ANTJE EHMANN is a curator, author and artist.
She lives and works in Berlin
Curatorial Projects (selection):
Harun Farocki. First Time in Warsaw, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujadowski Castle, Warsaw 2012 | Between Eye and Hand. Video Installations at the former Hotel Pythagoras, Samos 2012 | Serious Games. War – Media – Art, Mathildenhöhe, Darmstadt 2011 | The Image in Question. War – Media – Art, Carpenter Center for Visual Arts, Cambridge / Mass. 2010 | Three Early Films (with Kodwo Eshun & Bart van der Heide), Cubitt Gallery, London 2009 | Harun Farocki. 22 films 1968–2009 (with Stuart Comer & Kodwo Eshun), Tate Modern, London 2009 | Cinema like never before (with Harun Farocki), Generali Foundation Vienna 2006 | Akademie der Künste, Berlin 2007.
Artistic Projects / Exhibitions / Actions (selection):
War Tropes, (with Harun Farocki), Gorki Theater, Berlin 2011 | X-Wohnungen Johannesburg, (with Harun Farocki), Johannesburg 2010 | Feasting or Flying (with Harun Farocki), Moderna Galerija Ljubljana, Ljubljana 2009 | Wege / Paths & Counter Music, Fundación Dodeca, Montevideo 2005 | Urban Transformations, Goethe-Institut Toronto, Toronto 2005 | Shrinking Cities, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin 2004.
Harun Farocki. First Time in Warsaw, (with Artur Liebhart), Warsaw 2012 | Serious Games. War – Media – Art, (with Ralf Beil), Ostfildern 2011 | Harun Farocki. Against What? Against Whom? (with Kodwo Eshun), Cologne 2009 | Cinema like never before (with Harun Farocki), Cologne 2006 | Amos Gitai. News from Home (with Katharina Fichtner & Anselm Franke), Cologne 2006 | Geschichte des Dokumentarischen Films in Deutschland, Bd. 2, Weimarer Republik (with Jeanpaul Goergen & Klaus Kreimeier), Stuttgart 2005.
HARUN FAROCKI (1944-2014) was an author, filmmaker and video artist.
He lived and worked in Berlin
Solo Shows (selection):
Harun Farocki, Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin 2012 | Harun Farocki First Time in Warsaw, Center for Contemporary Art, Warsaw 2012 | Harun Farocki: Images of War (at a Distance), Museum of Modern Art, MOMA, New York 2011-12 | Harun Farocki, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz 2010 | Harun Farocki. Against What? Against Whom?, Raven Row, London 2009 | Harun Farocki, Museum Ludwig, Cologne 2009.
Group Shows (selection):
The World is not fair, Flughafen Tempelhof, Berlin 2012 | 29th. Bienal des Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 2011 | Exposed: Voyerism, Surveillance and the Camera, Tate Modern, London 2010 | Documenta 12, Kassel 2007 | The California Files – Re-Viewing Side Effect of Cultural Memory, CCA Wattis Institute of Contemporary Arts, San Francisco 2007.
Rote Berta Geht Ohne Liebe Wandern, Cologne 2009 | Kino wie noch nie / Cinema like never before, (with Antje Ehmann), Cologne 2006 | Imprint / Nachdruck, Berlin, New York 2001.
Films / Installations (selection):
Parallel, 2012 | A New Product, 2012, | War Tropes (with Antje Ehmann), 2011 | Serious Games I-IV, 2009-2010 | The Silver and the Cross, 2010 | Re-Pouring, 2010 | In Comparison, 2009 | Respite, 2007 | Deep Play, 2007 | Transmission 2007.
Harun Farocki has made over 120 film- and video productions. For further details please visit: www.harunfarocki.de
EVA STOTZ is a film maker, tutor and audio-visual performer.
She lives and works in Berlin.
