We are delighted to announce the architectural filmscreening Spatializations curated by Marc Glöde within the scope of our exhibition The Other Space with Miriam Böhm, James Turrell, and Charlotte Posenenske. The show will be on display until 19 April at the gallery.
Addressing the question of space and architecture has always been a key theme in
experimental filmmaking. From the early avantgarde positions to the newest digital developments: the artistic use of moving images has been one of the most profound ways to open up new ways of reflecting the potentials of spatiality. Aware of this dynamic and the possibilities the spaces of film (namely the cinema, the museum or the gallery) can offer Michel Foucault himself pointed out the inherent heterotopian character of these ‚other spaces’. Taking this in concideration „Spatializitions“ addresses some questions of the discourse. In relation to the exhibition „The Other Space“ the filmic works assembled in this program curated by Marc Glöde combine some of the key questions that resonate with this debate and the works of Böhm, Turrel l and Posenenske. The program offers an additional perspective to the discussion these artists have fostered and intensify the inherent question concerning the artistic potential to critically reflect on the relation of image, space, and observer.