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Videorama - Austrian Art Clips

03.11.2009 to 10.01.2010

Videorama - Austrian Art Clips

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Videorama - Kunstclips aus Österreich Videorama - Kunstclips aus Österreich

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Videorama - Austrian Art Clips

Date: Nov 4 to Jan 10, daily 10 am-7 pm
Venue: KUNSTHALLE wien, hall 2
Curator: Angela Stief
Opening: Tue, Nov 3, 7 pm

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No extended compilations, no long-winded documentaries, and no string of black boxes! Videorama: from the panoramic view aimed at grasping everything in a world inundated by pictures and controlled by cameras, in which going around with blinkers increasingly seems to offer itself as an adequate reaction, to the concentrated video, to an \"I see\" attitude - as the word translates from the Latin. From the survey of recent video productions in Austria the archive offers to an exhibition of works that regards time as a malleable material unfolding in space.
In the twenty-first century, man\'s daily arena is one of mediatized spaces, the \"reality,\" as theorists call it - be it the traditional media like telephone, radio, TV, and cinema or the Internet, Facebook, and blogs, which have since long wormed their way into our lives and merged with our physical existence. A stream of time pictures will also make the visitor of Videorama reel. The show explores the currently experienced fusion of reality and virtuality through a mise-en-scène of reality, through a blending of exhibition room and time artwork perceptually suggested by the presentation.

Participation Artists (et al.):
Klaus Auderer, Renate Bertlmann, BitteBitteJaJa, Paul Divjak, Thomas Draschan, Tomas Eller, Tina Frank, Rainer Ganahl, Johannes Hammel, Nicolas Jasmin, Anna Jermolaewa, Susanne Jirkuff, Leopold Kessler, Dariusz Kowalski, Stephan Lugbauer, Mara Mattuschka/Gabriele Szekatsch, Ursula Mayer, Josh Müller, Rudolf Polanszky, Gerwald Rockenschaub, Markus Schinwald, Franz Schubert, Veronika Schubert, Walter Seidl, Hubert Sielecki, Station Rose, Stermann & Grissemann, Axel Stockburger, Heimo Zobernig.

copyright:
© Thomas Draschan

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