Irmielin Leipzig based artist Francis Hunger – media art, installation, conceptual art, feminism, media history
Video: Inke Arns talking about Francis Hunger & Suzanne Treister

Video: Inke Arns talking about Francis Hunger & Suzanne Treister

Inke Arns talks about the exhibition History has left the building by Francis Hunger in dialogue with Suzanne Treister’s Hexen 2.0. continue reading
Tolpa (2012)

Tolpa (2012)

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... continue reading
The women who never went into space (2012)

The women who never went into space (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... continue reading
History has left the building

History has left the building

exhibition 21 April – 22 July 2012 Opening: Friday April 20th, 2012, 19:00 Curated by Inke Arns (HMKV, Dortmund)   In the spring of 2012, the HMKV shows on the 3rd floor of the Dortmunder U – Centre for Art... continue reading

Protected: Die Frau, die nie ins Weltall flog – Hörspiel (2012)

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Recording the Radio Play: The Woman who never went into Space

Recording the Radio Play: The Woman who never went into Space

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... continue reading
Recording the Choir of Dead space Travellers

Recording the Choir of Dead space Travellers

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... continue reading