at GALLERIA D´ARTE MODERNA di Roma, curated by ACCADEMIA D’UNGHERIA IN ROMA
English_TTC_Things to Come_Synopsis
THINGS TO COME
A moving picture about László, Lucia and Sibyl Moholy-Nagy
While Feininger was painting, his neighbour in Weimar was experimenting with the young medium of film: László Moholy-Nagy was practising New Vision. All that he was lacking was an audience, because his ideas did not suit the taste of the masses. In their film installation THINGS TO COME, the two creatives Angela Zumpe and Oliver Held present their interpretation of what life in the Moholy-Nagy household might have been like.
There will be the projection of the light-image-sound production beginning of June 2020 at the renewed Georgium in Dessau, where you can delve into this network of moving images, sound and colour again.
Fotos:Nagy T. Katalin
Articel by Lucy Komisar »The Komisar Scoop«:
Friday Nov. 15, 6:00pm
Deutsches Haus at NYU
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Excerpt of the Q & A can be viewed here
Teaching and Thinking the Bauhaus after 1989: Angela Zumpe’s Time in DessauBerlin-based artist and filmmaker Angela Zumpe was already a guest at Deutsches Haus at NYU with her films in the past, most recently with The Pastor’s Children – Punks, Politicians and Philosophers in 2017. This time, she will present parts of her new art book, I Am Taking the Ghosts with Me… (Distanz Verlag, 2019), reflecting her twenty years of working and lecturing in and near the Bauhaus in Dessau. In addition, Angela Zumpe will present a screening of her latest film project, Things to Come, which explores the lives of Bauhaus’s László, Lucia, and Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, between 1929 and 1935.
Q & A after the screening
Glimpse of the discussion