DVD, 53 mins., PAL, digi pack with booklet, 4 illustrations, saddle stitching
The present edition appears in the series “Performance Saga, Interviews 01–08”, which collects recordings of conversations with female pioneers of performance art and provides insight into their self-image and thinking.
Ulrike Rosenbach was one of the first in Europe to start working with performance and video in the 1970s. An innovative and experimental use of media characterizes both her early live video actions and her current video sculptures and media installations. In her exploration of the central themes of nature and culture, her diverse oeuvre continues to this day.
In a conversation among female artists, Ulrike Rosenbach provides information about her work and talks about the conditions under which her work was created. A text booklet with a contribution by Inge Hinterwaldner completes this DVD edition.
Performance Saga, Interview 05, Ulrike Rosenbach
by Chris Regn, Andrea Saemann
|Release Place||Zurich, Switzerland|
|Dimensions||13.8 × 19.0 cm|
|Technique||Offset Printing, Video|