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WORKSHOPS FOR CHILDREN AND TEENAGER (GERMAN ONLY)
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LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?
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CURATORIAL & RESEARCH RESIDENCY PROGRAM 2024/25: LOU VON DER HEYDE
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DOUBLE FEATURE: TAREK LAKHRISSI
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KUNSTAKADEMIE DÜSSELDORF X JULIA STOSCHEK FOUNDATION
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UNBOUND: PERFORMANCE AS RUPTURE
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JSC DÜSSELDORF INAUGURATES THE RESEARCH CENTER FOR TIME-BASED MEDIA ART
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JULIA STOSCHEK PRESENTS HER MEDIA ART COLLECTION ONLINE
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Images

LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?

Lynn Hershman Leeson, The Electronic Diaries of Lynn Hershman Leeson 1984–2019, 1984–2019, six-channel video installation, 74′, color, sound. Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, The Electronic Diaries of Lynn Hershman Leeson 1984–2019, 1984–2019, six-channel video installation, 74′, color, sound. Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, The Electronic Diaries of Lynn Hershman Leeson 1984–2019, 1984–2019, six-channel video installation, 74′, color, sound. Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, The Electronic Diaries of Lynn Hershman Leeson 1984–2019, 1984–2019, six-channel video installation, 74′, color, sound. Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, The Electronic Diaries of Lynn Hershman Leeson 1984–2019, 1984–2019. Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, Are Our Eyes Targets?, 1984, Digital print of a video still from the interactive videodisk installation Deep Contact, 1984–89, 102 x 152 cm. Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, Shadow Stalker, 2018–21, video, 10′, color, sound. Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, Seduction of a Cyborg, 1994, video, 7′, color, sound. Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, Paranoid, 1968–2022, mixed-media sculpture; wax cast of artist, glass eyes, synthetic hair, makeup, acrylic, sound, 25.4 x 42 x 42 cm, part of Breathing Machines, 1965–2022. Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, CybeRoberta, 1996, mixed-media installation; custom-made doll, textile, glasses, webcam, surveillance camera, mirror, original programming, telerobotic head-rotating system, approximately 45 x 45 x 20 cm. Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, CybeRoberta, 1996. Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, Reach, 1986, photograph; gelatin silver print, 80 x 61 cm, part of Phantom Limbs, 1985–90. Installation view, LYNN HERSHMAN LEESON: ARE OUR EYES TARGETS?, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, The Electronic Diaries of Lynn Hershman Leeson 1984–2019, 1984–2019, six-channel video installation , 74′, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, The Electronic Diaries of Lynn Hershman Leeson 1984–2019, 1984–2019, six-channel video installation , 74′, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, The Electronic Diaries of Lynn Hershman Leeson 1984–2019, 1984–2019, six-channel video installation , 74′, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, The Electronic Diaries of Lynn Hershman Leeson 1984–2019, 1984–2019, six-channel video installation , 74′, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, The Electronic Diaries of Lynn Hershman Leeson 1984–2019, 1984–2019, six-channel video installation , 74′, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, Reach, 1986, photograph; gelatin silver print, 80 x 61 cm, part of Phantom Limbs, 1985–90.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, Camerawoman, 1990, photograph; digital print, 76.2 x 101.6 cm, part of Phantom Limbs, 1985–1990. Courtesy of the artist, Bridget Donahue and Altman Siegel.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, Shadow Stalker, 2018-2021, video, 10′, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist, Bridget Donahue and Altman Siegel.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, CyberRoberta, 1996, mixed-media installation; custom-made doll, textile, glasses, webcam, surveillance camera, mirror, original programming, and telerobotic head-rotating system, approximately 45 x 45 x 20 cm. Courtesy of Hess Art Collection GmbH, Bolligen, Switzerland.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, Paranoid, 1968-2022, mixed-media sculpture; wax cast of artist, glass eyes, synthetic hair, makeup, sound, acrylic, sound, 25.4 x 42 x 42 cm, part of Breathing Machines, 1965-2022. Courtesy of the artist, Bridget Donahue and Altman Siegel. 


DIGITAL DIARIES

Hannah Perry, SPLIT SECOND, 2015. Installation view, DIGITAL DIARIES, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Jota Mombaça, What Has No Space is Everywhere, 2020-21. Installation view, DIGITAL DIARIES, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Sarah Lucas, Selfish In Bed II, 2000. Installation view, DIGITAL DIARIES, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Left: Sophie Calle, Double Blind, 1992. Right: Hannah Wilke, Intercourse with …, 1977. Installation view, DIGITAL DIARIES, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Frances Stark, Nothing is enough, 2012. Installation view, DIGITAL DIARIES, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Left: Kristin Lucas, Host, 1997. Right: Martine Syms, S(t)even or Act II, 2023. Installation view, DIGITAL DIARIES, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Installation view, DIGITAL DIARIES, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Rindon Johnson, I First you (11/11), 2018. Installation view, DIGITAL DIARIES, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Installation view, DIGITAL DIARIES, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Ken Okiishi, Being and/or Time, 2013–2016. Installation view, DIGITAL DIARIES, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay. © Ken Okiishi; Courtesy of the artist and Pilar Corrias, London.

