Opening: Contested Grounds – Contested Colors, Films, Installations and a Book
Films, Installations, and a Book
Contested Grounds – Contested Colors
Films, Installations and a Book
In their films Arthur and Corinne Cantrill research the relationship between landscape, indigenous history, cinema, and politics. Their three-color technique draws on James
Clerk Maxwell‘s additive theory of color mixing (1861). The static, invariable elements are reproduced in perfect natural colors, while the moving elements (clouds, foliage,
shadows) appear in ‚unnatural‘ primary colors.
Installation artists Mareike Bernien and Kerstin Schroedinger have researched the ideological implications of colors in different contexts. What becomes visible in color
pictures and what is it that we don‘t see?
“A rumour has no color and can‘t be seen, but it spreads faster than fire underneath your own two feet“ says Inas Halabi, whose publication The Red Book is part of the exhibition.
Contested Grounds – Contested Colors looks at the relations between the works. More about the program...
Opening: Thursday, May 30 7pm
Thursday, May 30–Monday, June 3
Opening hours: Fri + Mon 2pm–8pm, Sat + Sun 11am–8pm
silent green Betonhalle
Films: Earth Message, Arthur and Corinne Cantrill / Australia 1970 / 16mm / OV / 23 min
Bouddi, Arthur and Corinne Cantrill / Australia 1970 / 16mm/ OV / 8min
Heat Shimmer, Arthur and Corinne Cantrill / Australia 1978 / 16mm / silent / 12min
Warrah, Arthur and Corinne Cantrill / Australia 1980 / 16mm/ OV / 15min
Installations: The Second Journes (to Uluru), Arthur and Corinne Cantrill / Australia 1981 / digital file / OV / 74min
Eikon, Arthur and Corinne Cantrill / Australia 1969 / digital file / OV / 4min
Red, She Said, Mareike Bernien, Kerstin Schroedinger / Germany / UK 2011 / 1-Channel-Videoinstallation / 13min
Rainbow's Gravity, Mareike Bernien, Kerstin Schroedinger / Germany / UK 2014 / 1-Channel-Videoinstallation / 33min
Bläue, Kerstin Schroedinger UK / Italy / Switzerland / Germany 2017 / 1-Channel-Videoinstallation / 48min
Publications: The Red Book, Inas Halabi, 2017