Attaque(e)r le visible – Videofest #1
27–28 March 2021
no opening / starts at noon / non-stop window projection
- Đejmi Hadrović – Apartment 102, Austria 2019, digital, 3:40 min.
- Julie Hart – Entität, BRD 2020, digital, 5:12 min.
- Ho Wai Shan Chace – Lemon Tree, Hong Kong 2019, digital, 1:48 min.
- Narges Kalhor – LovoGary, BRD 2016, 35 mm, 4:06 min.
- Leyla Rodriguez – Optimistic Cover, BRD 2015, digital, 4:34 min.
- Juli Saragosa – Urban Caustic, BRD 2002, 16 mm/video, 7:46 min.
curated by Lawinia Rate
Attaque(e)r le visible is an experimental film platform for projections, meetings, talks, book presentations and lectures. Older experimental films as well as the most recent developments of the genre find a place here. Attaque(e)r le visible is dedicated to films which perturb the consistency and illusionism of the classical film by consciously referring to the technical embeddedness of the film, its incoherence and materiality. The works on display are marked by refusing stereotypical images and linear narration, their critical position towards the co-world, normative visibilities, forms and bodies. In short, it is about films which do not trust the self-evident, and for which the word ’normally‘ does not exist.
After stops in Paris, Kassel and Cologne, Attaque(e)r le visible now continues in Berlin in collaboration with the Raum für drastische Maßnahmen. The series consists of two parts, Corporal Interventions and a Videofest. The main theme of the monthly film programme Corporal Interventions is the body, which is understood here in a broader sense. It is not only about the human body, but also about the body of film, its materiality, its photochemical envelope, and the working on films in collectives. In this connection Attaque(e)r le visible looks back at the experimental film history of the 60s, 70s and 80s in Germany. You can look forward to films, among others, by Dore O., Margaret Raspé, Monika Funke-Stern and Ute Aurand. The Videofest, which takes place on two weekends, focuses current tendencies in experimental film and video.