Urban Space Double Feature Film Program - Klaus W. Eisenlohr Thursday September 1st, 19h Lexia in Berlin, Belziger Str. 25, 10823 Berlin studios 2nd floor, entrance from the back yard
Lexia in Berlin presents:
Klaus W. Eisenlohr - Urban Space Double Feature Film Program
- Slow Space, 16mm, 72 min - Stadtrandzone Mitte, 16mm/digital video, EN subtitled 43 min
Klaus W. Eisenlohr who is instructor for photography at Lexia in Berlin will present two films. The films are related to each other and to the questions of public space in the cities of Chicago, IL and Hannover, Germany. Both films are film essays that take the format of experimental film in order to illuminate different questions the artist has in relation to architecture, urban developments and the relations of the human body with architecture. Slow Space shows glass architecture in Chicago and discusses the issue of dissapearing public space, whereas Stadtrandzone Mitte, Center of Urban Periphery, was shot on urban plazas in the city of Hannover showing performing artists who interfere with those places and the people passing through.