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Retrospectives with films by Heinz Emigholz in Zagreb, Belgrade, Copenhagen, Sevilla, Granada, Cordoba and Sao Paulo /// Cinema release of THE AIRSTRIP /// Q&A Session with Kodwo Eshun in LondonMini-Retro: Seven music videos by Heinz Emigholz for KREIDLER /// In post-production: 2+2=22 [The Alphabet] /// In preparation: The Streetscape Sagas

 

TheAirstrip-Plakat 140THE AIRSTRIP

Photography and beyond – Part 21 / Decampment of Modernism – Part III
Heinz Emigholz, D 2013, 108 Minutes

I am imagining an air space into which a bomb has been dropped which has not yet reached it's ground zero. It is flying towards that point and cannot be stopped anymore. And then I ask myself what kind of a time that is existing between the dropping and the explosion of that bomb. It is neither the future because the enevitable destruction has yet not taken place, nor is it the past, because is definetely going to be destroyed in an instant. The flight time of the bomb describes an absolute nothingness, a zero hour, consisting of all possibilities that will not exist anymore in the next moment. A story that will cease before it has begun and that I sullenly have to tell. More...

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"This gloriously controlled study of the work of French architect Auguste Perret ... re-creates the tension between the ultrarational and the subtly exuberant in the architect's best work." (Best of 2012, ARTFORUM)

Premiere in Locarno 2012. Screenings at TIFF, VIFF, VIENNALE 2012, MoMA DF 2013:

PERRET IN FRANCE AND ALGERIA

Decampment of Modernism – Part II / Photography and beyond – Part 20
Heinz Emigholz, D 2012, 110 min

The film PERRET IN FRANCE AND ALGERIA presents thirty buildings and architectural ensembles of the French architects and construction engineers Auguste and Gustave Perret. Auguste Perret (1874-1954) has masterfully refined concrete construction in the implementation of his projects and instilled in them a classical expression.

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"All architecture is what you do to it when you look upon it." (Walt Whitman)

PARABETON - PIER LUIGI NERVI AND ROMAN CONCRETE

Decampment of Modernism – Part I  / Photography and beyond – Part 19
Heinz Emigholz, D 2011, 100 min

PARABETON presents seventeen, in Italy and France still extant buildings by the Italian civil engineer Pier Luigi Nervi (1891-1979). The Romans invented liquid rock, also known as concrete. Nervi shaped concrete in such an ingenious way that he can be called the Architect‘s Architect of the 20th Century. The film shows his buildings in connection with ten examples of Ancient Roman architecture made of Opus caementitium. More...

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Eine Serie von Gedanken - A Series of Thoughts

"The dead are disturbing."

After its' premiere at BERLINALE 2011 and several festival screenings A Series of Thoughts was released on the DVD MISCELLANEA I–VII by FILMGALERIE 451:

A SERIES OF THOUGHTS
Four Films by Heinz Emigholz
1986-2010, HD, color and b/w, 91 min

EL GRECO IN TOLEDO, LEONARDO'S TEARS,
ON BOARD THE USS TICONDEROGA and A MUSEUM IN ESSEN

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THE FORMATIVE YEARS – Extended Version
Ten films (1972–2004) by Heinz Emigholz

SCHENEC-TADY I  (1972/73, 16mm, silent)
SCHENEC-TADY II  (1973, 16mm, silent)
ARROWPLANE  (1973/74, 16mm, silent)
TIDE  (1974, 16mm, silent)
SCHENEC-TADY III  (1973/75, 16mm, silent)
HOTEL  (1975/76, 16mm, silent and sound)
DEMON 
(1976/77, 16mm, sound)
THE BASIS OF MAKE-UP I-III  (1974-2004, 35mm, sound)

All 16mm-films of THE FORMATIVE YEARS are in the Collection of the Austrian Filmmuseum in Vienna.icon Flyer , NYC  iconInfos   THE FORMATIVE YEARS

 

THE TRILOGY OF THE SEVENTIES, three films by Heinz Emigholz, will be released in 2014 by FILMGALERIE 451 on DVD.

 

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"In der Ferne die auf dem Kopf stehende Landschaft mit dem Schießstand aus den Filmen Schenec-Tady I und III. Der Pferdekopf ist jetzt aufrecht dem Betrachter zugewandt, die Linien seiner Zeichnung bestehen aus Gen-Ketten. In der Mitte des Bildes eine fortgeschrittene Augenoperation. Im Dunkeln eines Zuschauerraumes sitzen und sich das Gehirn entfalten lassen, als wäre es das Ei, das einer dauernden Befruchtung bedarf, oder ein Block mit photographischer Emulsion beschichteten Bleis, in den Neutrinos unbekannter Herkunft einschlagen und unser Assoziationsvermögen aufrühren. Das Kino war die erste Institution, die massenhaft Zeit- und Raumerfahrungen ermöglichte, ohne daß sich der Körper an die gezeigten Orte begeben mußte. Jeder Filmschnitt versetzt komplexe Räume schneller als in Lichtgeschwindigkeit, wie die Quanten einer subatomaren Welt. Religion: Der Raum kommt zum Körper und nicht der Körper zum Raum. Ein rauschhaftes Begreifen mit den Augen, eine Sucht auf Erfahrungsbeschleunigung und Verdichtung, eine Wiedergeburt ohne Körper." (Aus: Zeichnung oder Film, 2013).

(1975) 

 

 

DIE BASIS DES MAKE-UP , 604 drawings by Heinz Emigholz, artist book for exhibition at HAMBURGER BAHNHOF 2008, 608 pages, € 30 /// Catalogue MUSEUM FÜR GEGENWART No. 11 – HEINZ EMIGHOLZ with essays by Eugen Blume, Art Spiegelman, Hartmut Bitomsky, Hanne Loreck, Stefan Ripplinger, Marc Ries, Donatella Chiancone-Schneider and Frieda Grafe, 56 pages, € 10 EURO

 
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Kino (I)
Die Basis des Make-Up (III)
Kino (II)

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17. Januar 2008
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