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Experimental Film, UdK Rundgang 2021 Documentation

The exhibition Another Matter by the Experimental Film and Media Art Class, explored new ways of relating to the more-than-human and inquired into the social, material, and aesthetic conditions of the so-called Anthropocene. The exhibited works examined matters of concern beyond anthropocentrism, following Donna Haraway’s call for tentacular thinking. As an aperture towards new understandings, it brought together artifacts, sketches, notes, and vignettes from a range of ongoing research processes. Presented as an assemblage of in-progress works ranging from video- and installation-based to sculpture and painting, the exhibition embraced the potential of the unfinished to open up new discourses and pose continuously new questions. This Exhibition was developed with the curatorial support of Vanina Saracino. For the Rundgang 2021 the class shows Another Matter Vol. II, featuring 6 selected works from the exhibition held at Acud Gallery earlier this year.

Artists: Cemre Bayatlier, Valentina Berthelon, Lisa Hoffmann, Hayate Kobayashi, Felix Ansmann Müller, Michaël Reinhold, Nerya Shohat Silberberg,  Lisa Maria Steppacher and Dariia Kuzmych

Cemre Bayatlier, Adrian T / Photo by Lisa Maria Steppacher

atoms and pixels are all the same by Cemre Bayatlier / Photo by Lisa Maria Stepacher

Felix Ansmann, Adrian, Lisa Maria Steppacher / Photo by Valentina Berthelon

Greater Space to Wandering Thoughts / Photo by Belal Kalash

atoms and pixels are all the same by Cemre Bayatlier / Photo by Lisa Maria Steppacher

atoms and pixels are all the same by Cemre Bayatlier / Photo by Belal Kalash

Cemre Bayatlier, Lisa Maria Steppacher / Photo by Belal Kalash

Isnessing Nothingness in an existing Everythingness by Cemre Bayatlier / Photo by Belal Kalash

atoms and pixels are all the same by Cemre Bayatlier / Photo by Lisa Maria Steppacher

Queen of the Hill by Lisa Maria Steppacher/ Photo by Lisa Maria Steppacher

Queen of the Hill by Lisa Maria Steppacher/ Photo by Belal Kalash

Queen of the Hill by Lisa Maria Steppacher/ Photo by Belal Kalash

Queen of the Hill by Lisa Maria Steppacher/ Photo by Belal Kalash

Felix Ansmann, Hayate Kobayashi and Valentina Berthelon / Photo by Valentina Berthelon

Abstraction at Scale by Felix Ansmann / Photo by Belal Kalash

Abstraction at Scale by Felix Ansmann / Photo by Belal Kalash

Abstraction at Scale by Felix Ansmann / Photo by Belal Kalash

Paper Press(ing) by Nerya Shohat / Photo by Lisa Maria Steppacher

Paper Press(ing) by Nerya Shohat / Photo by Lisa Maria Steppacher

Paper Press(ing) by Nerya Shohat / Photo by Lisa Maria Steppacher

Paper Press(ing) by Nerya Shohat / Photo by Lisa Maria Steppacher

Experimental Film / Photo by Valentina Berthelon

Haunted Landscapes by Valentina Berthelon / Photo by Valentina Berthelon

Haunted Landscapes by Valentina Berthelon / Photo by Valentina Berthelon

Haunted Landscapes by Valentina Berthelon / Photo by Valentina Berthelon

Haunted Landscapes by Valentina Berthelon / Photo by Valentina Berthelon

road as a timeline by hayate kobayashi / Photo by by hayate kobayashi

road as a timeline by hayate kobayashi / Photo by by hayate kobayashi

road as a timeline by hayate kobayashi / Photo by by hayate kobayashi

Bärly in Winterhur by Michael Reinhold / Photo by Belal Kalash

Bärly in Winterhur by Michael Reinhold / Photo by Belal Kalash

Screen-testing: (Ghost are made of bedsheets) by Lisa Hoffmann / Photo by Valentina Berthelon

Screen-testing: (Ghost are made of bedsheets) by Lisa Hoffmann / Photo by Lisa Hoffmann

Screen-testing: (Ghost are made of bedsheets) by Lisa Hoffmann / Photo by Lisa Hoffmann

Screen-testing: (Ghost are made of bedsheets) by Lisa Hoffmann / Photo by  Lisa Hoffmann

Room 129 / Postgraduate project by Dariia Kuzmych.

A distressing image after a sudden interruption of movement: an image of time by Dariia Kuzmych / Photo by Dariia Kuzmych

A distressing image after a sudden interruption of movement: an image of time by Dariia Kuzmych / Photo by Oksana Meister

A distressing image after a sudden interruption of movement: an image of time by Dariia Kuzmych / Photo by Oksana Meister

A distressing image after a sudden interruption of movement: an image of time by Dariia Kuzmych / Photo by Dariia Kuzmych

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