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IrIs 2.0

Isabella GRESSER 2015 Germany Experimental Animation color 2min No Dialogue HDCAM
date time venue guests rating
10/17 15:00 A One PG12
10/22 17:00 A Two PG12
This experimental video deconstructs a painting by Lucas Cranach the Younger. The name Lucretia goes back to a semi-legendary figure in the history of the Roman Republic. In the digital age and within a media society, violence and manipulation are more and more directed against oneself and the own body.

◎ Screening with Panic Attack!, Munitionsettes, Gaining Altitude, Couplets for an Everlasting Eve, Tucuman, The Black Land, In Other Words, Shuma, Icky, Love-In-Idleness, Chromosome Sweetheart

Director

Isabella GRESSER

Isabella Gresser works across media and forms. Her multilayered videos and installations combine video, found-footage, drawings and photographs with text passages from literature, philosophy or poetry. Her experimental poetic work is characterized by an emphasis on research and critical theory and the linking of culture-theoretical and philosophical aspects of the West and the Far East. She has been awarded residencies in Asian countries and her videos have screened at many video art and film festivals and exhibitions.

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