Liv Schulman’s video work L’Obstruction tells of unfulfilled desires and the search for the meaning of life. And asks why we are alone after all.
Embedded in a poetic imagery, three spiritual healers from Brazil talk about their beliefs and practices in Mario Pfeifer's video work “Corpo Fechado”.
A distorted voice, half human, half machine, guides through Pedro Barateiro’s film “The Opening Monologue” and ponders the meaning of language.
When the body falls victim to the code. In her work, Alexandra Bachzetsis reveals social representations of body and femininity.
What happens in that moment before the brush touches the blank canvas? Among other things, the artist Su-Mei Tse deals with this question in her film “Pays de Neige”.
The video works by Alexey Vanushkin present their own flood of images to the viewer, drawn from the visual overload of the mass media.
The internet’s invisible voyeur. Nina Könnemann creates cinematic worlds with an app that show our behavior as a virtual self in social networks.
In his films, video artist Paul Kuimet breathes life into static objects and sheds light on darkness.
Christoph Keller repeatedly explores scientific concepts in his work. In the Double Feature on July 30, he presents his artistic essay film “ANARCHEOLOGY”.
What’s a dream and what’s reality? The films of Pauline Curnier Jardin show a disturbing and dystopic world speaking from fear, nightmares and superstition.