Two androgynous underground artists are assembling strange devices in their workspace. Stepping out in the deserted suburban surroundings at night they perform a surprising experiment.
Director Biography — Karin Andersen
Visual artist, born in Germany in 1966, graduated from the Bologna Academy of Fine Arts in 1990. Her works in different mediums have been shown internationally in venues like Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Bologna; MUU Gallery, Helsinki; Artists Space, New York; Ca’ D’Oro Museum, Venice; State Museum, San Marino; Haus der Kunst, Munich and is currently represented by Traffic Gallery, Bergamo and Guidi & Schoen Arte Contemporanea, Genova. In 2005 she was awarded the Premio Maretti Art Prize.
Since 2006 Karin has extended her artistic research in the field of moving images. Her videoart pieces have been selected for international festivals, exhibitions, online screening events and were included in several editions of the Italian Videoart Yearbook of the Bologna University. “Stranger”, her videoclip made in collaboration with artist and musician Christian Rainer, won competitions like Videofreccia (Molinella, Italy) and Oblique Festival (Pau, France). Together with italian novelist Gianluca Di Dio she is working at her first feature film project.
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