- Thursday, September 20, 2007
40yearsvideoart.de: Video Art in Germany since the Sixties
Date + TimeThursday, September 20, 2007
LocationPhyllis Wattis Theater
OverviewRudolf Frieling, curator of media arts, SFMOMA
Christian Jankowski, artist
Wolfang Müller, artist
Recognizing Germany's vast contributions to one of today's most exciting artistic media, SFMOMA presents a three-part series highlighting German video works. This first installment features an introductory panel discussion headlined by Jankowski and Müller (a veteran of Berlin-based performance group the Deadly Doris), who will present recent and early work, and moderated by Frieling. The discussion is followed by a 60-minute screening of contemporary video art, including Christian Jankowski's The Holy Artwork (2001, 16 min.), Korpys/Loffler's The Nuclear Football (2004, 30 min.); Rosemarie Trockel's Buffalo Billy + Milly (2000, 6 min.), and Corinna Schnitt's Das schlafende Mädchen (The Sleeping Girl) (2001, 9 min.).
All three programs in the series draw on the exhibition and restoration project 40yearsvideoart.de Part 1-Digital Heritage: Video Art in Germany from 1963 until the Present, organized by Frieling prior to his tenure at SFMOMA.
Admission + Ticketing
Free with Museum admission.
Supported by Goethe-Institut San Francisco.