Outdoor Installations by Philipp Geist 2005-2008
in Berlin Kulturforum, Rome Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Ahrenshoop Kurhaus, Zurich Winterzauber, Weilheim Stadtmuseum
About the AuthorStudio Philipp Geist | VIDEOGEIST
videogeist Berlin/ Germany
Philipp Geist, born in Witten in 1976, grew up in Weilheim and moved to Berlin in 1999. As an artist and autodidact, he works internationally with the mediums video installation, audio/ visual performance, painting and photography,
e.g. 2002: opening of the Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich | 2004: Sonar Festival, Barcelona; Mutek Festival, Montreal; Dissonanze Festival, Rome | 2005: facade installation, Zurich; Neue Nationalgalerie, Salon Noir, Berlin | 2007: Riverine video installation, Three Walls Gallery, Chicago| video installation Time Lines Palazzo delle Esposizioni,Rome | 2008: Time Fades, Kulturforum Berlin; Broken Time Lines, Neues Kunsthaus Ahrenshoop | Bucharest, Riverine video installation and photoworks | Lighting Times, Museum Weilheim.
Further projects are characterized by their complexity and the integration of the location, the sound and moving images.
Publish Date July 28, 2008
Category Arts & Photography
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