its autonomization in the 1920s, medial reality production began to gradually slip out of our realm of influence. By means
of selected avant-garde movies Daniel Egg examines the medium film, sharpening our awareness of the concise distinction between
the ephemeral and the concrete.
Focusing on impurities, emulsion resolutions, torn films, he
separates essence from reality, incorporates transience and memory, makes the seemingly invisible visible, and in turn, creates
Egg concentrates on developing new transformations, evokes the entire spectrum of light
with white paint, and thus opens up distinctive interpretations of reality. It is not the narrative which turns out to be
the essence of the medium and perception, but the flare-up of lapses and flaws which serves to verify reality.
Daniel Egg, born in Vienna 1973, 1994-2001 University of Applied Arts Vienna.
Gallery Sies+Höke, Düsseldorf, Projektraum Viktor Bucher, Vienna, Kunstraum Innsbruck, Neue Galerie Graz, Universalmuseum
Joanneum, Graz, Future Cinema ZKM, Karlsruhe, Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki.
curated by: Ruth Schnell
and Tommy Schneider
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