Re:View: Switzerland's Most Promising Young Video Artists


25. January 2003  –  2. March 2003

Featuring artworks by:
Andreas Helbling   Dagmar Keller   Zeljka Marusic   Tom Menzi   Marc Meyer   Elodie Pong   Peter Volkart   Ingrid Wildi   Martin Wittwer

At a time when film projections are venturing into the Museum and artistic video installations are becoming cinematic, there is a demand for new ways of looking at things. The basic assumption of “re:view” is that in video, film and multimedia there are several overlapping (sub-) types, and distinct boundaries no longer exist.The area in which film assumes some of the features of installations and art videos have cinematic qualities is therefore being promoted in a special competition.The aim of “re:view” is to support innovative working methods and forms of presentation.
An external jury for 2001, comprising the artist Muda Mathis, the cineaste Yves Yersin, Mario Casanova, head of the Centro d’Arte Contemporanea, Bellinzona, came together for a two-day meeting. The jury was supported by the programme designer and art director Frank Hyde-Antwi.


Curated by Frank Hyde-Antwi and Heike Munder

List of works

Andreas Helbling: balkanTV

Andreas Helbling In cooperation with Zeljka Marusic

Installation; 2-Channel-video projection, 6 objects including video
Dimensions variable

Dagmar Keller: Ruhe im Schatten

Dagmar Keller In cooperation with Martin Wittwer

Ruhe im Schatten
Single-channel video, projection (color, sound)
16 min.

Tom Menzi: Auf Gegenseitigkeit

Tom Menzi In cooperation with Marc Meyer

Auf Gegenseitigkeit
3-channel video installation on 3 monitors (color)
Dimensions variable

Elodie Pong: Secrets for Sale

Elodie Pong

Secrets for Sale
Single-channel video on monitor or projection (color, sound)
64 min.

Peter Volkart: Terra Incognita

Peter Volkart

Terra Incognita
Single-channel video installation

Ingrid Wildi: Les Choses Étranges

Ingrid Wildi

Les Choses Étranges
Single-channel video
7 min.

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