20. April bis 27. Mai 2018
Videoproduktion, 2016
Ebene 6, Wand beim Kafi Z

Concept: Dorothee Richter and Sabine Gebhardt Fink
Actors & Script based on texts by
Margit Bartl-Frank, Julia Bolli, Charlotte Coosemans, Sarawut Chutiwongpeti, Habib Afsar, Sonja Nasevska, Ximena Gomez Della Valle, Atalja Reichlin, Raphael Karrer, Frederic Bron, Laura Scheerer, Debora Mona Liem Adinegoro, Mariana Bonilla Rojas, Francesca Brusa, Cindy Hertach, Milena Isler, Raphael Karrer, Nadine Lopez (Marti), Marbot Barbara, Sónia Mota Ribeiro, Atalja Reichlin, Franziska Stern Preisig, Makiko Takahashi, Frédéric Bron, Giulia Magnani, Alejandro Mondria, Cordelia Oppliger, Carolin Reichmann, Greta Schindler, Anja Soldat, Nadja Baldini, Tenzing Barshee, Angelika Bühler, Silvia Converso, Adriana Dominguez Velasco, Anna Fech, Reina Gehrig, Agnes Josuran, Merly Knörle, John Kenneth Paranada, Eleonora Stassi, Marc Streit
Off Voices: Mirjam Bayerdörfer, Michael G. Birchall
Script: Renata Burckhardt
Camera: Sonja Nasevska, Charlotte Coosemans, Ronald Kolb
Editing: Ronald Kolb, Dorothee Richter
Production assistance: Mirjam Bayerdörfer

Cooperation project of Postgraduate Programme in Curating, DDE, ZHdK
and the Master of Fine Arts, University of Lucerne

Art System, Work Flow and Creative Industries
Reading theory connected to labour and gouverning in groups and relating this to ones own experience in daily life, sharing this experience again with everyone, and producing from this process own texts and scripts in collaboration with the author Renata Burkhardt … This has been done in a seminar workshop by a group of students from the Lucerne University of Art and Design, MA in Fine Arts and the Zurich University of the Arts, Postgraduate Programme in Curating in 2015. The outcome was brought together in a video production. The film gathers video material, text production and a script developed by Renata Burckhardt for this project and merges it into an essayistic semi-documentary. This joint venture of various students of different discipline matches the group dynamic and methods we can see in the history of the Black Mountain College. The final video production consisted of a multi-layered patchwork of documented experiences of all participants.