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Deutsches Theatermuseum München

Encounters. Artistic perspectives on cinema

In the context of the Munich Film Festival and in cooperation with the Deutsches Theatermuseum, the Sammlung Goetz will present films by artists who explore aesthetic strategies of cinema. Through the use of innovative techniques and experimental narrative forms, the works on view offer a multi-layered reflection on film as a medium. So viewers can experience the full scope of artistic perspectives, an extensive, changing program has been created and will be shown in a specially designed cinema on the upper floor of the Deutsches Theatermuseum. A reading lounge in the foyer invites visitors to discover more about the exhibited artistic positions.

With works by Yael Bartana, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster & Tristan Bera, Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler, Sven Johne, Isaac Julien, Jesper Just, Annika Larsson, Christian Marclay, Tracey Moffatt, Tracey Moffatt & Gary Hillberg, Marcel Odenbach, Julian Rosefeldt, Aïda Ruilova, Ann-Sofi Sidén und Yang Fudong.  

Deutsches Theatermuseum München

Daily except Monday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Deutsches Theatermuseum
Galeriestr. 4a (Hofgarten arcades)
80539 Munich

Film program

1st program (3.–28.7.2024), duration: approx. 68'

Isaac Julien, Paradise Omeros, 2002, 20’29’’

Tracey Moffatt, Night Cries – A Rural Tragedy, 1989, 16’34’’

Marcel Odenbach, Im Schiffbruch nicht schwimmen können, 2011, 8’15’’

Yael Bartana, The Undertaker, 2019, 13’

Yang Fudong, Honey (mi), 2003, 9’29’’


2nd program  (30.7.–18.8.2024), duration: approx. 70'

Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler, House with Pool, 2004, 20’39’’

Jesper Just, A Room of One's Own, 2008, 8’29’’

Annika Larsson, Pink Ball, 2002, 16’13’’

Sven Johne, Elmenhorst, 2006, 6’20’’

Yang Fudong, Lock Again, 2004, 3’

Julian Rosefeldt, Lonely Planet, 2006, 16’18’’
 

3rd program  (20.8.–8.9.2024), duration: approx. 80'

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster & Tristan Bera, Belle Comme le Jour, 2012, 13’

Isaac Julien, Three, 1996-99, 15’55’’

Aïda Ruilova, life like, 2006, 5’19’’

Julian Rosefeldt, Deep Gold, 2013/14, 18’12’’

Ann-Sofi Sidén, QM, I Think I Call Her QM, 1997, 28’
 

Presentation in the reading lounge on a monitor (3.7.–8.9.2024)

Christian Marclay, Telephones, 1995, 7’30’’

Tracey Moffatt & Gary Hillberg, Lip, 1999, 9’45’’

Tracey Moffatt & Gary Hillberg, Artist, 1999, 9’50’’
 

Curated by Cornelia Gockel, Pietro Tondello and Susanne Touw.
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Accompanying program

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Introduction to the second film program

Pietro Tondello (curatorial assistant of the Sammlung Goetz and co-curator of the exhibition) introduces the second film program of the exhibition "Encounters".

Hofgarten Munich

Architecture and Art in Dialogue

Encounters between architecture and art - around the Hofgarten in Munich

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