Christoph Schlingensief

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The work of acclaimed German artist Christoph Schlingensief spans three decades and a diverse range of fields, including, film, television, activism, opera, and theatre. Christoph Schlingensief: Art without Borders is the first book to be published in English on Schlingensief’sgroundbreaking, politically engaged body of work. Leading scholars in the field offer a critical assessment of Schlingensief’s hybrid practice, and an interview with Schlingensief himself provides the reader with insight intopast and present projects. The book will be an essential resource for artists, curators, students, and academics inthe fields of theatre and performance studies, film studies, cultural studies, German studies, political activism, andart history.

Ac Christoph Schlingensief Church Of Fear

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Christoph Schlingensief

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Christoph Schlingensief was a filmmaker, theatre director, performance artist, author of audio plays, installation artist, musician, opera director, revelator, but first and foremost he was a creator of images.His radical demand for reaction, his uniquely inventive imagery, his almost obsessive overexertion and his challenging demand for similar dedication from anyone involved in his projects secure Schlingensief's exceptional position in the contemporaneous art discourse.This catalogue provides an insight to his comprehensive work and includes essays and talks that highlight various aspects in Schlingensief's oeuvre while his fulminating iconography is reflected in an opulent image section.Published on the occasion of the exhibition at KW Berlin, 1 December 2013 - 19 January 2014, and at MoMA PS1, New York, March - August 2014.English and German text.

Christoph Schlingensief

Author: Anna Teresa Scheer
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The first book to focus specifically on the late German artist Christoph Schlingensief's theatre work, it subversively merges art, politics and everyday life to imbue his productions both inside and outside the theatre with a re-energized concept of the political in art. Scheer traces Schlingensief's artistic lineage as a filmmaker with no formal training in theatre, whose work does not correspond to theoretical frameworks such as postdramatic theatre, Regietheater, or established categories of political theatre such as Brechtian, community, and agit-prop theatre. She explores how his work instead draws upon the highly performative gestures of the historical and post-Cold War avant-gardes as well the happenings and event-based practices of the sixties. Comprehensive case studies of six diverse theatrical and activist events are offered to demonstrate both the immediacy of Schlingensief's response to contemporary social and political events and his use of a range of artistic influences and different genres: Rocky Dutschke '68 (1996), Save Capitalism: Throw the Money Away! (1999) The Berlin Republic – or the Ring in Africa (1999) Hamlet (2001), Atta Atta – Art Has Broken Out! (2003) and the Church of Fear (2003). Key questions such as how his theatre functions as a provocation, and how an artist can insert themselves into the powerful flows of imagery produced by the perpetual global news cycle, form a coherent line of enquiry throughout each of the chapters. The significance of Schlingensief's artistic legacy of politicized theatre-making that pioneers new modes of active, aesthetic and public engagement in the political realm remains pertinent to topical socio-political debates and is of relevance to an international audience across a diversity of disciplines.

Christoph Schlingensief Operndorf Afrika

Author: Aino Laberenz
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Im Februar 2010 legte Christoph Schlingensief feierlich den Grundstein für das Operndorf Afrika in Burkina Faso. Im Jubiläumsjahr 2020 erscheint nun ein umfangreicher Bildband mit über 300 Aufnahmen, der einen intensiven Einblick in die Geschichte des Projekts bietet. Als Grundlage dient das umfassende Archivmaterial der vergangenen zehn Jahre, welches für die Publikation künstlerisch aufgearbeitet und neu arrangiert wurde. Ausgehend von ersten Skizzen aus den Gedankenprozessen Christoph Schlingensiefs, über Fotos verschiedener Bauphasen hinzu dem aktuellen Leben im Operndorf, gibt das Buch Auskunft über die Hintergründe des Projekts und das seit vielen Jahren bestehende Kulturprogramm vor Ort. Neben einem bisher nicht publizierten Text von Christoph Schlingensief zur Vision des Operndorfs, erscheinen Beiträge von Aino Laberenz, Francis Kéré und Elfriede Jelinek, die versuchen einen Bogen zwischen der Utopie Operndorf und seiner realen Umsetzung zu spannen. Christoph Schlingensief (1960-2010) war ein deutscher Film-, Theater- und Opernregisseur sowie Autor und Aktionskünstler. Aino Laberenz ist geschäftsführende Gesellschafterin der Festspielhaus Afrika gemeinnützige GmbH und Stiftungsvorstand der Stiftung Operndorf Afrika. Aino Laberenz ist geschäftsführende Gesellschafterin der Festspielhaus Afrika gemeinnützige GmbH und Stiftungsvorstand der Stiftung Operndorf Afrika. Mario Lombardo und sein Team sind seit 2014 für die Corporate Identity vom Operndorf Afrika zuständig. In February 2010, Christoph Schlingensief laid the foundation stone for Operndorf Afrika in Burkina Faso. An extensive illustrated book with over three hundred images is being published in 2020, the tenth anniversary of the "opera village", offering an in-depth insight into the history of the project, based on the rich fund of archive material from the last ten years, which has been reviewed and reorganized from an artistic perspective. Starting with the first sketches showing Schlingensief's initial thought processes, the book also includes photos of different phases of construction and life in the village today, providing information about the project's background and the local cultural programme that has been in existence for many years. In addition to a previously unpublished text by Christoph Schlingensief on the vision of the opera village, there are contributions by Aino Laberenz, Francis Kéré, and Elfriede Jelinek, who seek to bridge the gap between the utopian idea of Operndorf and its actual implementation. Christoph Schlingensief (1960-2010) was a German film, theatre, and opera director, author, and action artist. Aino Laberenz is a managing partner of the non-profit Festspielhaus Afrika gemeinnützige GmbH and chair of the foundation Operndorf Afrika. Aino Laberenz is a managing partner of the non-profit Festspielhaus Afrika gemeinnützige GmbH and chair of the foundation Operndorf Afrika. Mario Lombardo and his team have been responsible for the corporate identity of Operndorf Afrika since 2014.

