A special event presented as part of Ælab’s exhibition Milieux Associés.
Through a selection of experimental, documentary and industrial short films, film excerpts, audio pieces, and fragments of text, Florian Wüst will reflect on processes of transformation in relation to residue and waste, energy and subsistence.
Curated and presented by Florian Wüst (Berlin)
This is a co-presentation of DHC/ART, Phi Centre and BIAN as part of the International Digital Arts Biennial.
Florian Wüst is a visual artist and independent film curator based in Berlin. His work revolves around the history of post-war Germany and modern technical progress. Recent curatorial projects include: Von Industrie zu Industrial, Industrial (Research), Hartware, MedienKunstVerein, Dortmund (2014); Crude Economy, Impakt Festival, Utrecht (2013); La Zona, neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst, Berlin (with Sandra Bartoli, Ulrike Feser, Silvan Linden, 2012). Wüst frequently writes and lectures about topics related to film and society. His latest publication, Relations, looks at Chilean and West German films of the early 1970s committed to social and economic changes. fwuest.com