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Guggenheim Christopher Wool Symposium - PTG: Abstraction since 1980 - YouTube

Talks by Suzanne Hudson, Mark Godfrey, and Katy Siegel addressing questions of painting and abstraction from the 1980s to the present were given on the occasion of Christopher Wool, on view October 25, 2013-January 22, 2014. Learn more about the symposium and view the full speaker list: http://gu.gg/DDYyo

Presented in conjunction with Christopher Wool on view October 25, 2013–January 22, 2014 at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Learn more: http://www.guggenheim.org/wool


◇ Christopher Wool - Crosstown Crosstown, artist talk at DCA.flv - YouTube

Artist Christopher Wool talking about his exhibition, Crosstown Crosstown (6 April - 8 June 2003), at Dundee Contemporary Arts.


◇ Christopher Wool - abstract painting - YouTube

Christopher Wool gehört zu den wichtigsten Vertretern der abstrakten Malerei und versucht in seinen Bildern die Grenzen des Abstrakten immer neu zu erfoschen. Dabei nutzt er unterschiedliche Medien wie Malerei, Zeichnung, Fotografie und Druck.
Das Museum Ludwig in Köln widmet Christopher Wool vom 21.04. - 12.07. eine Ausstellung, in der vor allem die Arbeiten zwischen 2006 und 2009 vorgestellt werden.
Christopher Wool is one of the most important representatives of abstract painting. In his new works he uses different media such as painting, drawing, photography and printing.
The Museum Ludwig in Cologne dedicates Christopher Wool from 21.04. - 12.07. an exhibition which presents works between 2006 and 2009.

ein Film von/a film by Ralph Goertz
Institut für Kunstdokumentation und Szenografie
Vielen Dank an/many thanks to Christopher Wool, Julia Friedrich und Museum Ludwig Köln.
© IKS/Ralph Goertz



Copyright © 2009 Helke Bayrle, Portikus, Sternberg Press / Editor: Daniel Birnbaum / Editorial work: Sunah Choi / ISBN 978-1-933128-76-4


◇ Wade Guyton at Museum Ludwig - YouTube

Vlog: Wade Guyton OS - YouTube

In this vlog, educators Andrew Fisher and Christine S. Kim discuss Wade Guyton's printer paintings.


◇ Wade Guyton OS at the WHITNEY MUSEUM - YouTube

インクジェットプリンター - Wikipedia




Thomas Demand | Louisiana Channel

We realize how the world looks through models, says German artist Thomas Demand in this interview. And we live with models all the time - in science, media, even the weather-forecast is a model. Without models, we would go mad within seconds.

Thomas Demand is known for his large scale photographs of three-dimensional models, made from paper and cardboard. He constructs the models in life size, photographs them, and destroys them afterwards. The only thing left is an image of a past moment. Many of Demands models can be traced back to public events and images, such as his reconstruction of The Oval Office in the White House, a rendering of the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris (where Princess Diana’s fatal accident occurred) and a recount center in Florida from the much debated US election in 2000.

With his series Model Studies, for the first time Demand turned his camera towards models that are not his own. During a residency at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles in 2011, Demand was introduced to the American architect John Lautner’s archive, in which he found twelve architectural maquettes of unrealised projects the architect designed. The models are old and bruised, they each have a biography of their own. However, Demand did not seek to present flattering representations of Launter’s final designs. Instead he depicted the models from various angles, in natural light and from such immediate proximity that the images arouse curious visual explorations - intimate and seductive - independent of the buildings to which they refer, but the objects they became.

“Architecture has always been in the centre of my attention, because it deals with utopias and ideas of a somehow better future”. Nonetheless, Demand’s investigation of Lautner’s models is not merely an architectural historical examination. The photographs can also be seen as documentations of an architect’s thoughts and quarrels. With their sculptural qualities, Demand - echoing his previous work with an abstract rigour - questions the medium as a faithful record of reality, in a search for the construction of new ways of understanding and perceiving the world through models.

Thomas Demand was born in 1964 in Munich. Today, he lives and works in Los Angeles and Berlin. Demand graduated from the Academy of Arts in Düsseldorf, and Goldsmith’s College in London. His solo exhibitions include shows at Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Serpentine Gallery, London; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo; Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam; the Fondazione Prada, Venice, the Kunsthaus Bregenz, the Lenbachhaus Munich and the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk. His work is represented in numerous museums and collections

Thomas Demand was interviewed by Marc-Christoph Wagner at Avlskarl Gallery in Copenhagen.

Camera: Klaus Elmer

Edit: Kamilla Bruus

Produced by Marc-Christoph Wagner

Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2014

Supported by Nordea-fonden


MoMA | The Collection | Thomas Demand. Clearing. 2003

◇ Doug Aitken – The Source: Thomas Demand | Tate

Henning Christiansen & Joseph Beuys "Op.50: Requiem of Art" - YouTube

This is the second side of a (rare and ridiculously expensive) collaboration LP by Joseph Beuys and Henning Christiansen circa 1973. Somebody reissue this (affordably), please!


◇ Henning Christiansen - Abschiedssymphonie - YouTube

◇ Henning Christiansen - Abschiedssymphonie (Vinyl, LP) at Discogs

Featuring [Telephone] – Joseph Beuys
Mixed By – Jean Martin
Piano, Recorded By, Mixed By – Henning Christiansen
Piano, Violin – Nam June Paik
Recorded By – Ernst Kretzer, Esben Christiansen, Lorenzo Mammi, Thomas Stelter


◇ Henning Christiansen - Symphony Natura Op. 170 (full album) - YouTube

Symphony Natura Op. 170 was initially performed by Henning Christiansen as an eight-hour-long audio sequences in Rome's zoo in 1985 on eight loudspeakers in collaboration with Lorenzo Mammi.

This recording of Symphony Natura Op. 170 was originally released as part of the "Fluxus Anthology 30th Anniversary 1962-1992 Sound Events" a cassette box set with eight C90 cassette tapes, released on Slowscan in 1982 and re-realesed as an individual vinyl album on the same label in 2006.


◇ UbuWeb Sound :: Henning Christiansen