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, 10 pm

Film presentation

Remote Memories film presentation
Uecker Square, Media Harbour, Düsseldorf

In collaboration with hafenlichtspiele,KAI 10 | Raum für Kunst has organized a film screening, to take place on the Ueckerplatz, at the Mediaharbor in Düsseldorf. Starting with four short films by avant-garde filmmakers, Hans Richter’s animated geometrical shapes and Walter Ruttman’s “musical paintings” - all of which mark the beginning of abstract experimental film in Germany - the presentation will move on to the feature film Alphaville. These filmmakers were not only sources of inspiration for ensuing generations of directors, but also for visual artists like Bernd Ribbeck. With its inversions of black-and-white, Alphaville by Jean-Luc Godard influenced David Noonan’s work.

Program

Rhythmus 21 
Germany 1921 - 3 min - director: Hans Richter 
Opus II 
Germany 1921 - 2 min - director: Walter Ruttmann - music: Ludger Brümmer 
Opus III 
Germany 1923 - 4 min - director: Walter Ruttmann - music: Hanns Eisler 
Opus IV 
Germany 1925 - 4 min - director: Walter Ruttmann - music: Sven-Ingo Koch 
Alphaville
France/Italy 1965 - 99 min - director: Jean-Luc Godard - actors: Eddie Constantine, Anna Karina, Akim Tamiroff, Howard Vernon, Laszlo Szabo, Jean-Louis Comolli, Jean-Andre Fieschi, Michael Delahaye

, 7 pm

Panel discussion with

Hansjörg Dobliar, Bernd Ribbeck, Zdenek Felix, curator of the exhibition and Daniela Stöppel, art historian, research assistant in the department for Art History, Munich University

, 7:30 pm

Lecture

Veit Loers, art historian and curator Heaven and Hell – The paintings of Hansjörg Dobliar and Bernd Ribbeck.

, 16:00 Uhr

Kuratorenführung mit Zdenek Felix

, 7 pm

Artist talk

Astrid Sourkova, Markus Selg and Zdenek Felix followed by a lecture Dominic Wood Transcendental Field Theory in Der müde Tod

, 7 pm

Lecture

Evelyn Echle, Filmwissenschaftlerin, Hochschule für Film und Fernsehen Potsdam-Babelsberg und Universität Zürich

Fairy Tales, the Metaphysical, and a Weary Death: Fritz Lang’s Film 

followed by a film presentation

Infahrnis (Prolog) von Prager Anker (Bühler, Launhardt, Lengenfelder, Selg, Sourkova), 2006
Der müde Tod von Fritz Lang, 1921 
Que viva Mexico (Epilog) von Sergej Eisenstein, 1931/1979

, 7 pm

Lecture

Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Reck, Philosoph, Kunstwissenschaftler, Publizist und Ausstellungsmacher, Professor für Kunstgeschichte im medialen Kontext, Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln

Arousal and Deliverance - Expressionistic Motifs about Death, Utopia, Demons and the Apocalypse

, 7 pm

Artitst talk

with Björn Dahlem, artists NO ILLUSIONS and Matthias Mühling, head of Collections and Curator for international contemporary Art, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau München

, 7 pm

Illusion and Destruction

Panel discussion on the occasion of NO ILLUSIONS with Zdenek Felix (curator NO ILLUSIONS), Vanessa Joan Müller (Director of the Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf), and Ludwig Seyfarth (art critic, Berlin)

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