1. Tarek Atoui interview at Documenta13

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    • Haegue Yang / Approaching: Choreography Engineered in Never-Past Tense

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      Haegue Yang Approaching: Choreography Engineered in Never-Past Tense 2012 Motorized aluminum Venetian blinds, aluminum hanging structure, cable, module box, DMX recorder Dimensions variable SBS Prism Tower Art Collection, Seoul Installation view of dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel, Germany, 2012 Video: Nils Klinger, Sylbee Kim

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      • Halo Effect - dOCUMENTA13 - performance at Railway Lecture Hall, KASSEL,

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        • Bringing the Bronx to Kassel

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          Single-Channel Video, 2012 Documentation of interview and roundtable event 09:12 Short video documenting my mini residency in Kassel, Germany in 2012 during documenta13. I held a roundtable to discuss sustainability, climate change, the Bronx, and urban cities with underserved populations.

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          • FOREST (for a thousand years); 2012; Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller

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            4 short excerpts from a 28 minute audio installation created for dOCUMENTA (13). Thanks to: Arvo Pärt The Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir Nokia Concert Hall, Tallin, Estonia; Aivar Sirelpuu d&b audiotechnik, Michael Case, Ralf Zuleeg, Simon Johnston The Canada Council for the Arts dOCUMENTA (13), Carolyn Christov Bakargiev, Christoph Platz Luhring Augustine, Galerie Barbara Weiss Ron Elliot Heather Pawsey Speakers and amplifiers by d&b audiotechnik, Germany AIrplane Recordings: John Leonard Horse Wrangler: David Miller Bulldozer: John Thielman Tree felling: Jeremy Ayotte Explosions: Pacific Blasting, Banah Blasting, Cody Newman Horses and Wagon: Sean Newton, Robert Kimber, Greta, Meaghan, Caravan Farm Theatre Sounds, Voices, and Various SFX: Tristan Mackinlay, Rachel Mercer, Jason Chan, Catherine Spencer, Amber Choo, Maggie Shirley, Kevin McCarty, Dayle Mousseau, Kevin Jesuino, Liz Dumontet, Torin McLachlan, Tanja Woloshen, Bee Wolf Ray, Clare Marie Daniela Rutherford Marquez, Peter Cloud Panjoyah, Albini Lapierre, Jeremy Williams, Sir Jason Dyer, Bob Aschmann, Alison Joy Cross, Phillip Carter, Silas Crowe, Trinity Pitt, Karl Ostermann, Scott, Kyle Miller, Chelsea Lovde, Tacita Dean, Mathew Hale, Jeffrey Eugenides Production: Zev Tiefenbach, Annika Rixen, Alison Joy Cross Installation: Carlo Crovato Construction (Canada): Eric Fagervik Mixing and Editing and Sound Design: Titus Maderlechner Software: HarpexB, Plogue Bidule, JackPilot, Digital Performer, DecoPro Music: Nunc dimittis by Arvo Pärt Performed by The Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir Conducted by Heli Jürgenson Managed by Esper Linnamägi Recorded at the Nokia Concert Hall, Tallin, Estonia Toy Piano Composition by Janet Cardiff Banshee by George Bures Miller

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            • Andrea Abbatangelo, ECCO COME SARA' IL FUTURO - Current Mood #3, dOCUMENTA 13, Kassel

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              My artwork for Railway Lecture Hall, presented for dOCUMENTA 13 in Kassel, curated by Critical Art Ensamble for the main project Winning Hearts & Minds, performed on July 2th 2012. Is a political act for present to the world, the real sense of "austerity policy" and its mediocrity.

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              • Artist John Menick in conversation with anthropologist Christopher Fraga

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                Starring Sigmund Freud (2012) was originally presented as part of dOCUMENTA13. Based on an essay John Menick published in Frieze in 2011, the video collects the dozens of appearances that the character of Sigmund Freud has made on small and big screens.

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                • Raptor's Rapture

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                  Documenta 13, Kassel 2012 Jennifer Allora, b. 1974 Philadelphia Guillermo Calzadilla, b. 1971 Havana Jennifer Allora und Guillermo Calzadilla, die seit 1995 zusammenarbeiten, haben ein experimentelles und interdisziplinäres Werk geschaffen, das die Gattungen Performance, Skulptur, Video und Sound miteinander verbindet. Raptor’s Rapture (2012) ist ein neuer Film, in dem es um eine Flöte geht, die ein Homo sapiens vor 35'000 Jahren aus dem Speichenknochen des Flügels eines Gänsegeiers geschnitzt hat. Die Flöte, die 2009 durch eine von Nicholas J. Conard geleiteten Gruppe von Achäologen der Universität Tübingen im Hohlen Fels, einer Höhle in Süddeutschland, zutage gefördert wurde, ist das älteste je gefundene Musikinstrument. Diese bemerkenswerte Entdeckung ist ein Beleg für die Rolle, die Musik in der Frühzeit des Menschen bei der Bildung gesellschaftlicher Bindungen, dem Wachstum der Bevölkerung und ihrer territorialen Ausdehnung und damit letztlich beim evolutionären Überleben der Spezies spielte. Bernadette Käfer, eine Flötistin, die sich auf prähistorische Instrumente spezialisiert hat, machte den Versuch, auf der Flöte zu spielen, dies in Gegenwart eines lebenden Gänsegeiers, eines der ältesten Geschöpfe auf der Erde und einer Art angehörig, die derzeit vom Aussterben bedroht ist. Collaborating since 1995, Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla have produced an experimental and interdisciplinary body of work, combining performance, sculpture, video and sound. Raptor’s Rapture (2012) is a new film involving a flute that was carved by Homo sapiens 35’000 years ago from the wing bone of a griffon vulture. Unearthed at the Hohle Fels cave in southern Germany in 2009 by a team of archaelogists led by Nicholas J. Conard from the University of Tübingen, Germany, it is the oldest musical instrument found to date. This remarkable discovery brings further evidence of the role of music in early humans’ social network development, demographic and territorial expansion, and ultimately evolutionary survival. The artists invited Bernadette Käfer, a flautist specializing in prehistoric instruments, to attempt to play the flute. This action takes place in the presence of a living griffon vulture – an evolutionary descendant of one of the oldest creatures to have inhabited the earth, and currently threatened with extinction.

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                  • MASSIMO BARTOLINI | UNTITLED (WAVE) | dOCUMENTA 13

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                    A short video about Massimo Bartolini installation at dOCUMENTA 13 curated by Carolyn Christov Bakargiev.

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                    • Apps für Museen

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                      "Apps in Museen", ausgestrahlt am 31.10.2012 als Beitrag des Elektrischen Reporters auf ZDFinfo. Geschrieben, gefilmt und geschnitten von Alexander Lorenz.

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