„HORN? That’s where people have to go now?“ ,someone from a larger German documentary film Festival once said to me. Horn is the sixth part of hamburg’s city and always seemed pretty normal to me….
GO: Marian Mayland
During his research for a filmic piece, Marian Mayland (*1988 in Bocholt) works with the different extents of inheritance. RuhrResidence leads him back to his former place of residence in Hamburg’s Horn district. Horn is known as one of the poorer districts of Hamburg and is situated in a triangle of high and freeways. There, Mayland looks at the unplanned plant growth along the highways and the district’s flower shops. This, partly biographical, piece touches on a wide array of topics: genetics and the psyche, family histories and class, depression and gender.
–> Marian Mayland’s Website
When you watch a film, you should be experiencing simultaneously a maximum of pleasure and a maximum of revulsion about life. Jean-Marie Straub Kunstverein in Hamburg: Klassenverhältnisse / phantoms of perception bis 27. Januar 2019…