Bastian Schwind - 19'
In the collaborative video work, Familienidylle, (digitalised Super 8-film) Christian Kurz, Maria Porsch, Bastian Schwind and Flo Staffelmayr appropriated the style and characteristics of Super-8 film. Beginning in 1960s, this was the filmic medium that first allowed mass documentation of annual celebrations and the upsurge in holiday and excursion tourism. The video tells the fictitious story of a young couple from an Austrian middle class milieu in the 1960s and 1970s in a series of scenes separated by leaps of time. They meet, make excursions together ? among other destinations, to the atomic reactor in Zwentendorf (showing the enthusiasm for technical developments of the time) ? and become involved in the classic clichés of the period.
Director not to present this film for Public, the Jury can award the film through private screening.
|Bastian Schwind Born: 27.01.1987 Zittau (Germany) Languages: German / English Education: since 2009 – University of applied Arts Vienna / Photography 2007 – 2009 – University of Vienna / Philosophy 1994 – 2005 – School Student / International Baccalaureate Exhibitions (Selection): 2014-Fotogalerie Wien (Group Exhibition) Vertikale Galerie (Group Exhibition) 2013 Czech China Contemporary Gallery (Beijing CCC)(Group Exhibition) 2012 – Konsens ist keine Meinung / Fotoraum Wien (Group Exhibition) Öffnungen der Universiät / Ausser Betrieb (Group Exhibition) 2011 – My Dear Cargo / Kunstverein Bremerhaven (Germany) (Group Exhibition) Filmography: 2014 – Familienidylle / super8 digitalised, 19:12min, silent 2014 – 4 Actors / 16mm B/W, 02:40min, silent 2011 – Fotografien: April 2011 – September 2011 / 16mm B/W, 01:11min, silent Scholarships: 2012 – Erasmus Scholarship at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design Prague / Photography 2010 – Merit – Based Grand / University of applied Arts Vienna Other: 2014 – Vice President of filmkoop wien|