Inke Arns talks about the exhibition History has left the building by Francis Hunger in dialogue with Suzanne Treister’s Hexen 2.0.
installation / two channel video projection, 22 min / one channel video, 10 min / 3 framed silkscreen prints, 40 × 30 cm, 2012 In his installation Tolpa, Francis Hunger edits and comments on different scenes from films by Dziga Vertov, a historical Soviet film director and contemporary of Sergei Eisenstein. Man with a Movie… Continue reading Tolpa (2012)
installation / radio play (directed and produced by Rafael Bies, Thomas Jähn, Choir: Vocalconsort, Leipzig, directed by Gregor Meyer), 52 min / capsule, wood, 230 cm diameter / 19 framed images, front: black velvet, back: cosmonaut and astronaut portraits, 40 × 30 cm, 2009–2012 Francis Hunger‘s radio play The Woman who never flew… Continue reading The women who never went into space (2012)
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Part of the upcoming show at HMKV Dortmund, opening April 20, 2012 is the installation and radio play “The woman who never went into space”, recorded and created in cooperation with Rafael Bies und Thomas Jähn (Radio Mephisto 97.6). The radio play consists of five parts, with each part headed by the Choir of Dead… Continue reading Recording the Radio Play: The Woman who never went into Space
For my upcoming work “The woman who never flew into space” we have recorded today the Choir of Dead Space Travellers. Directed and arranged by Gregor Meyer as a speaking choir and recorded by Patrick Franke the members of the Vocalconsort choir gave an amazing performance. I’m looking forward to hear the recordings, which will then… Continue reading Recording the Choir of Dead space Travellers