Streetscapes [Dialogue] by Heinz Emigholz
Tuesday, April 17, 9:00PM
Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave.
Co-presented in partnership with Goethe-Institut Toronto and Documentary Organization of Canada
Over the past 25 years, the films of Heinz Emigholz have staged a sustained dialogue between cinema and architecture, attempting to reconcile the durationality of moving images with the simultaneity of built structures. Part of his recent four-part Streetscapes series, Streetscapes [Dialogue] uses cinema as a means of both apprehending and producing space, taking as its setting projects by architects Julio Vilamajó, Eladio Dieste, and Arno Brandlhuber, all shot in his idiosyncratic, dissonant style. However, unlike previous efforts, Streetscapes [Dialogue] places the artist in the midst of his own work, as an intensive therapeutic exchange between Emigholz and psychologist Zohar Rubinstein is acted out by avatars inserted into the discontinuous cine-architectural space. Through this intervention, Streetscapes [Dialogue] furthers Emigholz’s practice of thinking space through cinematic time.
$12 general admission
$6 students, seniors, underemployed
Heinz Emigholz will be in attendance.
Heinz Emigholz is a guest of the Goethe-Institut.
Heinz Emigholz trained first as a draftsman before studying philosophy and literature in Hamburg. He began filmmaking in 1968 and has worked since 1973 as a filmmaker, artist, writer,
and producer in Germany and the US. He held a professorship in Experimental Filmmaking at the Universität der Künste Berlin from 1993 to 2013.
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