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Exhibitions 2013

November 16, 2013–March 02, 2014
TYPEMOTION
Type as Image in Motion

An exhibition at the ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art
Opening: Fri, November 15, 2013, 7 p.m., admission free!

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Supporting Program
Artists
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Through multiple digital possibilities, script can go beyond its function in the mediation of information and is increasingly gaining an autonomous, aesthetic status. Analog or digitally based films or film fragments are referred to as script films, whereby moving, animated, graphically designed and, above all, script set to sound play the main role.

The exhibition "TYPEMOTION" leads to places in which we encounter moving script: artistic productions, but also feature films, advertising, music videos or media facades in cities. The project "TYPEMOTION" represents an attempt to compile, typologize and publically present classical popular as well as lesser noticed and frequently difficult to access script films from twenty countries dating from 1895 to the present.

The exhibition enables visitors interactive access to script films: they can select the films and the kind of performance themselves. The exhibition is arranged as a mobile archive. The presentation at the ZKM provides insights into cultural and media developments, offers retrospectives and diagnosis of the present, but also outlooks into the media future, not least in the interactive media.

The project "TYPEMOTION" is collaborative project between the ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe and the Experimental Media Lab (xm:lab) at the Saar Academy of Fine Arts, FACT Foundation for Art and Creative Technology Liverpool and Goethe Institutes worldwide. The project was sponsored by the Kulturstiftung des Bundes.

Reduced admission::
If you visit both our exhibition "TYPEMOTION. Type as Image in Motion" and the exhibition "Zeichen. Sprache. Bilder − Schrift in der Kunst seit den 1960er Jahren [Signs. Language. Images. Type in Art since the 1960s] at the Municipal Gallery in Karlsruhe, you will receive a reduced admission to the each other's museum upon presentation of your admission ticket! This applies for the period from Nov 16, 2013 to Jan 12, 2014.

Supporting Program
Saturday, Dec 14, 2013, 3 p.m.:
Life movie. A discussion of Timm Ulrichs and Gunzi Heil, followed by a writing action by Timm Ulrichs
Artist Talk with Timm Ulrichs and Gunzi Heil
ZKM_Media Theater, Admission free, in German
This event takes place in cooperation with Literarische Gesellschaft e. V. / Museum für Literatur am Oberrhein, Karlsruhe [Literary Society Association / Museum for Literature at the Upper Rhine, Karlsruhe].

Mon, Jan 6, 2014, Open House 2014
Lectures, Artist Talks and Guided Tour with the Curator [program]

Curators: Prof. Dr. Bernd Scheffer, Dr. Christine Stenzer, Dr. Soenke Zehle, in cooperation with Prof. Peter Weibel

Reduced admission until February 23, 2014! If you visit both our exhibition "TYPEMOTION. Type as Image in Motion" and the exhibition "Zeichen. Sprache. Bilder − Schrift in der Kunst seit den 1960er Jahren [Signs. Language. Images. Type in Art since the 1960s] at the Municipal Gallery in Karlsruhe, you will receive upon presentation of your admission ticket a reduced admission to the each other's museum! This applies for the period from Nov 16, 2013 to Jan 12, 2014.

Artists
Marc Adrian, David Alexander Anderson, John Baldessari, Lesley Barnes, Saul Bass, Yann Beauvais, Bessere Werbung, Kevin Blanc, Claus Blume, Mark Boswell, Stan Brakhage, Andreas Brehmer, Marcel Broodthaers, Egon Bunne, Alexander Chen / Philip Stockton, Bypass, Chic & Artistic, Chorus, Tony Cokes, Kyle Cooper, Ian Cross, Cryptoburners, Das Werk, Silvie und Chérif Defraoui, Dellbrügge & de Moll, Klaus Peter Dencker, Dog!film, Marcel Duchamp, Anna Duquennois, eachfilm, Thomas Alva Edison, Sergei M. Eisenstein, Simon Ellis, Harald Emami / Alexander Sturm / Nils Krieger, Equinox, Expanded Gramophone Project, Pablo Ferro, Victor Fleming, FluXus Heidelberg, Focus, Förderverein Pro Asyl e.V., Hollis Frampton, John Franz, Jochen Gerz, Terry Gilliam, Paul Glabicki, Peter Göltenboth, Anna Gollwitzer, Ian William Gouldstone, Andrew Gribble, Stephan Groß, Charly Gutierrez, H5, Orla Mc Hard, Oliver Harrison, Bertram Haude / Jens Volz, Dirk Hensiek, Kylie Hibbert, Gary Hill, Jonathan Hodgson, Jenny Holzer, Imaginary Forces, Isidore Isou, Jonas & François, Eduardo Kac, Dieter Kiessling, Jakob Kirchheim, Klub Zwei, Clemens Kogler, Tom Konyves, Florian Krautkrämer, Andreas Krein, Ferdinand Kriwet, Fritz Lang, Sebastian Lange, Diego M. Lascano, Valerie Laws, Fernand Léger, Maurice Lemaître, Jan Lenica, , Les LeVeque, Mathis Lex / Hannes Geiger, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Marcel L'Herbier, Len Lye, David Lynch, Alice Lyons, Black Maiden, Jung von Matt, Norman McLaren, Norbert Meissner, Ernö Metzner, MK12, Molotov Brothers, Antoni Muntadas, Mrzyk & Moriceau, Gaspar Noé, Neuro, Eiríkur Örn Nor∂dahl, Northstar & Fairlight, Feargal Ómally, Dennis Oppenheim, Ottar Ormstad, Tony Oursler, Stephen Partridge, Kristian Pedersen, Nirit Peled, Dan Perri, Boris Petrovsky, Norbert Pfaffenbichler, Daniel Pflumm, Phenomena, Jörg Piringer, Bretislav Pojar, Edwin. S. Porter, Joanna Priestley, reMI, RGA, Juan Romero, Peter Rose, Di(e)ter Rot(h), Gerhard Rühm, Eino Ruutsalo, Sanity, Esteban Sapir, Bruce Schluter, Ernst Schmidt jr., Stefan Schwerdtfeger, Scoopex, Guido Seeber / Julius Pinschewer, Richard Serra / Carlotta Schoolman, Paul Sharits, Hubert Sielecki, Edmund Skellings, Super Swap Sweden, Daniel Szczechura, Karo Szmit, Mika Taanila, Nik Thoenen, tisch-eins designstudio, Leo Burnett Toronto, Triumph, Timm Ulrichs, Stan Vanderbeek, Velvet Mediendesign, Vision, Johannes Vogt, Christian Weckerle, Paul Wegener, Peter Weibel, Susanne Wiegner, Robert Wiene, Kirsten Winter, Robert Wise, Run Wrake, Xakk



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photo: Johannes Vogt "Bitterschön", Germany 2008, Poetry Clip

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