Higlights from the media art collection
With his film Kempinski in Mali, Neïl Beloufa recorded fantastic stories about life in the future. The astonishing quality of the tales is certainly in part thanks to the narrative art of Africans, who can make up stories ad hoc and without a script, tales about oxen playing music, talking cars and trips to the North Pole. With Kempinski, the French-Algerian artist made his artistic breakthrough. The video installation is the first in an extensive work series in which the artist explores the consequences of a society shaped by new technologies. The Sammlung Goetz will present the film in its next Screening Special on its website on the second weekend in December (11 and 12 December).
Single-channel video installation (color, sound)
Sammlung Goetz Media Art, Munich