DIZZINESS — A Resource

Observation 8

Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 25.06.2015

Observation 7

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Vivian Ostrovsky
Ruth Gadish
Blown Away

First sketches of Vivan Ostrovsky's and Ruth Gadish's artistic process toward their found footage film on dizziness. Read More.
Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 19.04.2015

Observation 6

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Observation 5

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Observation 4

Reenactment in Istanbul of one of Mieko Shiomi's works. Read More.
Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 15.03.2015

Catherine Yass
Conversation 2

Catherine Yass speaks about the dream of walking in the air and about falling.

Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 09.12.2014

Catherine Yass
Flight

Swooping over BBC Broadcasting House and providing a bird’s-eye view of its rooftops, Flight was captured using a camera attached to a model remote-control helicopter. Read More.
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Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 24.11.2014

Joachim Koester
Conversation 2

Psychedelic experiences – what remains?

Conversation with Joachim Koester in a courtyard in Berlin, September 14th, 2014.

Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 17.11.2014

Instruction for Use

The contribution of Ruth Anderwald + Leonhard Grond to the cross-genre project “Instruction for Use” shows first visual findings of their occupation with dizziness/Taumel. Read More.
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Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 13.11.2014

Catherine Yass
Conversation 1

Catherine Yass talks about the dizzying aspects of her film Lighthouse.

Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 02.11.2014

Henry Hills
Failed States

“One of my favorite boyhood things (besides lying with my face in the cracks of the dock looking into the water at the fish or lying with my face in the grass looking into the dirt at the bugs) was spinning around until I fell over and then the world would spin in the opposite direction.” Henry Hills, 2008. Read More.
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Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 30.10.2014

Catherine Yass
High Wire

The multi-screen film and video installation High Wire was filmed in North Glasgow in 2008 at the Red Road housing estate. Read More.
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Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 27.10.2014

Joachim Koester
Conversation 1

What is an Out of Body Experience?

Conversation with Joachim Koester in a courtyard in Berlin, September 14th, 2014.

Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 20.10.2014

Catherine Yass
Descent

In the film Descent, a camera was lowered through the morning mist to the ground from a crane over a massive construction site at London’s Canary Wharf. By presenting the image upside down, Catherine Yass examines perspectival distortions, disorientating slowness and the gradual pulling apart of time, space and a sense of reality. Read More.
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Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 17.10.2014

Joachim Koester
Tarantism

Tarantism is a contemporary re-enactment of the tarantella dance. Read More.
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Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 15.10.2014

Catherine Yass
Lighthouse

In her film Lighthouse, Catherine Yass focuses on the structure of the Royal Sovereign Lighthouse. Situated five miles out to sea, this unoccupied building is balanced precariously on the corner of a square platform, which is in turn balanced on a single concrete post. Read More.
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Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 09.10.2014

Joachim Koester
My Frontier Is an Endless Wall of Points

“My Frontier Is an Endless Wall of Points is a film animation created from the mescaline drawings of Henri Michaux. Of all Michaux’s work, these drawings are most frequently described as ‘a venture into foreign territory.’ They are seen as an exploration of a vast world on the borderline of words. My work is an attempt to literally animate this idea. I examine the traces of this journey in a series of rapidly moving images, making what could be termed a psychedelic documentary.” Joachim Koester, 2007.

My Frontier Is an Endless Wall of Points (after the mescaline drawings of Henri Michaux)
2007, 16mm installation, b/w, silent, 10′ 24″

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What Would Seeing Be Without Us?

Film screening at mumok cinema, Vienna (AT): Together with Gareth Evans, film curator at Whitechapel Gallery, London, the artist duo Ruth Anderwald + Leonhard Grond took a look at both visual and narrative perspectives. Read More.
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Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 01.10.2014

Catherine Yass
Lock

Lock consists of two simultaneous film projections showing the before and after view from the deck of a tanker as it enters, docks and exits the Three Gorges Dam on China’s Yangtze River. Read More.
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Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 29.09.2014