Julius Von Bismarck Landscape Painting (Quarry)
4K Video 37:06

Julius Von Bismarck Fire with Fire installation view

Julius Von Bismarck Raumfisch
HD Video 17:36 min.

Julius Von Bismarck Racehorse for Christmas
HD Video 12:33

Exhibition Video Nik Nowak - 12 Töne

Director / Producer: Marietta Auras
Camera: Kevin Klein
Editor: Nicola Powell
Text: Dr. Inke Arns
Voice Over: Jessica Edwards
Music: Nik Nowak / Frank Zerban
Sound Mix: Adam Asnan
Production Assistant: Svenja Schäfer

 

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Nik Nowak 12 Töne
5:02

Julius von Bismarck Calle 22, 2015
HD Video 40 min

Julius von Bismarck Tiere sind Engel mit Fell, 2018
Two-channel HD video installation 20:27 min.

Julius von Bismarck Den Himmel muss man sich wegdenken, 2014
HD Video 8:56 min

Julius von Bismarck Talking to Thunder, 2017
HD Video 21 min

Colin Snapp Panorama
Video 16:9 37:00 min

Panorama speaks most clearly to the themes of a disconnected experience in nature. A single-channel video of 37 minutes, the work examines tourists entering and passing through the recognizable wildlife of the Pacific North-West of America’s national parks. We see the walkways working to keep the tourist from their emersion in awe-inspiring nature, yet automatically and almost as if a requirement, the tourists add another partition by placing a screen between themselves and their enviroment. As such they have inadvertently reduced a 360 degree vantage point to no-more-than a 10 centimetre wide LCD display.

Colin Snapp NV Regional #3
HD Video 24:51 min

NV Regional shows a non-edited longtime observation of tourists at the Hoover Dam in Nevada. The scenery leaves an almost extraterrestrial impression: Serpentines cut through the vast land of the Black Canyon creating geometrical formations. Visitors walk slowly along these pathways and move as if directed by an invisible force. An ethereal sound he developed by reworking recordings of the electrical current generated by the dam’s power plants accompanies their progress.

Colin Snapp NV Regional #2
HD Video 26:49 min

NV Regional shows a non-edited longtime observation of tourists at the Hoover Dam in Nevada. The scenery leaves an almost extraterrestrial impression: Serpentines cut through the vast land of the Black Canyon creating geometrical formations. Visitors walk slowly along these pathways and move as if directed by an invisible force. An ethereal sound he developed by reworking recordings of the electrical current generated by the dam’s power plants accompanies their progress.

Colin Snapp If You Love Somebody
Single-Channel Video 4:54

Life on earth is unrecognizable as compared with October 2019, when coronavirus had yet to mutate into its current form, and the American artist Colin Snapp first visited Rome. In 2019, it was possible, among other things, for a crowd to form at the Trevi Fountain and for an observer to snake through it unnoticed, which Snapp did, 30 minutes after arriving in the city, filming tourists with his iPhone while wandering in search of the Coliseum…— excerpt of Text by Eviana Hartman