Tromarama, Deep Pressure, 2023. Installation view, DIGITAL DIARIES, JSF Düsseldorf. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Wolfgang Tillmans, LA still life, 2001, photograph; unframed inkjet print on paper, 138 × 208 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Buchholz, Berlin/Cologne.

Hannah Perry, What are you thinking about, 2015, HD video, 1′34′′, color, sound, part of Hannah Perry, SPLIT SECOND, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Daata, London.

Hannah Perry, aahhhhhh, 2015, HD video, 1′18′′, color, sound, part of Hannah Perry, SPLIT SECOND, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Daata, London.

Jota Mombaça, What Has No Space is Everywhere, 2021, video, 10′19′′, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist.

Jota Mombaça, What Has No Space is Everywhere, 2021, video, 10′19′′, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist.

Sophie Calle, Double Blind, 1992, video, 65′58″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Electronic Arts Intermix, New York.

Sarah Lucas, Selfish In Bed II, 2000, photograph; digital print, 122 × 122 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Sadie Coles HQ, London.

Frances Stark, Nothing is enough, 2012, HD video, 14′, b/w, sound. Installation view, NUMBER SEVEN: ED ATKINS/FRANCES STARK, JSC Düsseldorf. Photo: Simon Vogel, Cologne. Courtesy of the artist and JULIA STOSCHEK FOUNDATION.

Rindon Johnson, I First you (11/11), 2018, HD video, 5′28″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Electronic Arts Intermix, New York.

Kristin Lucas, Host, 1997, video, 7′36″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Electronic Arts Intermix, New York.

Martine Syms, Ate or Act III, 2023, sculpture; custom frame, 101 x 101 x 30 cm, video, 4′52′′, colour, sound. Installation view „Martine Syms – Present Goo“, Sadie Coles HQ, London. Photo: Katie Morrison, © Martine Syms, 2023. Courtesy of the artist and Sadie Coles HQ, London.

Martine Syms, S(t)even or Act II, 2023, sculpture; custom frame, 131 x 131 x 31 cm, video, 2′52′′, colour, sound. Installation view „Martine Syms – Present Goo“, Sadie Coles HQ, London. Photo: Katie Morrison, © Martine Syms, 2023. Courtesy of the artist and Sadie Coles HQ, London.

Tromarama, Deep Pressure, 2023, sculpture; Thera cane, monitors, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artists and DOCUMENT, Chicago.


UNBOUND: PERFORMANCE AS RUPTURE

Akeem Smith, Social Cohesiveness, 2020, three-channel video installation, 32′53″, color, sound. Installation view, UNBOUND, JSF Berlin. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Akeem Smith, Social Cohesiveness, 2020, three-channel video installation, 32′53″, color, sound. Installation view, UNBOUND, JSF Berlin. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Julien Creuzet, installation view, UNBOUND, JSF Berlin. Photo: Alwin Lay.

mandla & Graham Clayton-Chance, as british as a watermelon, 2021, HD video, 28′30′′, color, sound. Installation view, UNBOUND, JSF Berlin. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Pipilotti Rist, (Entlastungen) Pipilottis Fehler, 1988, video, 11′10″, color, sound. Installation view, UNBOUND, JSF Berlin. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Tarek Lakhrissi, Perfume of Traitors III, 2021–23, Mixed-media installation; eight steel chains, eight steel knives, light-filtering green foil, dimensions variable. Installation view, UNBOUND, JSF Berlin. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Senga Nengudi, Masked Taping, 1978–79, photographs; three silver gelatin prints, contact sheet, 104.1 x 253.8 cm. Photos: Adam Avila. Installation view, UNBOUND, JSF Berlin. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Panteha Abareshi, Unlearn the Body, 2021, Super 8 color negative film transferred to video, 4′55′′, color, sound. Installation view, UNBOUND, JSF Berlin. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Sondra Perry, Double Quadruple Etcetera Etcetera I & II, 2013, two-channel video installation, 9′, color, no sound. Installation view, UNBOUND, JSF Berlin. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Left: Sondra Perry, Double Quadruple Etcetera Etcetera I & II, 2013, two-channel video installation, 9′, color, no sound. Right: Mame-Diarra Niang, Qui doit être vu, 2021, photograph; archival pigment print on cotton paper, 100 x 100 cm. Installation view, UNBOUND, JSF Berlin. Photo: Alwin Lay.

P. Staff, Pure Means, 2021, Two-channel HD video, 4′37″, color, sound. Installation view, UNBOUND, JSF Berlin. Photo: Alwin Lay.

Pipilotti Rist, (Entlastungen) Pipilottis Fehler, 1988, video, 11′10″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Electronic Arts Intermix, New York. 

P. Staff, Pure Means, 2021, Two-channel HD video, 4′37″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Commonwealth and Council.

Vaginal Davis, The White to be Angry, 1999, digitized video, 19′22″, b/w, sound. Video still. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin.

Howardena Pindell, Free, White and 21, 1980, U-matic video, 12′15″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Garth Greenan Gallery, New York.

mandla & Graham Clayton-Chance, as british as a watermelon, 2019, HD video, 28′30″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artists. 

