrospective of the work of the artist Simone Forti. Forti describes herself as a ?movement artist?. Her solo show at Museum der Moderne provides an overview of her broad creative range as artist, choreographer, dancer, and writer. On display are Simone Forti’s sculptures, drawings, works with holograms and sound, and videos. Her Dance Constructions and other performance pieces such as Huddle, Hangers, Accompaniment for LMY, Rollers, Slant Board, Censor, and Platforms are being enacted in the museum and in public spaces in Salzburg by students at the SEAD (Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance) during the duration of the exhibition, which runs until September 11, 2014. This video documents some pieces that were performed at the opening reception of the exhibition on July 26, 2014.

    The exhibition is curated by Sabine Breitwieser (Director, Museum der Moderne), with Katja Mittendorfer-Oppolzer (Curatorial Assistant, Museum der Moderne).

    Simone Forti. Mit dem Körper denken: Eine Retrospektive in Bewegung. Museum der Moderne Mönchsberg, Salzburg (Austria), Opening, July 26, 2014.

    PS: Click here for the performance schedule.

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    ?I am interested in what we know about things through our bodies,? says Simone Forti, who was born in Florence in 1935 but has mostly lived in Los Angeles since 1938, with extended stays in New York and other places. The exhibition presents the first comprehensive retrospective of the seminal work of this influential artist, choreographer, dancer, and writer. In addition to numerous performances, many of them presented in live enactments, Forti?s sculptures, drawings, works with holograms and sound, and videos demonstrate her strikingly broad creative range. She is regarded as a key figure in postmodern dance and pioneer of Minimal art?she personally likes to describe herself as a ?movement artist.?
    In a sustained engagement with kinesthetic awareness and composition, gleaned from her mentors dancers Anna Halprin and John Cage scholar Robert Dunn, Simone Forti dedicated herself to experimentation and improvisation. Collaboration with other artists, including musicians such as Charlemagne Palestine and Peter Van Riper, has been another mainstay of her artistic practice. In the early 1960s, together with dancers including Steve Paxton and Yvonne Rainer, she revolutionized the idea of dance and performance art by introducing movements from everyday life. In Huddle, one of her most popular works, a group of performers form a sculpture that focuses and expresses their aggregate forces. Among Simone Forti?s best-known works are minimalist objects made of simple materials, the famous Dance Constructions (1960-61), which she first presented in New York. In the late 1960s?Forti, who lived near the zoo in Rome at the time?began to develop performance pieces out of the movements of animals. In her most recent works, the News Animations, she includes spoken words in her dance, to reflect current events.

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    Interview with Robyn Schulkowsky at Fondation Beyeler

    Posted: 11-August-2014, 1:00am EDT by contact@vernissage.tv (VernissageTV)
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    Within the context of the Gerhard Richter exhibition, American percussionist and composer Robyn Schulkowsky recently performed at Fondation Beyeler. In this conversation with Mirjam Baitsch (Fondation Beyeler), she talks about what fascinates her about percussion, her work with John Cage, and Gerhard Richter’s paintings ? and she also shows how to play a cactus! The video above is an excerpt, the complete interview is available further down on this page.

    Percussionist Robyn Schulkowsky was born in South Dakota, USA. She studied at the University of Iowa, the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. In 1980 she moved to Cologne (Germany), to study with Christoph Caskel. Since then, she lives in Europe. Robyn Schulkowsky has premiered and recorded some of the most important percussion works of the 20th and 21st centuries. She has been working with composers such as Karlheinz Stockhausen, Kevin Volans, John Cage, Morton Feldman and Iannis Xenakis.

    Interview with Robyn Schulkowsky at Fondation Beyeler, Riehen (Switzerland), July 1, 2014.

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    Kunstresidenz Sommer.Frische.Kunst Bad Gastein 2014

    Posted: 8-August-2014, 1:21am EDT by contact@vernissage.tv (VernissageTV)
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    Kunstresidenz Sommer.Frische.Kunst Bad Gastein is an Artist-In-Residence program that invites artists to create new work in Bad Gastein, a town in the mountains near Salzburg (Austria). Bad Gastein is a quite unique place to produce art. On the one hand the topography of the city is unique, more vertical than horizontal, dominated by historic multi-story hotel buildings and a waterfall that runs right through the center or the city. And as if this wasn’t enough, there’s also a 70s style Congress Center that looks like a UFO. On the other hand Bad Gastein has a rich history. In the 19th century Bad Gastein became a fashionable resort that was visited by the rich and famous. Today, Bad Gastein offers a rather morbid charm, with many hotels and the Congress Center in the town center vacant. No wonder that many artists get inspired by the unique aura of the place.

