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Resonance and Silence.  Synesthetic aspects of film and video
April 13 – September 9, 2012 | Goetz Collection at Haus der Kunst, Munich

The third Goetz Collection exhibition in the former air-raid shelter of the Haus der Kunst concentrates on the fundamental differences between film and video that set these artforms apart from such classic media as painting or sculpture: time and sound.

León Krempel, the curator of Klang und Stille, has selected works from the Goetz Collection that range from the strident canine barking of El Gringo to the almost unbearable grinding sound of Sabbath and even visual sequences with no sound at all, such as Ruurlo, Bocurloscheweg or Uomoduomo, which nevertheless evoke an inner idea of sound. Klang und Stille positions our perceptions at a critical distance to the sensory seductiveness of the media. It is only when we are aware that images can evoke sound, and sounds can evoke images, that we are in a position to understand film and video in a fundamental and analytical way. Only then does the artwork emerge from the field of entertainment and contribute to our understanding of reality.

Works in the exhibition:
Francis Alÿs, El Gringo, 2004
Hans op de Beeck, Colours, 1999
Christoph Brech, The Wind that shakes the Barley, 2008
David Claerbout, Ruurlo, Bocurloscheweg, 1910, 1997
Tacita Dean, Sound Mirrors, 1999
Rodney Graham, A Little Thought, 2000
Gary Hill, Blind Spot, 2002
Teresa Hubbard & Alexander Birchler, Gregor's Room II, 1998/99
Tim Lee, The Goldberg Variations. Aria, BWV 988, 1741. Johann Sebastian Bach (Glenn Gould, 1981), 2007
Christian Marclay, Telephones, 1995
Nira Pereg, Sabbath, 2008
Anri Sala, Uomoduomo, 2000
Wolfgang Tillmans, Lights (Body), 2000-2002
Guido van der Werve, Nummer drie / Take step fall, 2004