Collaboration with Agnese Luse, Angela Melitopoulos, Eléonore de Montesquiou, Tanja Ostojic, Meggie Schneider, Isabell Spengler, Gitte Villesen.
In 2010, the Latvian curator Agnese Luse invited nine Berlin-based female artists to Riga. After five days of lively discussions, they decided to spend the last Sunday of their visit at the beach in Jūrmala. The piece owes its composition to the idea of the refrain: each of the artists created a soundtrack to a one-minute film fragment.
Laura Horelli (Author), Meggie Schneider (Cinematographer), Laura Horelli (Composer), Meggie Schneider (Composer), Nina Lassila (Composer), Angela Melitopoulos (Composer), Gitte Villesen (Composer), Tanja Ostojic (Composer), Isabell Spengler (Composer), Jaques Ibert (Composer), Eléonore de Montesquiou (Composer), Agnese Luse (Composer), Eléonore de Montesquiou (Director), Isabell Spengler (Director), Agnese Luse (Director), Tanja Ostojic (Director), Gitte Villesen (Director), Angela Melitopoulos (Director), Meggie Schneider (Director), Nina Lassila (Director), Laura Horelli (Director), Jochen Jezussek (Sound Design), Gitte Villesen (Actor), Brigitta Kuster (Actor), Meggie Schneider (Actor), Angela Melitopoulos (Actor), Tanja Ostojic (Actor), Laura Horelli (Actor), Agnese Luse (Actor), Eléonore de Montesquiou (Actor), Isabell Spengler (Actor), Nina Lassila (Actor)
Laura Horelli (b. 1976, Helsinki) lives in Berlin and works with experimental documentary video. She is interested in representations and mediations of the past taking on a microhistorical approach. Her works have been exhibited at Venice Biennale (2001, 2009), Manifesta 5, (2004), ARS 11, Kiasma (2001, 2011), Galerie Barbara Weiss (2003, 2007, 2011) and Badischer Kunstverein (2014). She has participated in film festivals like Berlinale Forum Expanded (2017, 2018), ISFF Oberhausen (2018), IndieLisboa (2017), Kasseler Dokfest (2013) and CPH:DOX (2009). In 2011, she received the Hannah Höch Prize for Young Artists.