Wednesday, 25 May 2005

24.05.- 01.05. Version >05 "Invincible Desire" Chicago/USA

"Monument for Donatella Versace" and "the 20th Century on visit in the 21st" on show at
Version >05 "Invincible Desire" and in conjunction with "Art in the Park/ Art Chicago", Chicago, USA,

Many thanks here to Robert Cauble, Matthew Lochmann and Doug vanderHoof

Saturday, 7 May 2005

07.05. "stormscene", Nuremberg/Germany

an installative work for the public space comissioned by the City Council of Nuremberg, Germany.

The installation took place in a medieval pedestrain's tunnel leading to the historical center of Nuremberg. A strong wind-machine of Munich filmstudios was placed in the beginning of the tunnel. The light was changed and a big soundsystem installed. With David Canisius of Deutsches Kammerorchester/ Yellow Lounge a selection of highly dramatic classical music was edited for this evening and replayed constantly. The visitors could pass through the tunnel and found themselves in the middle of a filmset-like "stormscene". After passing through the tunnel they got handed a text written by Dr. Andreas L. Hofbauer, titled "second-hand experience".

Friday, 6 May 2005

06.05. Artists Television Access, San Fransisco/USA

An evening of videoscreenings orgnaized by Michael Trigilio of NPR. Artists' Television Access San Fransisco/USA