Marlies Pöschl understands filmmaking as social practice and often collaborates with actors from outside the art world in search for polyphonic narrations and open-ended dramaturgies.  




Current exhibtions




Technologies of Togetherness


Marlies Pöschl
11.6. – 14.8.2022
Kunstverein Ludwigshafen (DE)
Curated by Jana Franze-Feldmann


Marlies Pöschl's films imagine possibilities for a digitalised, sustainable and caring future in the face of a threatened and unbalanced present. “Technologies of Togetherness” presents a broad cross-section of the artist's work to date.
This exhibition at Kunstverein Ludwigshafen is the first institutional solo presentation of the Austrian artist in Germany.

Photos: Marco Vedana





Speculative Fiction


9.7.2022–16.10.2022
Exhibit Gallery, Vienna
Curated by Stephanie Damianitsch
With works by: Veronika Eberhart, Katrin Euller, Barbara Kapusta, Pille-Riin Jaik, Flavia Mazzanti, Ursula Mayer, Marlies Pöschl, Stefanie Schwarzwimmer, Paula Strunden, Kay Walkowiak

In the face of social upheavals resulting from global warming or the pandemic questions and longings for a different way of dealing with the world increase. The cinematic pieces of the presented artists sketch out imaginary alternatives to a political and ecological present that is perceived as unfavourable.




Selected Artworks





Evernormal Granary

2022
4K Video, 22 min


Revolving in a labyrinthic structure around the state granary in Ludwigshafen, this essay film explores issues of food security, botany, food speculation, logistics and indigenous ecological perspectives.






The White field

 
2022
16 mm transferred to HD, 13 min


Shot on a wind-up 16mm camera, this film traces a space without electromagnetic radiation: the habitat of electrosensitive senior Jill.



Shadow Library

                                                              2021
                                                              4K Video


Shadow Library addresses how the effects of globally unequal production relations are inscribed in plants, migrate with them and become anchored in collective memory. (...)






Schatzalp

                                                          2021
                                                         360 degree video


This enigmatic ‘VR regional novel’ intertwines everyday life in a long-term resort for European seniors in Southeast Asia with fictionalized anecdotes based on memories of home that the ‘guests’ project onto this place



Data Garden         2021
                                                    360 degree installation


In a near future, data is no longer stored in data centres but in the DNA of plants. (...)

                       




Simple Whistles

                                                        2020
                                                        HD video


Based on a collaborative project, in which senior citizens imagined a future vision of their assisted living project, a choral performance was created. Marlies Pöschl condenses this ritual into a film where the supposed transparency of 'smart homes' dissolves.





Aurore

2019
2K video


Aurore is a voice without a body, she lives in a crevice, she resides on the interface. At a retirement home in the south of Paris, she provides company for the residents.


Contact
Marlies Pöschl
Studio (by appointment)
1020 Vienna, AT
kontakt@marliespoeschl.net www.marliespoeschl.net

Feel free to contact me for copies of my works for preview or research purposes.


Copyright
all images © their authors. The art work of Marlies Pöschl and the images of work shown on this website are subject to copyright. The copyright of all the work remains with the artist.
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Association for Moving Image, Art and Media

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marlies.poeschl@goldenpixelcoop.com
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Contact

Marlies Pöschl
Studio (by appointment)
1020 Vienna, AT
kontakt@marliespoeschl.net
www.marliespoeschl.net

Feel free to contact me for copies of my works for preview or research purposes.


Copyright
all images © their authors. The art work of Marlies Pöschl and the images of work shown on this website are subject to copyright. The copyright of all the work remains with the artist.


The Golden Pixel Cooperative
Association for Moving Image, Art and Media
www.goldenpixelcoop.com
marlies.poeschl@goldenpixelcoop.com