1. exhibition
      19 – 20 March 2010

      To navigate, in a genuine way... (film screening)

      Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven
    2. At From Dusk Till Dawn, the final episode of Edition III – Masquerade in the Van Abbemuseum on 19 and 20 March 2010, Joachim Koester presented his film To navigate, in a genuine way, in the unknown necessitates an attitude of daring, but not one of recklessness (movements generated from the Magical Passes of Carlos Castaneda). For this work, Koester generated routines with a mime player built on Castanedas’ so-called magical passes and tensegrity system.

      Koester also presented the new video Demonology (2010). This very recent film is based on the quasipsychedelic drawings from a so-called ‘demonwall’ located in a Norwegian church dated 1620. From a distance, the drawings look like a solid black square but as one moves closer one can vaguely begin to discern different figures. It is a hidden world that is only exposed briefly in the corner of the eye. Similarly to how the demonic is linked to the shadows, the person looking at the film has to search in the dark after figures that give form to the invisible.

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