13 Nov 2017
redux/time/ OUT OF JOINT
Caspar Stracke is an artist, filmmaker, and curator living and working in New York City and Helsinki. His interdisciplinary work focuses on socio-political and aesthetic potentialities in architecture, urbanism, media archaeology, and – most self-referentially – cinema itself, its poetics, ephemeralities, and time-based mechanisms. His films, videos, and installation works have been shown at exhibitions and festivals throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia. In 1999 he completed his first feature-length film CIRCLE’S SHORT CIRCUIT, which toured throughout the US and Europe and was selected for the exhibition “American Century Part II” at the Whitney Museum of American Art. He taught as professor for Contemporary Art and Moving Image at the Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki from 2012 to 2017.
After thirty years teaching at the University of California Laurence A. Rickels was professor in art and theory at the Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe as successor to Klaus Theweleit. In spring semester 2018 he holds the Eberhard Berent Goethe Chair at New York University. He is also the Sigmund Freud Professor of Media and Philosophy at European Graduate School in Saas Fee, Switzerland. Rickels is the author of Aberrations of Mourning (1988), The Case of California (1991, reprint 2001), Nazi Psychoanalysis (2002), The Vampire Lectures (1999), The Devil Notebooks (2008), Ulrike Ottinger: The Autobiography of Art Cinema (2008), I Think I Am: Philip K. Dick (2010), SPECTRE (2013), Germany: A Science Fiction (2015), and The Psycho Records (2016).
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