Film screening and discussion
Harun Farocki was a leading figure in a scene of artists and intellectuals who developed in Europe in the late 1960s during explosive political debates. During this turbulent period, not only the production model of the filmmaker/auteur was defined, but the question was also raised about the analytical framework of the cinema with a view to socio-political events.
As part of the exhibition “Harun Farocki: Counter Music”, which opens on 10 March 2017, the Münchner Kammerspiele will present a film night in cooperation with the Haus der Kunst and KINO DER KUNST. The selected works continue to trace the artist’s interest in the changing modes of wage labour, production and consumption. The screenings will be accompanied by two discussions between the curator, writer and artist Antje Ehmann and media scholar Rembert Hüser.
The film night is part of the Haus der Kunst exhibition “Harun Farocki: Counter Music”
and is a collaboration between the Münchner Kammerspiele and KINO DER KUNST.
21.00 Wie man sieht, 1986, 72 min.
22.25 Talk: Antje Ehmann und Renbert Hüser
23.10 Jean-Marie Straub und Daniele Huillet bei der Arbeit an Franz Kafkas Romanfragment Amerika, 1983, 26 Min.
23.40 Aufstellung, 2005, 16. Min.
00.00 Gespräch: Antje Ehmann und Rembert Hüser