Films and other artistic projects (selection)
Field Trip, interactive documentary, 90 min, funded by MIZ Babelsberg | Moments of Movement, audio-visual performance, 60 min, 2015, supported by Goethe Institute Istanbul, Ulm cultural office, Limerick Light Dance Festival | One Million Steps, documentary, 21 min, 2013, worldwide festival invitations | Global Home, documentary, 92 min, coproduction of ZDF, sabotage Films and Dffb 2012 | 24h Berlin, directed one episode, produced by ZeroOne and broadcast on arte, RBB, 2009 | Documentary film in its making, author of chapter on Sollbruchstelle, published by UVK-Verlag 2008 | Sollbruchstelle, documentary, 61 min, broadcast by 3Sat and ZDF, 2008 | Donaulauf, documentary, 52 min, under the patronage of Frank Walter Steinmeier (minister of foreign affairs) 2007 | Tempelhof documentary, 16 min | Earth in your hand, documentary, 52 min, 2004 | L’après-midi, short fiction, 10 min, 2001, distributed by interfilm Berlin
Awards and scholarships (selection)
Artist residency Tarabya in Istanbul | Best Experimental Film 26th Bamberger Kurzfilmtage | Best Documentary 17th Festival International Du Film D'Aubagne (Fifa) | Audience Award & Best Documentary, 13th Cinedans Amsterdam | Nomination Maverick Award in two categories New York 2012 | German Television Advancement Award 2009 | Advancement Award Duisburger Filmwoche 2009 | Mention speciale Visions du Réel Nyon 2008 | Price of the insurances, dokumentART 2008 | Special Mention ASTRA Filmfestival 2004 | Bamberger Filmpreis 2001 | Festivals: Viennale, DokLeipzig, Torino Film Festival, Duisburger DokWoche and many more.
Harvard University | German Film- und Television Berlin | Bahçeşehir University Istanbul | Kwetu Filmschool Kigali | Raindance Institut London | Irish World Academy Limerick | KoudougouDoc | Les Escales Documentaires de Libreville
Cathy Lee Crane is a filmmaker and University teacher. She lives and works in New York and Ithaca.
Cathy Lee crana has been charting a speculative history on film since 1994. She is the recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the New York Foundation for the Arts as well as grants from the New York State Council on the Arts and the San Francisco Arts Commission. Her award-winning films (which include the experimental biographies Pasolini’s Last Words and Unoccupied Zone: The Impossible Life of Simone Weil) have screened at the Viennale, San Francisco International Film Festival, Festival du Nouveau Cinema, Cinematheque Francais, BFI, and Arsenal/Berlin. Her body of work received its first survey in 2015 as part of the American Original Now series at the National Gallery of Art. She released her first feature The Manhattan Front in February 2018. Crane is Associate Professor in Film at Ithaca College.
León de la Rosa is a user and generator of audiovisual content. He lives and works in Ciudad Juarez.
León De la Rosa is a user and generator of audiovisual content. He teaches and researches digital media with a special emphasis on the creative practices associated with them. He has been a faculty member in the Art Department at Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez since 2004, where he created and heads the AV Media track; he has also led courses dealing with applied ethics, audiovisual theory, contemporary image theory and seminars on multidisciplinary approaches to art. His videos, poetry, and multimedia performances have been shown in Mexico, the United States, Germany and South America among others. Soy solo palabras but wish to be a city was published by Unlikely Books in 2010; Ojalá, a collaboration with Philip Zimmermann was published on Spaceheater Editions in 2012. He completed a PhD in Art History and Education at the University of Arizona with an emphasis on Art and Visual Culture Education in 2015. His dissertation was an arts-based educational research on the language of Internet Memes.
Luis Feduchi is an architect. He lives and works in Berlin.
After completing his studies and receiving a scholarship at the Real Academia Española in Rome, he set up a studio in Madrid. In his work he concentrates on the architecture of exhibitions, archives and museums, he is also dedicated to the preservation of monuments.
Antje Ehmann and Harun Farocki, 2011
Eva Stotz, 2017
Cathy Lee Crane, 2018
Léon de Rosa, 2018