Dienstag, 15. Juni 2021

Projektion auf die Krise (Gauweilereien in München), 2021

 


Neuerscheinung: Splitter 17


Im Juni 2021 erscheint im Forum Queeres Archiv München die zweite, erweiterte Auflage des Künstlerbuchs „Projektion auf die Krise. Gauweilereien in München“ von Philipp Gufler als Splitter 17.

„Projektion auf die Krise. Gauweilereien in München“ gewährt einen kaleidoskopartigen Rückblick auf die Anfänge der AIDS-Krise in Deutschland in den 1980er Jahren – einer Zeit, in der Münchens repressive Politik gegen Homosexuelle einen Höhepunkt erreichte: das Aufkommen der Pandemie in der Bundesrepublik und die bayerische Antwort. In einem Maßnahmenkatalog sah der damalige Staatssekretär Peter Gauweiler vor, Zwangstests und Absonderung anzuordnen.

Die von Philipp Gufler zusammengetragenen historischen Dokumente aus dem Forum Queeres Archiv München sind in chronologischer Reihenfolge geordnet und werden durch Gespräche mit Guido Vael und Dr.med. Hans Jäger sowie durch aktuelle Arbeiten befreundeter Künstler*innen ergänzt. Die hier vorliegende zweite, überarbeitete Ausgabe enthält zudem Aufsätze von Albert Knoll und Hendrik Folkerts und erscheint zum ersten Mal in englischer Übersetzung. Sie wurde von Jan Erbelding gestaltet. Das Künstlerbuch erscheint zur gleichnamigen Videoinstallation von Philipp Gufler von 2014 und in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Hammann von Mier Verlag, München. 

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New publication: Splitter 17


Projection on the Crisis (Gauweilereien in Munich) takes a kaleidoscopic and retrospective look at the early days of the AIDS crisis in Germany during the 1980s – a time in which Munich’s repressive policies against gay people reached its peak:

the arrival of the pandemic in Germany and the Bavarian response to it, consisting of a catalogue of measures which envisioned forced testing and separation, instigated by Peter Gauweiler who was Bavarian Secretary of State at the time.

Historic documents from the Forum Queeres Archiv München, assembled by Philipp Gufler, are arranged in chronological order and augmented by conversations with Guido Vael and Dr.med. Hans Jäger alongside contemporary works of fellow artists. The revised second edition also contains essays by Albert Knoll and Hendrik Folkerts, as well as, for the first time, an English translation of the German original texts. The artist book was published in collaboration with Hammann Von Mier Verlag, Munich in association with the video installation Projection on the Crisis (Gauweilereien in Munich), 2014, by Philipp Gufler.

Donnerstag, 15. April 2021

Philipp Gufler’s Indirect Contacts | Непрямые контакты Филиппа Гуфлера

As part of the project “Political Dimensions of Cultural Praxis and Knowledge Production,” we are publishing the 6th chapter of Philipp Gufler's artist book “Indirect Contact” in English and Russian, that gives insights into his process of working with the environment of the grassroots archive Forum Queeres Archiv München. Johanna Klingler gives an introduction to Philipp’s artistic practice.

Donnerstag, 8. April 2021

Medienpreis HIV/AIDS 2019/20

Philipp Gufler has been awarded with the Medienpreis HIV/AIDS 2019/20! The artist has been researching the AIDS crisis of the 1980s since 2013 in the self-organized Forum Queeres Archiv München. 2020 the artist book „Quilt #01 – #30“ about his silkscreen series was published by the Hammann von Mier Verlag.

 


 

Montag, 1. März 2021

Sweat at Haus der Kunst

Sweat

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The show is dedicated to the phenomenon of bodies that act together and shape their present. Breaking a sweat in the face of violent attempts to control the human body represents an artistic strategy of resistance. 

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Haus der Kunst
Prinzregentenstraße 1
80538 Munich 

Lana Kaiser film screenings

 


Lana Kaiser

In 2002, Lana Kaiser became well known in the first season of the German version of the Idol television franchise. She was born in 1985 and went by her birth name Daniel Küblböck. At only 17 years old she polarised the audience with her androgynous appearance and open bisexuality. On September 9th 2018, Lana disappeared from a cruise ship on her way to North America. Most media outlets and the majority of the public didn‘t consider calling her by her chosen name, Lana Kaiser. Philipp Gufler's video installation is a personal portrait of the singer and entertainer. 

Hammann Von Mier Verlag published a corresponding zine with contributions by Philipp Gufler, Fanny Hauser, Eli Hill, Jack Hogan, Viktor Neumann and Rory Pilgrim. Before the video installation will celebrate its premiere in June 2021 at the group exhibition "Sweat" at Haus der Kunst in Munich, the work will be screened before at film festivals. 




30. Fusion Film Festival, Oslo

World premiere

Monday, 28. September 2020, 16:30

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26. Chéries Chéris

Festival du LGBTIQ film, Paris, France

COMPÉTITION COURTS MÉTRAGES TRANSGENRES 1 – FINALLY LEON

Tuesday, 29. June 2021

Tuesday, 6. July 2021

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New Renaissance Film Festival, Amsterdam

25. – 28. March 2021

 
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37. Wicked Queer 

Boston's LGBTIQ+ Filmfestival, USA
 
8. – 18. April 2021

 
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67. International Short Film Festival Oberhausen

Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, Germany

GERMAN COMPETITION
 
1. – 10. May 2021
 
 
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5. Out & Loud

Pune International Queer Film Festival 2021, India.

14.–16. May 2021

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Thessaloniki Queer Arts Festival in 2021

Greece

15.–17. June 2021


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International Queer Film Festival Playa Del Carmen, 2021


Mexico

11. – 18. November 2021


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