Dan Graham & Glenn Branca [US] PRESENTED BY WIELS

Collaborations (1980-1992)

21.03.2019

Dan Graham's work provocatively analyses the historical, social and ideological functions of contemporary culture, including architecture, rock music, and television. Deconstructing the act of viewing, he manipulates your perception with time delay, projections, closed-circuit video, and mirrors. WIELS is presenting a video programme highlighting his collaborations with iconic composer and musician Glenn Branca (1948-2018). Graham will be present to give an introduction.

• Two-Way Mirror Cylinder Inside Cube and a Video Salon (1992) | 19 min.
• Westkunst (Modern Period): Dan Graham Segment (1980) | 7 min. | German & English
• Performance and Stage-Set Utilizing Two-Way Mirror and Video Time Delay (1983) | 45 min.

• Dan Graham (°1942) is an American artist, writer, and curator. In performances, installations, and architectural/sculptural designs, he investigates public and private, audience and performer, objectivity and subjectivity. He lives and works in New York.