What the buildings and sites in all the films have in common is the idea of 'architecture as sculpture', utilising a distinct use of concrete that departs from the free form of the whole in a sculptural manner. In the absence of a traditional narrative, it is the space itself that takes the role of the protagonist, while the camera proposes a narration through its travel and observation. Part I explores the church of Fritz Wotruba in Vienna; Part II, Blockhaus, the Eglise St.Bernadette-du-Banlay in Nevers; and Part III, the film Carrara with its marble quarries within a sculpted landscape.
mumok Vienna (AT), Dec 14, 2016 Filmcasino Vienna (AT), Apr 10, 2016 Pavillon de l’Arsenal Paris (FR), Feb 13, 2016 Art International Istanbul (TR), Sep 5-6, 2015 Filmmuseum Munich (DE), Apr 26, 2015 Labo / MAAC Brussel (BE), May 3, 2014 — 19:00 MK Gallery Milton Keynes (GB), Feb 13, 2014 Centre for Visual Arts Sainsbury (GB), Oct 19 – Nov 11, 2012 40mcube Rennes (FR), Sep 15 – Dec 9, 2012 Camera Austria Graz (AT), May 22, 2012 Sint-Lukasgalerie Brussel (BE), Mar 8 – Apr 21, 2012 Villa Romana Firenze (IT), Sep 30 – Nov 6, 2011 Frac Centre Orléans (FR), Sep 18, 2010 – Feb 27, 2011 deSingel Antwerpen (BE), Mar 4 – May 16, 2010
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the Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), LUCA Sint-Lukas Hogeschool Brussel, Atelier Graphoui & Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Arts & Culture