Membran – Installation

2018, Exhibition view “Collisions”, Nidwaldner Museum. Curators: Patrizia Keller and Chantal Molleur. Foto: Christian Hartmann (videodokumentation soon)

2018, Loop 11′, 3-channel HD / with Karin Minger, Thomas Douglas, David Wohnlich. Voices: Desirée Meiser, Thomas Douglas, Ueli Jäggi. Artistic collaboration, production: Stella Händler. camera: Thomas Isler. Set design, costume design: Monika Görner. Music: J. S. Bach. Piano: Michael Donkel. Sounddesign: Max Philipp Schmid. Sounddesign and mix: Hartmut Homolka.

The older man plays the piano, the woman is practicing Tai Chi, the younger man is aimlessly searching the Internet. In choreographed sequences the plotlines of these three solitary characters begin to thicken, into expressive conditions somewhere between hysterical activism and helpless resignation. Now and again they pause, peek out their windows into the darkness where they can sense an invisible danger. But despite their state of high alert, nothing happens. All three return to their routines, until they once again sit up and try to grab a hold of this intrusive, unfathomable something. With fragments of catastrophe poetry, news and sociological observations, Membrane addresses openness and segregation, information overload and powerlessness in a filmic collage.

Reviews (in german): Filmexplorer, Kunstbulletin, und in der Luzerner Zeitung