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Fabian Winkler & Harald F. Müller [Videonale.10]

Fabian Winkler
* 1975 Singen/Htwl. GER, lives in West Lafayette, Indiana USA
Studied at Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe GER and at University of California Los Angeles USA

Harald F. Müller

*1950 in Karlsruhe GER, lives and works at Lake Constance GER/AUT/SUI and in Zurich SUI
Studied at Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart GER

Exhibitions [selection]:

Fabian Winkler

2012 Third Art and Science International Exhibition, China Science & Technology Museum, Peking CHN 

2011 Forum Klanglandschaft, EX3 - Centro per L'Arte Contemporanea, Florenz ITA 

2010 Luminale, Kaiser&Cream Ausstellungshalle, Frankfurt GER 

2009 Ars Electronica, OK Center for Contemporary Art, Linz AUT 

2008 Cooling, distrito cu4tro Galerie, Madrid, ESP 

2007 People, Art, Technology, Art Center Nabi/Namsan Drama Center, Seoul KOR

 

Harald F. Müller

2013 Le Rouge et le Noir, Galerie Mai36, Zürich. Cut, Galerie Mirko Mayer, Köln GER 

2010 Black Fungus, Mai36, Zürich. Mapping World, Villa Merkel Esslingen GER 

2008 Cooling, Galeria Distritto4 in Madrid ESP

 

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En Route, 2002, 8:00 Min., colour, sound [Videonale.10]

En Route is an example of a conceptual video. The audio-visual experience is of equal importance to the technical conception of the video, which is compiled from a selection of 64 separate sequences arranged in ever-changing order. These sequences are put together by a computer programme in a different way each time the video is played, according to specific criteria such as length, colours, direction of movement, the way images are framed, or the typography of text that appears. Thus, the number of possible videos, varying in length from 5-8 minutes, is virtually unlimited. The images and sequences of the video, shot during a two-week tour through Italy and France in 2002, usually out of the window of a moving or parked car, show street scenes and industrial buildings from the 1960s and 1970s. The parts of architecture shown are frequently chosen in such a way that the three-dimensional images tend to be read as two-dimensional (coloured) surfaces. This effect, together with the length of the sequences in which these objects are shown, creates a minimalist aesthetic. Each scene is accompanied by music, ranging from chanson to hard techno beats, which supports the mood of each clip and the aesthetic of the images.

Nadia Ismail

Fabian Winkler & Harald F. Müller [ Videonale.10 ]