Analog Layers

  • Date
  • 7 p.m.
  • Place
    filmkoop wien
  • 198_Moritz Ellmann_Schau` ins Land_2017_C_Moritz Ellmann Moritz Ellmann, Schau` ins Land, 2017 © Moritz Ellmann
  • 198_Marina Rebhandl_Gestures in Times_2017_C_Marina Rebhandl Marina Rebhandl, Gestures in Times, 2017 © Marina Rebhandl
  • 198_Alina Tretinjak_Alice through the mirror_2018_C_Alina Tretinjak Alina Tretinjak, Alice through the mirror, 2018 © Alina Tretinjak
  • 198_Masha Godovannaya_Along With The Phoenix_2008_C_Masha Godoannaya Masha Godovannaya, Along With The Phoenix, 2008 © Masha Godoannaya
  • 198_Christian Kurz_Perforation_2014_C_Christian Kurz Christian Kurz, Perforation, 2014 © Christian Kurz

To capture the moment chemically is the common denominator at filmkoop wien. The darkroom, as the heart of the cooperative, brings together photographers and filmmakers. For the exhibition project Analog Layers, eleven artists are setting out to identify conceptual differences and relationships between analogue photography and the analogue moving image.

The exhibition shows enlarged film stills from 8mm, 16mm and 35mm analogue films. A new point of view is opened up for the single image torn out of its context – the temporally extended film still. The second part of the exhibition is devoted to analogue photographic techniques. The filmkoop wien experiments with various chemical and technical processes, such as the collodion process, DIY printers or homemade pinhole cameras. Supplementary workshops offer visitors the opportunity to experiment with the techniques themselves. The closing event of the exhibition will be a film screening on 20 April 2019.

Exhibition run: 06.04. – 20.04.2019
Opening: 05.04.2019, 7 p.m.

Curator: Marina Rebhandl
Participating artists: diallostruempf, Moritz Ellmann, Masha Godovannaya, K Kollmann, Christian Kurz, Markus Maicher, Marina Rebhandl, Lorenz Sutter, Guillermo Tellechea, Alina Tretinjak, Stefanie Weberhofer

filmkoop wien – Verein zur Förderung unabhängigen Films
Wickenburggasse 15/3/1b, 1080 Vienna
Thu 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. / Sat – Sun 2 p.m. – 7 p.m. and by appointment
Free admission

06.04.2019, 3 p.m.: Guided tour (DE/EN)

07.04.2019, 3 p.m.: Guided tour (DE/EN)

11.04.2019, 6:30 p.m.: Guided tour (DE/EN)

13.04.2019, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.: Workshop (DE)
Portrait photography with the collodion wet-plate process
Workshop with Guillermo Tellechea, Fee: 100 Euro, limited number of participants: 4–6. Registration requested:

13.04.2019, 3 p.m.: Guided tour (DE/EN)

14.04.2019, 2 p.m. – 7 p.m.: Workshop (DE/EN)
Contact print with 16mm film
Workshop with Stefanie Weberhofer
Fee: 40 Euro, limited number of participants: 8. Registration requested:

14.04.2019, 3 p.m.: Guided tour (DE/EN)

17.04. – 19.04.2019, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.: Workshop (DE/EN)
Production of a 16mm film with live dubbing
Workshop with diallostruempf (Binta Diallo & Michel Strümpf)
Fee: 150 Euro, limited number of participants: 4–8. Registration requested:

18.04.2019, 6:30 p.m.: Guided tour (DE/EN)

20.04.2019, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.: Workshop (DE/EN)
Taking photographs with a homemade pinhole camera
Workshop with Marina Rebhandl
Fee: 40 Euro, limited number of participants: 5. Registration requested:

20.04.2019, 3 p.m.: Guided tour (DE/EN)

20.04.2019, 8 p.m.: Closing event with film screening