Split Screen Probe
Exhibition in the SCHAURAUM Angewandte
Opening: Thu, Jan 12, 19:00
Venue: SCHAURAUM Angewandte
The double projection Split Screen consists of a hat-game, running simultaneously with three nutshells, where a pea is hidden under one of the shells, and a 3-D projection with anaglyphs (red/green) shows a woman cracking nuts and a man spooning pea soup.
The installation Split Screen Probe breaks this work down into its individual components, based on the raw material of practicing a fixed pattern of moving three nuts. To enable this to recur on film, a formulistic sequence is required to always guarantee the same path for the nut with the pea. Despite all fragmentations, simplifications and slowdowns - asynchrony creeps in, causing confusion in the final cross-cutting. The algorithm yields to imprecision, with surprising results.
Gerda Lampalzer (*Vienna)
Manfred Oppermann (*Hamburg)
Since 1993, they have collaborated in the realm of photography, film, video, installations, texts. Their themes are often biographical, experienced or seen shapes, or in the form of finds in science, culture, the media. Their focus lies along the fringes of different media.
https://digitalekunst.ac.at/schauraumJan 13 thru Mar 17, daily 10-22:00
Sergei Sviatchenko (DNK): SECRETLY
Wall installation at the MQ Forecourt
Location: MQ Forecourt
No English description available.
Image: © Sergei Sviatchenko
www.sviatchenko.dkApr 21, 2016 thru Feb 28, 2017, daily 00-24:00
Text installation in the Literaturpassage
Venue: LITERATURpassage, between MQ courtyard 3 and Mariahilfer Strasse
With text excerpts by Ines Rieder, Diana Voigt, Denice Bourbon, Abha Dawesar, Fanny Blissett, Olja Alvir, Michelle Tea, Clara Felis, Jasna Dimitrijević, Rhiannon Argo, Suzana Tratnik
www.textfeldsuedost.com/literaturpassageOct 01 to Feb 28, ongoing daily 00–24:00
The little neverending vacation
Installation by Gruppe Or-Om im Raum D / Q21
Venue: Raum D / Q21
Vacation images on FLICKR: www.flickr.com/groups/kleinurlaub
Basic theory: https://goo.gl/G4RNgDOct 01 2016 thru Mar 31 2017, daily 10-18:00
Exhibition in Raum 66 of Galerie der Komischen Künste
Venue: Raum 66 in the Galerie der Komischen Künste
Komischen Künste show cartoons by American cartoonist Tom Toro at „Raum 66“ – the most narrow gallery in the world.
www.komischekuenste.com/raum66Oct 28 to Feb 28, daily 11-18:00