Join Anne Imhof, Eliza Douglas, Billy Bultheel, and Susanne Pfeffer for a talk, performance, and party celebrating the release of the album FAUST.
Deriving from the performance and exhibition—staged by Imhof at the 57th Venice Biennale—FAUST is part documentation and part elaboration, the sonic capture and extrapolation of the gestures, intensities, and durations of the live event. Serving as the dramatic backbone of the several-hour long performance at the 2017 German Pavilion, the soundtrack was a product of the collective and its individuals, written by Imhof and her collaborators Bultheel, Douglas, and Franziska Aigner.*
BILLY BULTHEEL, ELIZA DOUGLAS, ANNE IMHOF, and SUSANNA PFEFFER IN CONVERSATION
BULTHEEL, DOUGLAS, and IMHOF PERFORMANCE
Museum für Moderne Kunst
Domstrasse 10, Frankfurt.
BILL KOULIGAS and VILLE HAIMALA
Nordring 131, Offenbach.
Anne Imhof, Faust (2019), album images courtesy and © the artists. the performers, the photographers, Museum für Moderne Kunst, and Zak Group. Below: Eliza Douglas in Faust (2017), German Pavilion, 57th Venice Biennale, photograph by Nadine Fraczkowski, courtesy and © the artists, the photographer, and the German Pavilion 2017.