2016 © Anderwald + Grond
Flag: 300 × 200 cm, colour, digital print on Multiflag® SE, glozzy, 110 g/m²Edition: 3 + 2 AP, 2.000 €
Starting with the attempt to call the phenomenon of dizziness by its proper name, this book brings together diverse voices considering the potential of this in-between state from multiple perspectives and in view of different disciplines.
Exhibition views from Kunsthaus Graz
This is a fragment of the soundtrack that will accompany our film "Dizziness Is My Name".
Mark Toscano presents and discusses Gunvar Nelson's film 'Frame Line'.
Having grown up in Lesotho (his mother is German, his father South African), Teboho Edkins' films are shaped by a search for borders: between belonging and intrusion, between documenting and fictional storytelling, between film and video art.
How does an artist live and work in isolation? How can he/she follow up on exhibition commitments? What kind of artistic strategies should be developed in order to maintain a presence and contact with the public in this situation? What would then be the role of the curator, and of the institution in general, in extreme situations where mobility is imperiled?