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.
The filmer becomes the filmed: In his video works the artist Hamza Halloubi continously transforms the observer’s perspective.
How does it feel to walk through a city devoid of people? In “Unsettled Matter” Holly Zausner strawls through a desolate, ghostly New York City.
Gery Georgieva's performative self-presentation contains elements of folklore and pop, tradition and kitsch, body and identity. The Double Feature on February 26 presents three of her works.
What does an item of jewelry say about itself and its owner? Artist Lili Reynaud-Dewar addresses current debates on cultural appropriation, identity politics and conceptual ambivalence in the DOUBLE FEATURE on January...
Between thing and being: In his film shown in the December DOUBLE FEATURE, the artist Paul Spengemann documents a creature from an in-between world.