Berlin-based artist Robert Seidel works in the fields of experimental film, installation, public art, image making, performance, sound, and curation.
This tangible installation moves between media: Drawings penetrate space, paintings feedback into video loops and ephemeral sculptures collapse into the projection surface. With bifurcation chamber at Kunstverein Ludwigsburg a highly non-linear system expands over time, art, combining filmed performances, processual drawings and kinetic elements.
During the artwork’s setup phase these elements are repeatedly folded into each other in order to break the conventions of the ordered »white cube« situation. In its vibration and tumbling, the installation is more reminiscent of an abandoned construction site or an overgrown laboratory, whose former function and history has long been forgotten…
2-Channel Video Installation with Kinetic Elements, D 2020, Loop
Artwork: Robert Seidel
Sound: Nikolai von Sallwitz
Location: Kunstverein Ludwigsburg
Dimension: 6,8 × 4,2 × 4,5 m
February 22 – July 2, 2020
Kunstverein Ludwigsburg: Harald Jahnke, Isabel Jägle, Alexandra Bader
Special thanks to Miriam Eichner, Carolin Israel and Jan Hubl.
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