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Ulrike Ottinger

Laurence A. Rickels

Ulrike Ottinger

the autobiography of art cinema

by Laurence A. Rickels

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Published by University of Minnesota Press in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ottinger, Ulrike, -- 1942- -- Criticism and interpretation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementLaurence A. Rickels.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN1998.3.O855 R53 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16701607M
    ISBN 109780816653300, 9780816653317
    LC Control Number2008012866

    Seiglohr, Ulrike. “Women Film-Makers, the Avant Garde and the Case of Ulrike Ottinger.” The German Cinema Book, ed. Tim Bergfelder, Erica Carter and Deniz Göktürk. London: British Film Institute, Other Films by Ulrike Ottinger on Tripod: Bildnis einer Trinkerin (Ticket of no return), New York, Women Make Movies, (VHS). At the recent Berlin Film Festival, Ulrike Ottinger was awarded the Berlinale Camera for her impressive body of work. At the festival, she also debuted her documentary Paris Calligrammes [+ leggi anche: recensione trailer intervista: Ulrike Ottinger scheda film], about her time in Paris in the film, which follows on from her exhibition and a book of the same name, is released in.

    The art of Ulrike Ottinger (born ) straddles ethnographic observation and mythological narration. Through a dense network of images from other countries and thematically linked objects and wall pieces, World Images documents an installation that highlights both similarities and distinctions between Ottinger: Weltbilder (Hardcover)Brand: Lotz, Antonia.   Through July For those unfamiliar with the three-decade career of the photographer, writer and underground German filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger, these two Author: Roberta Smith.

    Ulrike Ottinger [] Posted April 1, A chapter from Film: The Front true masterpieces of the contemporary German avant-garde cinema – making Ottinger an obligatory inclusion for this book. Ottinger’s political focus in Freak Orlando is a lot closer to that of Todd Browning’s Freaks than it is to Virginia Woolf.   Directed by Ulrike Ottinger. With Hanns Zischler, Burghart Klaußner, Thomas Thieme, Ulrike Ottinger/10(21).


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In Ulrike Ottinger Laurence A. Rickels offers a series of sensitive and original analyses of Ottinger’s films, as well as her more recent photographic artworks, situated within a dazzling thought experiment centered on the history of art cinema through the turn of the twenty-first century.

In addition to commemorating the death of a once Cited by: 1. In Ulrike Ottinger Laurence A. Rickels offers a series of sensitive and original analyses of Ottinger’s films, as well as her more recent photographic artworks, situated within a dazzling thought experiment centered on the history of art cinema through the turn of the twenty-first century.

In addition to commemorating the death of a once. In this book, Ulrike Ottinger offers fascinating insights into her working methods while creating a cross-temporal topography of Paris, from the aftershocks of the Second World War to the transculturally influenced present.

Table of contents. Foreword Bernd Scherer. This volume offers an overview of German artist Ulrike Ottinger (born ), whose films explore the tensions between documentary and fiction. It includes reproductions of installations, such as Floating Flood (), an audio-visual collage of the artist's travels, drawing from.

In Ulrike Ottinger Laurence A. Rickels offers a series of sensitive and original analyses of Ottinger’s films, as well as her more recent photographic artworks, situated within a dazzling thought experiment centered on the history of art cinema through the turn of the twenty-first century.

Since her move to Berlin inGerman director Ulrike Ottinger has been a flamboyant one-woman revolt against the cinematic status quo. One of the most consequential names in the New German Cinema of the ’s, Ottinger produced hyper-stylized subversive epics, among the most adventurous and addictive movies of the last 50 years.

Her art book ‘Image Archive’ (Bildarchive), a collection of her work from towas published in Further books followed, such as ‘Floating Food’ (), ‘Ulrike Ottinger – Global Pictures’ (), the two volume work ‘Journey around the world.

23 April - 7 May Kelvin Hall Tickets £ / £ or £/£ Season Ticket. To accompany the exhibition Still Moving: The films and photographs of Ulrike Ottinger, The Hunterian presents a mini-retrospective of Ottinger’s feature-length film g throughout Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art, this programme is a rare chance to see these influential, genre.

Marz --Karsten Lockemann and Susanne Touw in Conversation with Ulrike Ottinger Munich, March 1, --Freak Orlando, --Superbia, --Usinimage, --Johanna d'Arc of Mongolia, --Exil Shanghai, --Ester.

Book Description: Laurence A. Rickels offers analyses of Ulrike Ottinger’s films, as well as her photographic artworks, situated within a dazzling thought experiment centered on the history of art cinema. In addition to commemorating the death of a once-vital art form, this book also affirms Ottinger’s defiantly optimistic turn toward the.

‘Paris Calligrammes’: Film Review An enriching journey through Ulrike Ottinger’s Paris of the s, told in a way that deftly balances past and present to paint a picture of a threshold era.

“Ulrike Ottinger’s film captivates with its awesome link of seriousness and mirth, sharpness and poetry, epos and ease, myth and history, tradition and modern age.” – Die Welt “’Under Snow’ is a sensitive reflection with strong imagery of a region where people live half a year in snow.

Ulrike Ottinger (b. ) is one of Germany’s most prominent avant-garde artists known for her paintings, photographs and, above all, her fictional and documentary films. Through a surrealist lens, her art work addresses the role of power and its ability to suppress and marginalize difference.

This book is a brilliantly unconventional investigation into the career of a visionary German filmmaker and the untimely death of art cinema. SinceGerman filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger has created a substantial body of films that explore a world of difference defined by the tension and transfer between settled and nomadic ways of life.

Ulrike Ottinger is an artist based in Berlin, Germany. Her films have been screened extensively at film festivals and in exhibitions across the world, including recent solo shows at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Bridget Donahue, New York, USA (both ), and.

In Ulrike Ottinger Laurence A. Rickels offers a series of sensitive and original analyses of Ottinger's films, as well as her more recent photographic artworks, situated within a dazzling thought experiment centered on the history of art cinema through the turn of the twenty-first century.

this book takes up the challenges posed by Ottinger. Ulrike Ottinger: Eine Autobiografie des Kinos (German) Paperback – Septem by Laurence A Rickels (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Author: Laurence A Rickels. In her artist’s book FLOATING FOOD, published inUlrike Ottinger created a comprehensive collage from four decades of her artistic production.

The same year, the n.b.k. honored the early artistic work with the exhibition "Ulrike Ottinger. Paris Pop," and a detailed catalog. A retrospective of the German director Ulrike Ottinger’s films is coming to Metrograph, starting March 14th (she’ll be in town for it), and her body of work is now adorned with a welcome plus.

The art of Ulrike Ottinger (born ) straddles ethnographic observation and mythological narration. Through a dense network of images from other countries and thematically linked objects and wall pieces, World Images documents an installation that highlights both similarities and distinctions between cultures.

Ulrike Ottinger This book provides a wonderful overview of the photographic work of Ulrike Ottinger (b.Konstanz, Germany) from the s to the present day. Ottinger’s photographic oeuvre includes the extensive visual research conducted in preparation for her films, as.

SinceGerman filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger has created a substantial body of films that explore a world of difference defined by the tension and transfer between settled and nomadic ways of life.

In many of her films, including Exile Shanghai, an experimental documentary about the Jews of Author: Laurence A. Rickels.Ulrike Ottinger here indulges her prime tendencies towards performative spectacle and tableaux in place of action, but here they feel like a natural part of the unfolding film.

Observed ritual (western and eastern, in the film's two parts) as an ambiance to just get lost in for whatever period of time/5().