Goetz Collection

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Mike Kelley: Video works by and with the artist
June 10, 2000 | Filmmuseum Munich

In cooperation with Sammlung Goetz, Mike Kelley presents a selection of his video films and introduces his new work Test Room Containing Multiple Stimuli Known to Elicit Curiosity and Manipulatory Responses, 1999.

The presentation in the Filmmuseum is part of the exhibition Mike Kelley – Peter Fischli, David Weiss in Sammlung Goetz, which places these contrasting artists in a dynamic dialogue with each other. All of them deal in some way or another with the existential questions of our time – but in very different forms. Mike Kelley is one of the most influential American artists of the twentieth century. The accompanying video program provides extensive insights into his cinematic work.

Mike Kelley (born in 1954 in Detroit, US, died in 2012 in Los Angeles, US, lived and worked in Los Angeles, US from 1976).

The Banana Man, 1982
EVOL, 1985
Kappa, 1986
Sir Drone, 1988
Blind Country, 1989
One Hundred Reasons, 1991
Fresh Accionci, 1996
Test Room Containing Multiple Stimuli Known to Elicit Curiosity and Manipulatory Responses, 1999