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Film programme
November

01 Sonntag
GOOD INTENTIONS, BAD HABITS: REDUCTION AND HEROISM OF THE 60 AND 80S
Situated at the axial point of the film series in terms of the arithmetic median, this programme section unites three documentations of important art events of the 1960s and 1980s that shaped the direction of the collecting activities of the Emanuel Hoffmann Foundation in the corresponding decades.

2 p.m.
DOCUMENTA 4
Jef Cornelis, BE 1968, 54’, E/F/D/NL/e
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3 p.m.
WHEN ATTITUDES BECOME FORM
Marlène Belilos, CH 1969, 29’, F/D
© 2012/2013 Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen, RTS Radio Télévision Suisse
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4 p.m.
A NEW SPIRIT IN PAINTING. 6 PAINTERS OF THE 1980S
Michael Blackwood, USA 1984, 58’, E (without subtitles)
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08 Sonntag
WITH GREAT PHYSICAL EXERTION
This programme section brings together three American artists who all use the body in their own particular way as a means of artistic expression and radical form of articulation. With works from all phases of his artistic career included in the exhibition, the old master Bruce Nauman constitutes a major focus of the Emanuel Hoffmann Foundation’s collection. Matthew Barney, in turn, features prominently in the foundation’s holdings with the Cremaster Cycle (1994–2002), an epic ensemble of works that revolutionised the art world in the 1990s, as does Cindy Sherman who is represented in the collection with 18 photographs from 1977 to 2000, providing an important overview of this inimitably mutable artist’s oeuvre.

1 p.m.
MAKE ME THINKBRUCE NAUMAN
Heinz Peter Schwerfel, DE 1997, 66’, D
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3 p.m.
DER KÖRPER ALS MATRIXMATTHEW BARNEY CREMASTER-ZYKLUS
Maria Anna Tappeiner, DE 2002, 47’, D
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4 p.m.
CINDY SHERMAN. NOBODY IS HERE BUT ME
Mark Stokes, GB 1994, 55’, E (without subtitles)
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15 Sonntag
PATHFINDERSTRACING IMAGES I
Not every artist is tethered to the atelier or understands their work area as being spatially confined. Richard Long and Francis Alÿs are artists who create many of their works literally on the move. Gary Hill is another example of a pathfinder in search of aesthetically binding images, though, as a video artist, his focus tends to be more on the virtual realm. All three artists are represented with significant pieces in the exhibition FUTURE PRESENT.

2 p.m.
STONES AND FLIES. RICHARD LONG IN THE SAHARA
Philip Haas, GB 1988, 40’, E (without subtitles)
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3 p.m.
WIDE DETAILS. ON THE TRACES OF FRANCIS ALŸS
Julien Devaux, FR 2008, 56’, SP/E/F/d
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4 p.m.
GARY HILL – I BELIEVE IT IS AN IMAGE
Maria Anna Tappeiner, DE 2001, 53’, D
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22 Sonntag
THINKING BY SEEING, SEEING BY SENSING
This programme section unites three American artists who have used very different means of expression and form to investigate the reciprocal resonances of seeing and thinking, the sensual and the reflexive. Shape, space and the sensibility of the individual circulating within the respectively designed constellations are shared concerns of Richard Serra, Richard Artschwager and Bill Viola, notwithstanding the many differences in their work and character.

2 p.m.
RICHARD SERRA. SEHEN IST DENKEN
Maria Anna Tappeiner, DE 2006, 44’, E/D
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3 p.m.
RICHARD ARTSCHWAGER. SHUT UP AND LOOK
Maryte Kavaliauskas, USA 2012, 57’, E (without subtitles)
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4 p.m.
BILL VIOLA. THE EYE OF THE HEART
Mark Kidel, GB 2003, 59’, E (without subtitles)
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29 Sonntag
BREAKING AWAY FROM MODERNISM
This section of films unites three very different American artists who are placed together, quasi programmatically, in the exhibition FUTURE PRESENT. Each in their own way, they represent a form of critical art directed against the proclamations of Classical Modernism: Kenneth Noland by overcoming American Abstract Expressionism, John Baldessari by helping Conceptual Art along to its breakthrough with his media-reflexive approach, and Elizabeth Peyton by revealing the traditional image patterns of digital society through her ostensible return to modernist idealism.

2 p.m.
SUPPORTING FILM
Sequence about Kenneth Noland from: Painters Painting, Emile de Antonio, USA, 1973, 5’, E (without subtitles)

KENNETH NOLAND AND DIANE WALDMAN IN CONVERSATION WITH DR. BARBARALEE DIAMONSTEIN-SPIELVOGEL
(from the series About the Arts) USA 1977, 28’, E (without subtitles)
© 2007 Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel Video Archive, David M. Rubenstein Rare Books & Manuscript Library, Duke University
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3 p.m.
YOU CALL THIS ART? ALAN KAPROW VISITS JOHN BALDESSARI
Jerry Hughes, USA 1973, 29’, E (without subtitles) Courtesy of Arthaus Musik
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4 p.m.
JOHN BALDESSARI. SOME STORIES
John Kirby, USA 1990, 28’, E (without subtitles) Courtesy of Video Data Bank, Chicago
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5 p.m.
ELIZABETH PEYTON
(Interview, sequence from Art City: A Ruling Passion) Chris Maybach, USA 2002, 15’, E (without subtitles)
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