Res(v)olution. Temporary Screening
“Res(v)olution” at the DNA Berlin illuminates the process of artistic creation in video art, regarding its technical conditions and particular role of image resolution: from super 8 to video through early pixilated digital recordings to HD resolution as well as approaches to video art in times of the internet. In this context, the material qualities of the medium shown as well as its relation to sound will be explored. The exhibition arranges a wide range of video and film works simultaneously in an open space, providing a panorama of distinctive positions from the 1960s to the present day with works by Gary Hill, Ku-Lim Kim, Björn Melhus, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Mike Steiner, Nástio Mosquito and Mariana Vassileva.