1-2 Weeks
Another Tomorrow


Subtitled: Young Video Art from the Collection of the Neue Galerie Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum. 2009 release. "This exhibition is an attempt by the Neue Galerie Graz to provide a key outline of an important segment of its extensive video collection. The young and very youngest positions in Austrian video art have been brought together here in an exemplary summation of the work now being done in the field. The exhibition provides insights into the mechanisms of image perception today against the backdrop of film. The separate positions here exhibited speak for themselves by each posing their own detailed questions. They are inseparable from the developments of technological progress and are closely linked to the development of social power structures. This has found clear expression in very recent times through various strategies for dealing with the visual. While the exhibition Another Tomorrow makes formal reference to both TV (monitor presentation) and cinema (with projections on a large scale), the individual positions extend far beyond this limiting framework in being committed to the post medium condition. The curatorial approach of the Neue Galerie explores regional, national and international contemporary art production by means of exhibitions and symposia. Its program includes large thematic group exhibitions (e.g. Kontextkunst, 1993; Pittura Immedia: Painting from the 1990s in the USA and Europe, 1995; Beyond Art, 1996/97/98; Der anagrammatische Krper, 1999; Im Buchstabenfeld - The Future of Literature, 2001; In Search of Balkania, 2002) as well as focused individual exhibitions, such as Gianni Colombo: Ambienti, a retrospective of the late artist's work, on display through August 2008. Through a series of public programs and symposia, the curatorial program of the Neue Galerie has also created a discursive forum for national and international artists and critics about contemporary developments in media such as painting, sculpture, photography, digital media, video and film, object art, installations and architecture, providing focused positions amidst the arbitrariness of contemporary art production. Many artists who are today amongst the stars of the international art scene, such as Pipilotti Rist, Sylvie Fleury, and Olafur Eliasson, had their first exhibitions at the Neue Galerie." 2 NTSC all-region DVDs (71 min./88 min. running times).
Featuring works by Josef Dabernig, Ruth Brozek, Barbara Caspar, Katharina Copony, Markus Gansberger, Michael Gumhold, Franz Kapfer, Leopold Kessler, Annja Krautgasser, Claudia Larcher, Lia, Anja Manfredi, Flora Neuwirth, Norbert Pfaffenbichler, Katrin Plavcak, reMI, Constanze Ruhm, Susanne Schuda, Klaus Schuster, Norbert Trummer, Christina Tsilidis, Anita Witek, Erwin Wurm, Derek Roberts.