Christoph Schlingensief And Richard Wagner Checktheirprivilege

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Das Deutsche Kettens Genmassaker

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Knistern Der Zeit Christoph Schlingensief Und Sein Operndorf In Burkina Faso

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Christoph Schlingensief Und Seine Filme

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German Pavilion

Author: Christoph Schlingensief
Editor: Sternberg Press
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By way of actions, films, installations, operas, theater pieces, television broadcasting, and teaching, Christoph Schliegensief produced work that boldly addressed contemporary culture and politics, particularly within Germany. Schlingensief's death in the summer of 2010, which occurred as he was planning the German Pavilion for the 54th Venice Biennale, shifted the course of the 2011 program. Instead of presenting elements of Schlingensief's project, Festspielhaus Afrika, which initiated the first "opera village," curator Susanne Gaensheimer has developed a program and accompanying catalogue that pays tribute to one of Germany's most radical, experimental, and progressive voices. With contributions from over thirty internationally renowned curators, artists, critics, theorists, directors, and practitioners. Contributors Helke Bayrle, Klaus Biesenbach, John Bock, Frank Castorf, Thomas Demand, Chris Dercon, Diedrich Diederichsen, Susanne Gaensheimer, Boris Groys, Carl Hegemann, Irm Hermann, Johannes Hoff, Andy Hope 1930, Elfriede Jelinek, Schorsch Kamerun, Alexander Kluge, Dietrich Kuhlbrodt, Aino Laberenz, Torsten Lemmer, Matthias Lilienthal, Jonathan Meese, Michaela Melián/Thomas Meinecke, Klaus Mertes, Eva Meyer-Hermann, Werner Nekes, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Peter Raue, Charlotte Roche, Stephanie Rosenthal, Karlheinz Schmid, Elisabeth Schweeger, Georg Seeßlen, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Sandra Umathum, Antje Vollmer

Christoph Schlingensief

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Video Watchdog

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Thresholds

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Stage Of Destruction

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After The Avant Garde

Author: Randall Halle
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New essays exploring the surging field of experimental film in today's Germany and Austria.

Douane

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Borders are artificial constructs, but can be deadly to cross. They present one of the central social and cultural themes of our time. A group of 30 international artists, including Raul Cordero, Wang Fu, Christoph Rtimann, Monika Treut and Simone Zaugg, took over a warehouse section of Hamburg and explored the idea of borders through paintings, photos, video works and installations.

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The Hitler Filmography

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From the time his Nazi regime launched World War II to the present, Adolf Hitler has frequently been depicted on film. He was largely ridiculed at first, since laughter was a powerful weapon and morale booster for nations at war. Later representations were more somber and realistic, yet Hitler's image never escaped an undertone of scorn. This filmography covers portrayals of Hitler in feature films and television miniseries in which Hitler is represented on screen by an actor. Thus, films with a factual historical storyline (e.g., Inside the Third Reich), fictional stories about Hitler (e.g., They Saved Hitler's Brain), alternate histories (e.g., Fatherland), parodies (e.g., Undercovers Hero), and films where actors playing Hitler have a cameo (e.g., Blazing Saddles) are all included. Each entry provides production credits, an annotated cast list, an analysis and synopsis of the film, an evaluation of the actor playing Hitler in terms of the strengths and weaknesses of his portrayal, and representative quotations from the film.

Germany

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Art

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