FILMS

The Messiah Fights Back, © 2007
Film, 30:32 min.

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The Mustermann Family – Trauma of an Unattached Artist, © 2001 – 2003
Film Installation consisting of 7 parts in plywood, 67 flip-books and 1 photography
Variable size, house parts: scale 1:10, model 1:20
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The Mustermann Family - Trauma of an Unattached Artist, © 2001-2003, Different views from the installation, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, 2005The Mustermann Family - Trauma of an Unattached Artist, © 2001-2003, Different views from the installation, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, 2005The Mustermann Family - Trauma of an Unattached Artist, © 2001-2003, Façade, two different views from the side with flip-books, 1:10, 140 x 220 x 45 cm, plywood 1,5mmThe Mustermann Family - Trauma of an Unattached Artist, © 2001-2003, Ground plan, 1:10, approx.: 90 x 220 x 240 cm, ink on 15 mm plywood, flip-booksThe Mustermann Family - Trauma of an Unattached Artist, © 2001-2003, Ground plan, 1:10, approx.: 90 x 220 x 240 cm, ink on 15 mm plywood, flip-booksThe Mustermann Family - Trauma of an Unattached Artist, © 2001 - 2003, Model, 1:20, sections and structures, 1:10, 4 - 15 mm plywoodThe Mustermann Family - Trauma of an Unattached Artist, © 2001 - 2003, Model, 1:20, sections and structures, 1:10, 4 - 15 mm plywoodThe Mustermann Family - Trauma of an Unattached Artist, © 2001 - 2003, Film Installation consisting of 7 parts in plywood, 67 flip-books and 1 photography, variable size, house parts: scale 1:10, model 1:20

Killer Tears, © 1999
Film in 73 flipbooks
The film is presented as a series of flipbooks, fixed with a little chain to a shelf,
that should be mounted around the exhibition space or presentationroom, using their walls.
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Rothschild Claims his Inheritance, © 1992
A Fotostory in 73 Slides
By: Miguel Rothschild
Music: Peter Haas

The Argentinian Miguel Rothschild travels to Europe in order to claim his inheritance. His efforts remaining fruitless, he concludes a pact with the devil, who enable him to fulfill his wishes in exchange of his soul and his artistic talent. Rothschild breaks the pact so as to be an artist again. The film ends with him, a talented artist, drawing portraits of tourists on Berlin’s Kurfürstendamm Boulevard.

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