Marcellvs L. at ZKM | Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnolgie (05/25/2008)
The project Vertrautes Terrain – Aktuelle Kunst in & über Deutchland conceives itself, namely, as a resonance space within which the differentiated examination of works by international artists, who reflect on Germany in distinctly different ways as a historical-, art-, and social sphere can be carried out. The focus placed on the German context refers to an "imaginary cartography", which seeks to trace those concerns dealing with the form and content, the symptoms and the virulent features in art as set against the backdrop of their socio-political presence.
22 May 2008 - 21 September 2008
Opening: 21 May, 2008 at 19h.
Wed - Fri 10-18h, Sat - Sun 11-18h
Mon, Tue closed
ZKM | Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnolgie
Image: Marcellvs L.'s 52°30'50.13" N 13°22'42.05" E (2007)
HDV, five-channel video installation,
variable duration (loop)
WBK Vrije Academie Prize (10/08/2007)
Marcellvs L. have received the Videobrasil WBK Vrije Academie Prize. Supported by the Prince Claus Fund, the Videobrasil Residency Programme benefits artists participating in the Festival’s competitive exhibition.
The programme’s partners are the Le Fresnoy Studio National des Arts Contemporains (France), the French Consulate General in Brazil, Alliance Française, Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado, and the WBK Vrije Academie (The Netherlands), with the collaboration of Capacete Entretenimentos (Brazil) and Instituto Sacatar (Brazil).
The first residencies will be undertaken in 2008 and 2009, in France, The Netherlands, and Brazil.
The winning artists were selected by a commission comprised of Solange
Farkas and Ana Pato (Associação Cultural Videobrasil), Tom van Vliet
(WBK Vrije Academie), Marcos Moraes (FAAP), Helmut Batista (Capacete),
and Inês Raphaelian and John Taylor Van Horne (of Instituto Sacatar).