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KRABBESHOLM HØJSKOLE AT ART BASEL

Krabbesholm Højskole has been invited to ART | 42 | BASEL | 15.-19.06. 2011
Krabbesholm is participating at Art Unlimited with the work of American video artist Michel Auder Dinner Is Served, a video installation made by the artist in 2010 for his solo exhibition in Krabbesholm's Four Boxes Gallery.
Through the last 12 years Michel Auder has regularly visited Krabbesholm Højskole, and his work Dinner Is Served draws inspiration from the remote landscape of the Danish coast and the country's pagan past, when witches were burned at the solstice holiday. At the heart of the installation is a curving wall which is suggestive of a ship that has run aground; the wall is pierced by raw wooden posts, seven meters long. Thirteen monitors, lashed to the poles, transmit layers of translucent footage juxtaposing the elements – fire, water, earth, wind, and sky – with the creatures that populate them. Sensuous and absurd associations are conjured up in a loosely woven structure echoed by the web of timber poles and sailing rope.
MICHEL AUDER: Michel Auder is a pioneer in the field of video art. He was born in 1944 in Soissons, France and started to make films when he was 18, inspired by Jean-Luc Godard and Andy Warhol. In 1970 Auder moved to New York where he met Andy Warhol and married Viva, one of Warhol's superstars.
Auder's poetic approach is rooted in an enduring fascination with the ordinary. The imagery of Dinner Is Served is culled from recent video shoots done at Krabbesholm Højskole, but also from his archive material spanning the last 40 years, during which he has slipped into a variety of roles: silent participant, discreet accomplice or simple observer.
In connection with the exhibition Krabbesholm has published a book with reproductions of Michel Auder's recent works and texts by author and curator Michelle Cotton and French filmmaker Brigitte Cornand.