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Jos Diegel [Videonale.15]

* 1982 in Offenbach GER
Studied at Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach, GER

  

Exhibitions [selection]:

 

2014 Transform NY, The Lodge Gallery, New York, USA
         Paraflows Intimacy, Künstlerhaus, Vienna, AUT
         Beim letzten mal war das so, dass ihm das zu kritisch und zu wenig abstrakt war!,
         Galerie Greulich, Frankfurt/Main, GER
2013 Let´s talk about money, honey, Theater Gessnerallee, Zurich, SUI
         Return, Kunstraum Pro Arte, Hallein, AUT
         Arse Elektronika, Noise Bridge Hackerspace, San Francisco, USA
2012 Neue Welten, Kunsthallen Offenbach, Offenbach, GER
         Mousonturm – Lüftenfestival, Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, GER plan B – sprechen über,
         Galerie 5020, Salzburg, AUT fuck fuck fuck, Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich, SUI

 

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Dauernd musst Du etwas machen was keinen Anfang und kein Ende hat, 2014, 18:56 min., Ton, Farbe [Videonale.15]

»A reprendre depuis le début. Il faut être absolument moderne.« (Repeat from the beginning. It is necessary to be absolutely modern.) A web of profound statements: Like a »flood it washes over you« and you try to understand and follow. But when you listen more closely the words loose their sense. Connections seem to exist for a short time and immediately seem to be broken. The two protagonists repeatedly make apt comments about their dialogue and their work. They talk about: »quite unimportant stuff« and declare: »Here we’re not talking to one another but one after the other.« A house in Sauerlach, Bavaria: Two actresses are standing in the rain, holding umbrellas. An unbroken dialogue between the women runs through various scenes and places: The sentence spoken in the rain is finished inside the house or repeated inside a small car, and the cuts in the picture are tied together by the sound track. The protagonists also change their appearances, they are in the house, wearing costumes and it resembles a rehearsal. They are standing in the rain in everyday clothes. There is an interplay of speaking and acting, we experience the artistic production process of a film which will not be made.

Juliane Guder

Jos Diegel