El Museo Vostell Malpartida alberga obras del artista Wolf Vostell, la Colección Fluxus-Donación Gino Di Maggio y una Colección de artistas conceptuales. El Museo Vostell Malpartida también alberga el Archivo Vostell.
This symposium will expand the defining attributes of Fluxus film by addressing the problematic role of documentation within Fluxus practices, the documentation of performances as material film objects and the performativity of media, and the politics of presence in Fluxus film and performance. Includes screening of film and video works by Wolf Vostell, Eric Andersen, Nam June Paik, Ludwig Schönherr, Paul Sharits, and Carolee Schneemann, among others.
De Viernes, Mayo 5, 2017 (Todo el día) hasta Sábado, Mayo 6, 2017 (Todo el día)
Frames of Resistance explores Wolf Vostell and other Fluxus filmmakers’ use of film as political interventions into the built environment and the media landscape. Vostell proposed this list of films to be shown during his visit to the MCA in January 1970 when he supervised the production of Concrete Traffic. Screening are Vostell’s films Sun in Your Head (1963), Starfighter (1967), and others.
Presented by UChicago Arts, the Department of Cinema and Media Studies, and the Film Studies Center.
De Viernes, Febrero 3, 2017 - 19:00 hasta Sábado, Febrero 4, 2017 - 18:55
Black Sun Cinema: White Noise A film programme curated by Florian Wüst in association with Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh, and Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art, Berlin Saturday September 22nd 2012, 19h TDC, Triskel Arts Centre, Tobin St., Cork
Black Sun Cinema is partnering with Cork Film Centre this September 22nd to present a very special evening of experimental films from Berlin’s famous Arsenal archive. We are delighted to welcome Florian Wüst, Berlin-based artist and film curator, who programmed and will present this selection of works with the theme ‘White Noise’.
‘White Noise’ centres on legendary German underground film icons Wilhelm and Birgit Hein and gives Cork audiences the rare opportunity of seeing four of their films.
The programme as a whole reflects the deconstruction of cinema and television not only as a monolithic system of representation and a dream factory, but also as an instrument of corporate power and social control. Images of (human) disfigurement and the mysteries of childhood mix with the penetration of the senses on different levels. The combination of poetic collage, critical analysis, and radical abstraction intends to challenge the emotional as well as physical capacities of the audience. ‘White Noise’ also features works by internationally acclaimed artists and filmmakers: Thorsten Fleisch, Christoph Girardet & Matthias Müller, Sharon Lockhart, Gunvor Nelson, Richard Serra & Carlota Fay Schoolman, and Wolf Vostell.
Where possible, films in this programme will be projected from 16mm film prints.