The street was like a drive-through cinema, the images came to life through her movement 



Notes on 'Cinema Cristal'
2019, 2 mini monitors, video, HD, b/w, silent, 9 photographs behind acrylic

Photos: Lisa Truttmann, Kamen Stoyanov


Exhibitions:
Big screens shatter easily, Oberösterreichicher Kunstverein, Linz, AT, 2019


See also:
Cinema Cristal

The starting point of this installation is an anecdote from the production of Cinema Cristal. Whilst spending time  on Laleh Zar Street, I saw a mother and daughter together. The daughter was pushing her mother along the street in a wheelchair, as if they were making a film together. Every window of every shop became a frame, and the street was like a kind of drive-through cinema.

This installation is an adaptation of Marlies Pöschl’s film Cinema Cristal, in which images from the film are questioned about their ‘state of light’. The written dialogues of the original film are shown as video on two mini monitors, while the images of Cinema Cristal ‘break off into individual photographs, presented behind acrylic glass blocks.




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
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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