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Serie "The Screen Under My Eyelids"

Jessica Arseneau

"The Screen Under My Eyelids" brings together works that explore the mental and social states of insomnia. Conceived with digital videos, audio, inkjet print and wall texts, it together investigates a temporal form between standstill and movement. The works echo the continuous shape of time in an insomniac condition, as well as a world in a perpetual functionality.

The Screen Under My Eyelids (Deflection), 2020, installation view, Galerie Intershop

'Windows' and 'Deflection', 2020, installation view, Galerie Intershop

The Screen Under My Eyelids, 2020, installation view, Galerie Intershop

The night is fiction; it's intensity remains, 2020, installation view, Galerie Intershop

Stillness, 2020, installation view, Galerie Intershop

Stillness, 2020

Znamya 2.5 and The day does not exist; it is permanent., 2020, installation view, Galerie Intershop

The day does not exist; it is permanent., 2020, installation view, Galerie Intershop

Windows, 2020, installation view, Galerie Intershop

Znamya 2.5, 2020, video still frame

Deflection, 2020, video still frame

Windows, 2020, video still frame

What if there would be no more night?
Over the centuries, we have constructed life around two temporalities: the duality of day and night. This can be traced back to the rotation of the earth, which—like any other form of life—has given human beings a clear rhythm. The active day was followed by the night, characterized by sleep, rest, celebrations and other activities that were not possible during daytime. However, the night disappears: opacity, shadow and darkness are fading away. Contemporary society is constructing a round-the-clock operating world leading to a continuous form of time in which the separations between activity and rest, work and leisure, professional and private life eradicate. Insomnia is revealed to us during impasses, but also as a consequence of perpetual work and thus, a response to the omnipresent possibility of visibility.

'The Screen Under My Eyelids' brings together works that explore the mental and social states of insomnia. Conceived with digital video, audio, inkjet print and wall texts, it together investigates a temporal form between standstill and movement. The works echo the continuous shape of time in an insomniac condition, as well as a world in a perpetual functionality. Light in this sense has become an aesthetic vector for mechanisms that structure contemporary society. One of the works shown in the exhibition is a found video of a mirror satellite (Znamya 2.5, an experiment in the 90s) that has the function of deflecting the sunlight towards the Earth. It evokes the ambiguous desire to extend the diurnal temporality to a sempiternal day.

The work includes: 'Deflection' (video), 'Windows' (video), 'Znamya 2.5' (video), 'Stillness' (inkjet print), 'Glimpse' (audio), 'The night is fiction; its intensity remains' (wall text) and 'The day does not exist; it is permanent' (wall text).

Fachklasse: Klasse für Installation und Raum von Joachim Blank

Studiengang: Medienkunst

Abschlussarbeiten 2020

▸ Meisterschüler*innen

Name Titel
Paula Ábalos Santibáñez THE INVISIBLE CLOTH
Nico Curian Schimmer
Katarína Dubovská Intertwined Conditions
Martin Haufe Freundschaft
Juliane Mahler Reliefs
Kirill Gluschenko Architect and The Countryside. Estonia ’66–’89
Silas Mücke On Point
Larissa Mühlrath memoriae
Mihai Șovăială Holding pattern
Julia Debus VIA
Manuel Cornelius dry end, food dye
Jennifer König Coming back to where I started
Kai-Hendrik Windeler Territorial Objects
Barbara Proschak SO LANG UND ETWAS LÄNGER - Anhaften von Fremdmaterial
Stefan Wartenberg Als ich wie ein Vogel war

▸ Diplomand*innen

Name Titel
Lina Ehrentraut Melek und ich – Interdimensional Love Affairs
Maren Oehling Kühn & Nägel
Hjördis Lyn Behncken Bold, slick, simple, clear, my mind
Sibel Beyer A System of Objects
Hans Morsa Die Bakenstadt
Sabrina Asche Textiles
Maximilian Hillerzeder Poison Paradise
Franz Impler Out of Bounds
Lea Loos Widerstand ist zwecklos. Nein!
Friedericke Lehmann Sinem Maliqi - Leben in Paris
Monika Micevičiūtė Wer bin ich? – Identität in Bildern
Toni Minge o.T.
Marco Dirr Aporía
Rebekka Bauer Die Aufstellung
Tim Deniz Heide The Joy of Missing Out
Philip Kanwischer Äußere Vorzeichen, innere Ahnungen
Oscar Lebeck Fundament
Christian Nappert presque rien/tout
Alexander Pannier The Housefly
Silke Berg unter Farben
Manuela Dathe Zeichnungen
Luca De Sousa Oliveira Schupp
Elena Kovylyaeva Flow
Jens-Martin Triebel Die Dinge in Bewegung
Yve Riedinger Ohne Titel
Galamb Thorday all my past and futures
Annika Stoll Hyperfluid Circumstances
Jessica Arseneau Serie "The Screen Under My Eyelids"
Changan Son o.T.
Bernhard Bormann Diplomzertifikat
Beatrice Schuett Moumdjian Forensic Excavations Inventory or The Total Deconstruction of an Eurasian Family
Nadine Rangosch Cold Glass Doesn't Flow
Boa Cha Das Rascheln des Vergehenden
Ho Man Law The Noblest Pain/Mare Nostrum/Burial at Sea/Pateras
Zeno Gries Die Zweitbesetzung Jahr: 2020
Andrea Garcia Vasquez Palms And Our Hands
Evij CHROMATIC
Moritz von Schurer experiences
Jana Ritchie Familie Ritchie
Taemen Jung Alles, was ich habe, trag ich bei mir
Maria Cebula The Ritual The Vanity The Look
Paul Zech EPHEMERAL UNION (EU106)
Thomas Spieler Depth of Field
Ramona Schacht Togetherness is not a state
Yasamin Saffarian Taken at Home
Paul Wilting /Fleck/
Friedrich Günther Tales from the Crypt
Jakob Limmer call for submission
David Rank In a Coded World, There is Nothing Like Normcore
Yana Zschiedrich Hybris
Malte Urban Home is Castle - Playing Jenga in Bed
Martin König o.T.
Yoonjung Lee Wovon Frau Lee lebt
Felix Bielmeier o.T. (Die Möglichkeit eines Mammuts)
Jakob Zander