3 channel video installation with sound
3 screens, 280 x 150 cm each
In the recently created video installation Sewing Screens, which shows sewing and working with materials on three large screens, the restoration of visibility again has a major role to play. The manufacture of the three image carriers, onto which the video work is ultimately projected, is produced from the three different points of view. The length of the video corresponds tot he actual time taken to produce the screens and the action is limited purely to the sewing process. The artist´s hand, which repeatedly comes into view, is to be seen as a reference to the producer; here a part of the image production is visible, which is not normally accessible to the viewers. The combination of image - the close-ups of pressing the lenghts of material together and their adjustment when they are pulled into the sewing machine - with the material image carrier on site- the finished sewn screens- conveys both an optical and a tactile perception.
Anna Stuhlpfarrer, 2018 (In: Eikon #101)