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Artist in Virtual Residence
What matters now: distraction and concentration. Our Artist in Virtual Residence Anastasiia Belousova contributes with her new video ‹Game›.
0:23 min.
© Anastasiia Belousova, 2021
Podcast
First Friday with Makiko Nishikaze
As a composer and performance artist, she is interested in the sound effect of objects and the intertwining of acoustic and visual perception.
8:08 min.
© Makiko Nishikaze, Nikolaus Heyduck, Gregor von Sivers
Video
Artist in Virtual Residence
In ‹voyeurix/3mus›, the observer is being observed himself.
1:45 min.
© Anastasiia Belousova, Frederik Hochheimer, 2021
Video
First Friday with Philipp Zöhrer
Philipp Zöhrer takes us to the Wachau church ruins in his adopted hometown Leipzig.
30:38 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, Philipp Zöhrer, 2021
3D-Tour
Take a virtual tour through the exhibitions ‹Zusammenleben› and ‹Heide Stolz. Affären› (13.09.20–24.01.21).
© Marcel Rauschkolb Photographie, 2021
Video
Artist in Virtual Residence
‹We disagree› (Jan 2021)–the new short film by Anastasiia Belousova our Artist in Virtual Residence 2021.
0:24 min.
© Anastasiia Belousova, 2021
Video
Exhibition video
In addition to Takeshi Makishima's painting ‹Long Shadows›, the Kunsthalle Darmstadt also shows his series ‹Circles› until 4 April 2021.
0:59 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, Takeshi Makishima, video: Sylvia Heidt, 2021
Video
Artist in Virtual Residence
With her animation ‹Isolation› (Dec. 2020) our Artist in Virtual Residence Anastasiia Belousova defies the lockdown.
0:41 min.
© Anastasiia Belousova, 2020
Podcast
First Friday with AR Lonz
Violinist Angela Fischer and guitarist Rolf Lonz use their instruments to create a dazzling musical composition.
20:59 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, AR Lonz, 2020
Podcast
First Friday with Paul Ebhart
The performance ‹Eilt› by Paul Ebhart is a musical snapshot reflecting on the studio as a place of creation.
17:28 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, Paul Ebhart, 2020
Video
First Friday with Carla Milena Vollmers
The solo performance ‹Die Sinnlichkeit der Unzulänglichkeit› by Carla Milena Vollmers tries to develop a philosophical, social and collective language from an intuitive position.
26:51 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, Carla Milena Vollmers, 2020
Video
First Friday with Zoé Mahlau
The performance ‹232164 at the first level› evolves around a Steinway grand piano with the number 232164. It explores the relation between improvisation and method, between freedom and limitation.
24:52 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, Zoé Mahlau, 2020
Podcast
First Friday with Tatjana Stürmer
Artist and designer Tatjana Stürmer's sets move delusionally between noise, electronic and collage.
88:30 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, Tatjana Stürmer, 2020
Video
Planet 9 - Regina Silveira
It looks as if giants examined the Kunsthalle! Regina Silveira pushes the boundaries of graphics by transfering them to the public space.
1:06 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, 2017
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Planet 9 – José Montealegre
The installation by José Montealegre in the inner courtyard of the Kunsthalle Darmstadt was constantly changing depending on the weather and lighting conditions.
0:43 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, 2017
Video
Planet 9 – Juan Osorno
Juan Osorna talks about his series ‹Sightings› (2017). For him drawing is a tool of exploration and imagination which opens up new worlds.
1:23 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, 2017
Video
Planet 9 – Mei Le
As foreign minister of ‹Peach Blossom Land›, the performance artist Mei Le was invited to attend the opening event of ‹Planet 9›.
0:50 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, 2017
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Planet 9 – Nathalie Daoust
The Canadian artist Nathalie Daoust talks about her series ‹Korean Dreams›. Her photographs taken in North Korea show a country which exists in total isolation from the rest of the world.
1:42 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, 2017
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Planet 9 – Raphael Danke
Raphael Danke has transformed the flagpoles once standing on the forecourt of the Kunsthalle Darmstadt into three of his ‹Yoga Sculptures›. Moved as if by magic, they now stretch into different yoga asanas.
0:52 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, 2017
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Planet 9 – Xiang Yang
The walk-in installation ‹The Shore Where We Can Reach› by Xiang Yang oscillates between house and boat.
1:56 min.
© Kunsthalle Darmstadt, 2017

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