23.04.2021—23.05.2021

10 seconds

Kunst, Filmvorführung, Residenzen, Online

Online screening
24/7 on our website
‚I venerdì pomeriggio‘ series

Dates
23.04.2021
23.05.2021
Location
Online
Category
Kunst, Filmvorführung, Residenzen
Information

Online screening
24/7 on our website
‚I venerdì pomeriggio‘ series

I venerdì pomeriggio
I venerdì pomeriggio at Istituto Svizzero are dedicated to our residents. It is an opportunity for the public to learn more about the projects they are working on during this year’s residency.

The event is curated by Hayahisa Tomiyasu (Fellow Roma Calling 2020/2021), who presents new works from his residency in Rome, now available on our website.

 10 seconds is a new video that combines two works produced in two different locations: Zurich and Rome. A double screen shows photos of numbers taken by Hayahisa Tomiyasu in public spaces of the two cities. The numbers go from 10 to 1 as to remind a countdown.
The video is accompanied by the transcription of a conversation between Hayahisa Tomiyasu and art historian Dr. Gabrielle Schaad, providing an overview of his current work and practice.
Read here the German version (soon available the English version as well).

Biographies:

Hayahisa Tomiyasu (1982, Kanagawa, Japan) studied photography at Tokyo Polytechnic University (BA) and at Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig (Meisterschüler). He worked at the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste as assistant and his works have been shown around the world.
Find out more about Hayahisa Tomiyasu’s project, read his latest contribution on the blog of Istituto Svizzero on the website of the Swiss daily newspaper Le Temps.

Gabrielle Schaad is a Postdoc at the Chair of the Theory and History of Architecture, Art, and Design at TU Munich and since 2017 Research Associate at the Department of Fine Arts, Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK). She studied art and architectural history at the University of Zurich, EPHE/Sorbonne Paris, Sophia University Tokyo, and holds a PhD from ETH Zurich. Her research interests include concepts of space and the body in transcultural art and design since the 1960s and the spatialization of power and gender relations. She is the author of numerous essays focussing on the intersections of critical spatial practices in between art and architecture; co-editor of Archithese reader: Critical Positions in Search of Postmodernity, 1971–1976 (Zurich: Triest, 2021 forthcoming); and author of the monograph Shizuko Yoshikawa (Zurich: Lars Müller Publishers, 2019).

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