mobile #5

Columns, 2006, Magnetic tape, plywood, dimensions variable. Installation view,
Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York. Courtesy of the artist and Spencer Brownstone Gallery, NYC.


Zilvinas Kempinas, Lithuania – born artist, uses film tape as a material for his extensive installations. In “Colums” (2006) he stretches film tape as vertical ribbons from floor to ceiling. Architectural columns seem to be placed all over on first sight. At second sight the columns are revealed as sensitive membrans reacting to the minimalst breath of wind.
Another illusionary installation by Zilvinas Kempinas will be shown at  ‘Future Obscura‘ in the frame of upcomin` Transmediale in Berlin between February 2, 2010 and February 7, 2010. The exhibition hosts various approaches towards the complex condition of futurity through the lens of image-making.

Exhibition artists:
Zilvinas Kempinas
Julius von Bismarck
Julien Maire
Ryoji Ikeda
Alice Miceli
Ken Rinaldo
Gebhard Sengmüller

TeZ
Yvette Mattern
Bengt Sjölén, Adam Somlai-Fischer & Usman Haque
Julian Oliver, Clara Boj, Diego Diaz & Damian Stewart


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4 responses to “mobile #5

  1. ohja, Zilvinas Kempinas in Wien gesehen – total faszinierender umgang mit scheinbar so simplen mitteln! siehe auch http://wissenbelastet.com/2008/11/03/sehenswert-zilvinas-kempinas-in-der-kunsthalle-wien/

  2. CARMENCITA

    das hab ich leider verpasst! und das kann ich mir gut vorstellen: […]Man sieht richtig das Leuchten in den Augen der BesucherInnen wenn sie durch die Ausstellung gehen![…] ‘wissen belastet’

  3. CARMENCITA

    nein, auch in venedig hab ich ihn verpasst.. aber danke für den link! – und was zum teufel ist “flechtwerk”? neues projekt???

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