Anita Delaney - The Cusp of Your Credenza (0:33 min / 2015)
“The Cusp of Your Credenza” is a wandering speculation through various material encounters. A woman presents a number of scenarios that invol- ve the ingestion or ejection of substances. From toenails to statuary, muf- fins to monuments, “The Cusp of Your Credenza” wonders how we place ourselves bodily in a material world. (0:33 min / 2015)
Anne Haaning - Mother of Monsters (06:39 min / 2015)
“Anne Haaning‘s computer-animated “Mother of Monsters” conjures up a kind of digital myth, and is loosely based on Joseph Conrad‘s “Heart of Darkness”, which is interpreted in subtle hints, while it discreetly satirises the contemporary technological and image-fetishistic media landscape.
Dagmar Schürrer – I Want To Be Like You (05:45 min / 2016)
Multiple panels appear and disappear on the fragmented screen. The choreography is underlined by an immersive sound of noises, beats and musical samples. Above it all floats a monologue of an unknown subject, that reflects on a changing and fading relationship.
Lotte Meret Effinger – Surface Glaze (08:00 min / 2015)
The video work “Surface Glaze” captures multiple abstractions of human bodies and transform those with torrents of liquids into unreal creatures. Each frame is composed to raise questions about our concepts of super- ficiality by deploying extreme technical features as high speed recording and close-ups.
Mirelle Borra – Was machst Du hier? (11:00 min / 2014)
The question of cultural identity runs throughout the video Was machst Du hier?. Moving images of iconic landmarks of Berlin are juxtaposed with audio of an interview; each individually convey about migration, belon- ging, tourism, and the formation of Europe.
Sarah Bernauer – Are you real? (13:42 min / 2016)
Feeling Felt” is an ongoing investigation of the various forms of percep- tion. Episode 1 (Are you real?) unites different statements about reality, dreams and virtuality to an ongoing ‚stream of consciousness‘.