    On the occasion of the opening of the exhibition that presents the results of the work of the eight artists of this year’s Artist-In-Residence program, we had a look at the show and spoke to some of the artists. We also met with the curator of the program, Andrea von Goetz und Schwanenfliess, who provided us with a look back at 4 years of the Sommer.Frische.Kunst Artist-In-Residence program and an outlook to next year’s anniversary. This year’s artists in residence are Aiko Tezuka, Dirk Meinzer, Franziska Pierwoss, Siska, Michael Conrads, Nick Oberthaler, Stefan Panhans, and Susanne Stroh. The full-length version of this video is available below.

    Kunstresidenz Sommer.Frische.Kunst Bad Gastein 2014 Artist Residency exhibition. Bad Gastein (Austria), July 27, 2014.

    PS: For the 2012 edition of Kunstresidenz Bad Gastein, click here!

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  • Permalink for '14 Rooms: Interview with Laura Lima'

    14 Rooms: Interview with Laura Lima

    Posted: 6-August-2014, 12:45am EDT by contact@vernissage.tv (VernissageTV)
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    In this video, Brazilian artist Laura Lima talks about her piece MAN=FLESH/WOMAN=FLESH — FLAT, 1997, which was part of the Live Art exhibition 14 Rooms in Basel. In Laura Lima’s room at 14 Rooms, the height of the ceiling is only forty-five centimeters. At the back of the room a physically disabled person lies on the ground, next to a single lamp. To see the work, the viewer must crouch or lie down.

    Laura Lima was born in 1971 in Minas Gerais. The artist lives and works in Rio de Janeiro.

    Excerpt from the exhibition text:
    Since the early 1990s Lima has involved live beings in durational work that runs continuously throughout gallery opening hours, under the equation Man=flesh/Woman=flesh. The artist has constructed a personal glossary to discuss the nature of her works, thus avoiding terms such as ?performance? or ?performer.? She never appears herself, instructing others to present pieces she has developed. She has worked with children, old people, men, women, and animals to extract an image out of their existential meaning, investigating the boundaries of autonomy and dependence in human action.

    14 Rooms: Laura Lima: MAN=FLESH/WOMAN=FLESH ? FLAT, 1997. Interview with Laura Lima, Basel (Switzerland), June 12, 2014. Video: Karolina Zupan-Rupp, Heinrich Schmidt.

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    8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art / Interview with Curator Juan A. Gaitán

    Posted: 4-August-2014, 3:09am EDT by contact@vernissage.tv (VernissageTV)
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    A few days before the end of the 8th Berlin Biennale, VernissageTV had the chance to speak with Juan A. Gaitán at the exhibition space of the KW Institute for Contemporary Art. Apart from the introduction, the interview is about the starting point of Berlin Biennale and the interconnection of the involved institutions in the event. The aim of the interview is to trace contemporary curatorial praxis. The video features works by the artists Cynthia Gutiérrez, Irene Kopelman, Tonel, Judy Radul, Julieta Aranda, Leonor Antunes, Otobong Nkanga, Santu Mofokeng, Zachary Cahill and Zarouhie Abdalian.

    Juan A. Gaitán (Canada/Colombia) is an independent writer and curator, currently based in Mexico City and Berlin. He is trained as an artist and art historian at University of British Columbia and Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in Vancouver (Canada). Between January 2009 and December 2011, he was curator at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam (The Netherlands), and between September 2011 and June 2012 adjunct professor in the Curatorial Practice Program at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco (USA). His writings have been published in several journals, including Afterall, The Exhibitionist, Fillip, and Mousse.

    The 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin (Germany); Interview with Juan A. Gaitán; July 30, 2014. Video and interview by Frantisek Zachoval.

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    Punctum. Reflections on Photography / Salzburger Kunstverein

    Posted: 1-August-2014, 2:47am EDT by contact@vernissage.tv (VernissageTV)
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    Punctum. Reflections on Photography at Salzburger Kunstverein is an exhibition about the nature of photography today. Curated by Séamus Kealy, the exhibition takes its cue from the term ?punctum?, which was coined by the French philosopher Roland Barthes in his final book Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography. ?Punctum? refers, for example, to a striking detail in the photograph that captivates the viewer. Séamus Kealy invited artists, curators and writers to select photographs that are emblematic of ?punctum?. As a result, the exhibition presents fifty photographs and artworks by artists such as Willie Doherty, Eva Kotátková, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Kader Attia, and Ken Lum, selected by participants such as Duncan Campbell, Peter Weibel, Rabih Mroué, or Boris Groys. In this video, we attend the opening reception of the exhibition on July 25, 2014. We also had the chance to speak with the Director of the Salzburger Kunstverein and curator of the show, Séamus Kealy, who provides us with an introduction to the exhibition. Punctum. Reflections on Photography runs until September 21, 2014.

