Landscape in Motion

Cinematic Visions of an Uncertain Tomorrow

12.03.2015 19:00


Opening: Thursday, March 12, 2015, 7 pm

In cooperation with Camera Austria, Diagonale 2015 and The Austrian Film Museum.

Curated by: Peter Pakesch and Katrin Bucher

Location: Space02

Duration: 13.03.-26.10.2015
 


Landscape requires perspective. The view from space of a moving, finite world changed our perception of it permanently: landscape, as a tamed territory, became a living material and a fought-over resource. Today, more than ever, it is a place of reflection on contexts and responsibilities – and not least of all an autonomous, unfathomable dimension. The exhibition shows pioneering works from the 1960s onwards, which reflect a changing awareness of landscape in the Anthropocene era. Film plays a vital role in this as the catalyst for the perception of a possible reality of landscape.

 

With works by Darren Almond, Rosa Barba, James Benning, Ursula Biemann, Lucius Burckhardt, Leo Calice und Gerhard Treml, Center for Land Use Interpretation, Tacita Dean, Marine Hugonnier, Mathias Kessler, Markus Jeschaunig, Armin Linke, Lukas Marxt, David Nez, Walter Niedermayr, Qiu Anxiong, Ed Ruscha, Klaus Schafler, Allan Sekula, Robert Smithson, Shi Guorui, Michael Snow, Guido van der Werve. 

 

Performances at the opening:

7pm: Solo Performance by Klaus Schafler as part of its installation Sandbank at the Kunsthaus Graz at the Lendkai

7.30pm: Solo performance by Thomas Rottleuthner on the bariton saxophone, Foyer 

 
 

Kunsthaus Graz

Lendkai 1
8020 Graz, Österreich
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