Julien Creuzet, Sonjé Yo ? Rappelle-toi d’eux ? En Créole, propose un au-delà aux blessure toujours actuelles de l’histoire coloniale. Non pour les oublier mais pour pallier les manques dont elles sont porteuses, 2023, 4K video animation, 13′30″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and High Art. 

Akeem Smith, Social Cohesiveness, 2020, three-channel video installation, 32′53″, color, sound. Score: Ashland Mines. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Heidi gallery. 

Sondra Perry, Double Quadruple Etcetera Etcetera I & II, 2013, two-channel video installation, 9′, color, no sound. Performers: Danny Giles, Joiri Minaya. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Bridget Donahue.

Peter Campus, Three Transitions, 1973, video, 4′53″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Cristin Tierney, New York.

VALIE EXPORT, Körperkonfiguration, 1982, photograph; silver gelatin print, 119.5 × 180 cm. © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2023. Courtesy of the artist and Charim Galerie, Wien. 

Patty Chang, Shaved (At A Loss), 1998, video, 5′19″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist. 

Pope.L, A.T.M. Piece, 1997, video, 1′52″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Mitchell Innes & Nash, New York. 


DOUBLE FEATURE: TAREK LAKHRISSI

Tarek Lakhrissi, Hard to Love, 2017, video, 4′57″, b/w, sound. Installation view, DOUBLE FEATURE: TAREK LAKHRISSI, JSF Berlin. Photo: Robert Hamacher.

Tarek Lakhrissi, Spiraling, 2021, video, 7′00″, color, sound. Installation view, DOUBLE FEATURE: TAREK LAKHRISSI, JSF Berlin. Photo: Robert Hamacher.

Tarek Lakhrissi, Bright Heart, 2023, video, 14′08″, color, sound. Installation view, DOUBLE FEATURE: TAREK LAKHRISSI, JSF Berlin. Photo: Robert Hamacher.

Tarek Lakhrissi, Bright Heart, 2023, video, 14′08″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and gallery Allen, Paris

Tarek Lakhrissi, Spiraling, 2021, video, 7′, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and gallery Allen, Paris


JSF Research Room

JSC Düsseldorf, Research Center. Photo: Şirin Şimşek.

JSC Düsseldorf, Reference Library of the Research Center. Photo: Şirin Şimşek.


JSC ONLINE: A selection of works viewable online

Media Art Collection of Julia Stoschek online

Peter Fischli & David Weiss, Büsi, 2001, video, 6′30″, color, no sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artists.

Tobias Zielony, Maskirovka, 2017, HD video, stop motion, 8′46″, color, no sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and KOW, Berlin/Madrid.

Lutz Mommartz, Soziale Plastik, 1969, 16mm film transferred to video, 11′41″, b/w, no sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist.

Barbara Hammer, X, 1975, 16mm film transferred to video, 7′04″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the Estate of Barbara Hammer and KOW, Berlin/Madrid.

Jen DeNike, Girls like me, 2006, video, 6′, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Anat Ebgi Gallery, Los Angeles.

Wolfgang Tillmans, Heartbeat/Armpit, 2003, video, 2′27″, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artist.

Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, It’s the Mother, 2008, video, 6′, color, sound. Video still. Courtesy of the artists and Gió Marconi, Milan.


Julia Stoschek

Julia Stoschek, Photo: Gordon Welters.

Julia Stoschek, Photo: Gordon Welters.

Julia Stoschek, Photo: Şirin Şimşek. [CC BY-NC-ND]

Julia Stoschek, Photo: Şirin Şimşek. [CC BY-NC-ND]

Julia Stoschek, Photo: Peter Rigaud. [CC BY-NC-ND]

Julia Stoschek, Photo: Peter Rigaud. [CC BY-NC-ND]

Julia Stoschek, Photo: Peter Rigaud. [CC BY-NC-ND]


Architecture JSF Düsseldorf

Julia Stoschek Foundation Düsseldorf, Photo: Ulrich Schwarz.

Installation view, GENERATION LOSS, JSF Düsseldorf, first floor. Photo: Simon Vogel, Cologne.

Julia Stoschek Foundation Düsseldorf. Photo: Ulrich Schwarz

Julia Stoschek Foundation Düsseldorf. Photo: Ulrich Schwarz.

Julia Stoschek Foundation Düsseldorf, Erdgeschoss. Photo: Şirin Şimşek, Cologne.

Julia Stoschek Foundation Düsseldorf, first floor. Photo: Şirin Şimşek, Cologne.


Architecture JSF Berlin

Julia Stoschek Foundation Berlin. Photo: Robert Hamacher.

Julia Stoschek Foundation Berlin. Photo: Robert Hamacher.

JSF Berlin, foyer, ground floor. Photo: Robert Hamacher, Berlin.

JSF Berlin, foyer, ground floor. Photo: Robert Hamacher, Berlin.

JSF Berlin, foyer, ground floor. Photo: Robert Hamacher, Berlin.

JSF Berlin, foyer, first floor. Photo: Robert Hamacher, Berlin.

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