Die komplett wahnsinnige Videokunst von Ryan Trecartin

07.02.2009 Misc #Art #Weird

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Hier die komplett wahnsinnige Performance von Video-Künstler Ryan Trecartin. Im Video geht es vor allem um Zer- und Verstörung, der Mann hat eindeutig zu oft Evil Dead gesehen, er gibt als Inspirationen den Disney Channel und „Dirty Dancing“ an. Ja nee, is klar. Die New York Times über Trecartin:

In stunningly short order, even for an art world then still moving at breakneck speed, his work was everywhere: the 2006 Whitney Biennial, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the Saatchi Gallery in London, the collection of the Guggenheim Museum. And his most ambitious work to date, the movie-length “I-Be Area,” which made its debut in 2007 at the Elizabeth Dee Gallery in Chelsea, was greeted with a kind of joyous critical consensus rarely seen in the art world.

Mr. Trecartin, a friendly, loquacious, boyish-looking man who grew up in a steel-mill family in rural Ohio and who counts the Disney Channel and “Dirty Dancing” among his important artistic inspirations, was only 26 years old.

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