Michaela Mandel, AT 2007, Beta SP, 3´54´´
A liver sausage is invited for dinner by a blood sausage and only barely escapes being killed.
Ina Loizl, AT 2007, DVD, 2´00´´
So what are our brains thinking anyway? Thought processes are made visible. The cerebral machinery of the FRISCHZELLEN creative collective.
Karo Szmit, Clemens Kogler, AT 2006, Beta SP, 3´57´´
An exploration of the philosophical potential of Powerpoint culture. A veritable association chain massacre of charts and tables.
Andrea Lüth, AT 2007, DVD, 5´08´´
“You are so fucking special, but we are much more special. We are a walking piece of art.” (Krafftmalerei)
Janina Arendt, AT/DE 2007, Beta SP, 2´52´´
A study inspired by the lightness of a daydream.
Kristina Sumper, Monika Reichmann, AT/ES 2007, Beta SP, 4´29´´
In this photographic animation shadows multiply to form an unreal world, independent of their origins.
Marlies Pöschl, AT 2006, Beta SP, 6´12´´
Four love stories in only six minutes, a happy ending and everything you ever wanted to know about good behaviour.
Johanna Freise, Daniel Suljic, AT/DE 2007, 35mm, 9´03´´
The (almost) black-and-white inner world of a young woman, from a fortune-teller to travels in space to a tango at the end.
Veronika Schubert, Tina Rhomberger, AT 2007, Beta SP, 1´50´´
Hands drawn in outline pursue an activity that only gradually becomes clear.
Franka Wurzer, AT 2007, Beta SP, 4´28´´
The protagonist’s Kafkaesque, never-ending transformation into an antagonist culminates in disintegration.
Miriam Baker, Michael Kren, AT 2007, Beta SP, 4´50´´
Brought to life by music, figures from paintings by Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Bruegel set out on a journey together.
Teresa Präauer, AT 2007, DVD, 1´15´´
A typology of one single face “in a thousand pictures …”
Gunda Gruber, AT 2006/07, Beta SP, 2´20´´
A housewife is caught in the constant cycle of forever increasing housework.
Renate Egger, AT 2007, Beta SP, 4´54´´
What happens if a woman takes the saying “Speech is silver, silence is golden” too literally?
Anna-Maria Jung, AT/GB 2006, Beta SP, 1´30´´
Johnny B simply adores shoes. Small wonder that his job interview at a shoe factory gets out of hand.
Agnes Miesenberger, AT 2007, 2'00"
Do we still have to wait to get a fur coat as a present? Or are we able to obtain this piece of glamour ourselves?