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Alexander Hahn

* 1954 in Rapperswil SUI, lebt und arbeitet in New York USA 
Studium an der Hochschule der Künste Zürich SUI



Ausstellungen [Auswahl]:


2014 CAFA Art Museum, Beijing CHN 
          Hitzewelle, Kunstmuseum Solothurn 
2013 Indian Records, NY Electronic Festival, Harvestworks, New York USA [S] 
          Lemancolia, Musée Jenisch, Vevey SUI Experimental Documentaries, Anthology Archives, New York    
2012 Cao Chang Di Road on November 24 
2009 I Stood There Waiting, Harvestworks, New York USA [S] 
2010 Bringing Things to a Standstill, Kunstraum Oktogon, Bern SUI [S] 
          Luminous Point, Le Petit Versailles, New York USA [S] 
2008 Festival della Scienza: Alexander Hahn - Luminous Point, Museo d'Arte Contemporanea di Villa Croce,
         Genoa ITA [S] 
         Room for Thought: Alexander Hahn & Yves Netzhammer San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San
         Francisco USA [S]




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Viewers of Optics, 1987, 10:43 min., Farbe, Ton [VIDEONALE.3]

One peers through the binoculars of a statue upon the terrain of memory - an area of disaster... Pulling to a closer focus, the catastrophe seems to concern not the world at large but that of a relationship between a man and a woman. This view, too, is a distortion of distance. Closing in on the event, it becomes apparent that there is only one individual involved; that the male and female are aspects of a single psyche. (James Minnis) 

Quelle: www.alexanderhahn.com/Video/ViewersOptics2012.html

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Dirt Site, 1990, 15:15 Min., s/w, Ton [VIDEONALE.4]

Dirt Site is an electronic memory play, inspired by the medieval Bogomil heresy. The stage is the labyrinth of the human psyche. From beneath the fractionated and codified appearances of our urban-technological environment ,the piece evokes a tropical and prehistorical landscape of our past - a devolution from the necortex to the reptilian brain. 

Quelle: www.alexanderhahn.com/Video/DirtSite2012.html

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Alexander Hahn