    Punctum. Bemerkungen zur Photographie. Group exhibition at Salzburger Kunstverein. Vernissage and Interview with Séamus Kealy, July 25, 2014.

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    Highlights of The Glass House Art Collection: Nauman, Judd, Stella

    Posted: 31-July-2014, 2:56am EDT by contact@vernissage.tv (VernissageTV)
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    In this video, we have a look at the highlights of the art collection of the Philip Johnson Glass House in Canaan, Connecticut (USA). Irene Shum Allen (Curator and Collections Manager, The Glass House) provides us with an introduction to Philip Johnson as an art patron, and presents three major works on display at The Glass House: an outdoor sculpture by Donald Judd (Untitled, 1971), which is believed to be Judd’s first outdoor site-specific installation; the painting Averroes (1960) by Frank Stella; and Bruce Nauman’s neon sculpture Neon Templates of the Left Half of My Body Taken at Ten Inch Intervals from 1966.

    Highlights of The Glass House Art Collection: Bruce Nauman, Donald Judd, Frank Stella. Presented by Irene Shum Allen (Curator and Collections Manager, The Glass House). The Philip Johnson Glass House, New Canaan (CT, USA), April 25, 2014.

    PS: Watch also our coverage of the current exhibition project at The Glass House, Fujiko Nakaya’s fog sculpture Veil, and an interview with Fujiko Nakaya; as well as an interview with the Director and Chief Curator of the Glass House, Henry Urbach, who provides us with an introduction to Philip Johnson and The Glass House.

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    Philip Cortelyou Johnson was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1906. He graduated from Harvard?s Graduate School of Design in 1943. Johnson designed some of America?s greatest modern architectural landmarks, including the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden at The Museum of Modern Art, New York?s AT&T Building (now Sony Plaza), Houston?s Transco (now Williams) Tower and Pennzoil Place, the Fort Worth Water Garden, and the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California. Before practicing architecture, Johnson was the founding Director of the Department of Architecture at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. His landmark 1932 exhibition, The International Style, introduced modern architecture to the American public. Johnson continued a relationship with MoMA throughout his life as a curator, architect, trustee, and patron. He donated more than 2,000 works of art to the Museum including works by Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, and Robert Rauschenberg.

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    Interview with John Armleder

    Posted: 30-July-2014, 4:07am EDT by contact@vernissage.tv (VernissageTV)
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    This is the interview Swiss artist John Armleder gave after his recent Artist Talk at Fondation Beyeler. In this conversation with Mirjam Baitsch (Fondation Beyeler), John Armleder talks about his career, the role of the artist ? and his tie.

    ?I think the artist is a collateral damage to the art. It’s not that interesting. I think the artists make nice stories, but probably the art is more important ? not probably, certainly the art is more important. And why is it more important, it’s because the person who looks at the art is then the artist. The artist who uses the instruments to provide the art, again, is just a go-between.?

    Interview with John Armleder at Fondation Beyeler, Riehen (Switzerland), June 19, 2014.

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    VernissageTV Classics (r3): Guillermo Kuitca: Das Lied von der Erde / Daros Exhibitions, Zürich (2006)

    Posted: 29-July-2014, 3:40am EDT by contact@vernissage.tv (VernissageTV)
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    In this video, we revisit Argentinian artist Guillermo Kuitca’s 2006 exhibition Das Lied von der Erde at Daros Exhibitions in Zürich, Switzerland. The show brought together over 100 works from the Daros-Latinamerica Collection, with loans from the Tate Gallery, London, and the Milwaukee Art Museum. Some of the works were recently on display at Fondation Beyeler in Riehen, Switzerland, as part of the exhibition Daros Latinamerica Collection at Fondation Beyeler. Guillermo Kuitca was born in Buenos Aires, Argentinia, in 1961. He is one of Latin America?s leading contemporary artists. Kuitca uses a variety of means to explore places and spaces. From maps, town plans, and architectural drawings the artist creates imaginary poetic and territorial worlds in which reality and fiction merge.

    This is another segment in our series r3 that highlights the treasures of VernissageTV’s huge archive. R3 is a series of VernissageTV classics, now re-mastered, re-edited and reissued in High Definition. Click here for the complete list of videos. Click here for the original post.

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