What does the artist do after the death of the curator?
the installation is in the entrance of giardini. a tent, camping table on top the product. Bernhard stands in front, wearing mirrored sunglasses.
his multiple is in basic art for artists, giving you an ease of pain when you suffer from opening paralysis and curator dependencies.
He travels all major art festivals promoting his project, and we just like him…
Entering the russian pavillon. Shower is an interactive installation, where tv footage floods down on the spectator. Reflecting on the media overkill of our time, ponomarev works with aesthetic brilliance and uses old fashioned technique embedded in an multimedia environment. Pulling the armatures one can regulate the speed of the pictureflood. The content itself is mixed with news, entertainment, porn, musicvideos etc.
Robert storr opens the 52nd biennale di venezia. In giardini hundrets, not thousands of arts addicts, collectors, museum directors (hifive to gerald matt) and artists gather to celebrate this wonderful festival. The focus is set to africa this year, reflecting on the situation after colonisation.
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The first toilet installation i ever saw. Its interactive, thanks to your own catabolisms, and its sound plays a mesh up of various national anthems. Like the thought of taking a dump while listening to my fav anthem. Thats where nationalism belongs to: flush it down the loo
Belgium. An enormous glass labyrinth, the artist explains his work on 10+ videoscreens, shows how to walk thru it. the special tension on this is how the space is being divided into small pieces, we all know mirror labyrinths. the guideance of the artist himself, being present on synchronized screens all over the installation, lead by the tremendous telepresence of eric duychaerts does the rest.
didn’t know you yet, eric. wanna see more of your stuff…
Here we see some real simple, but popular pieces. About 100 dart plates, were people throw and throw, created by jacob dahlgren. Tried to get my turn, but couldnt wait. In the right corner i see a sculpture made of generic windows by sirous namazi, as well as the steel sheet sculpture. He must be a frustrated architect or something… Jk
Bones, bones, bones. Thats what we have in the korean pavillon. People assured me, that there were no human bones, the bits are made of magnesia. The skeleton you see on the pic is a replica of tom, from tom and jerry. Funny feature in all this morbidity…