The Ursula Blickle Video Archive in Belvedere Museum, Vienna, shows a series of screenings of Finnish video art. The screenings are curated collaboratively by featured artist David Muth and Belvedere 21, and the first one takes place on Thursday, January 23, from 18:30–20:00.
The videos shown in the first screening are:
David Muth: Christmas Piece (2011, 4:00)
Jaakko Pallasvuo: How to … Internet (2011-2012, 5:00)
Pilvi Takala: The Stroker (2018, 15:00)
Antti Laitinen: Lake Shift (2016, 5:00)
David Muth: On C. D. Friedrich #01 – Drumming (2014, 4:00)
David Muth: Footnote #02: Hietamäki (2018, 5:00)
Pilvi Takala: Workers’ Forum (2015, 6:00)
Salla Tykkä: Giant (2014, 13:00, in featured image)
David Muth is an artist, musician and programmer. Having grown up in Salzburg, Austria, he relocated to the UK to study at Middlesex University, where he received an MA in Digital Arts. He currently lives and works in Turku and Vienna. His artistic practice combines conceptual and experimental approaches and is informed by his background in architecture. His projects range from installations and responsive environments, through video and experimental documentary, to composition and performance of music. Muth’s work has been shown on numerous occasions internationally, with venues and events including the Musée d’Art Contemporain in Montreal, the Kiasma Museum of Modern Art in Helsinki, Ars Electronica in Linz, ISEA2006 in San Jose, Le Cube in Paris, Montevideo in Amsterdam, Laboral in Gijón, SIGGRAPH2009 in New Orleans and the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid. He also teaches at Goldsmiths and the Royal College of Art.
Blickle Archive Series #42: David Muth, 23.1.2020, Vienna, Austria
More information: Belvedere Museum