Björn Kämmerer AT, 2016, 7', 35 mm

Normally a navigational device or navigator serves to provide orientation in unfamiliar territory, to establish paths in the middle of nowhere by means of geometric aids. But what happens when space and its record, region and map, merge and begin to intertwine? In Navigator Björn Kämmerer creates a kind of seeing machine that executes exactly such a convolution. A concentric metal device is in a state of perpetual rotation. A rhythmical montage involving various perspectives of this movement is to be seen. (…) Circuits turn within circuits, as if Marcel Duchamp’s Anemic Cinema has come back to life in a new sculptural skin. (Christian Höller)

Fri 30/9 Kino SC 20:00