Posts Tagged “Mark Ther”

Mark Ther @ SLUM, January 20th

by Travis Jeppesen on January 16, 2010

There will be a screening of Mark Ther’s video work on January 20th at SLUM, the anti-art salon I co-curate with Tennessee Claflin every Wednesday night at Ficken3000, Urbanstr. 70, Berlin. Doors open at 22:00; the screening will start at (…)

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Queer Art in Central Europe: Travis Jeppesen on Mark Ther

by Travis Jeppesen on April 30, 2009

This is a transcription of my recent lecture on Mark Ther at the Sixth Culture for Tolerance Festival in Krakow, Poland. The lecture was adapted from my essay on Mark Ther in Disorientations: Art on the Margins of the “Contemporary” (…)

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Ryan Trecartin at Whitechapel Gallery

by Travis Jeppesen on November 8, 2008

Having sat through so much bad video art in the past, I had until fairly recently come close to giving up on the medium altogether. Lately, however, my prejudices have been dissolving, as a new generation of video artists — (…)

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by Travis Jeppesen on April 11, 2008

HANES, the film that Mark Ther made about my move from Prague to Berlin, can now be viewed in full online. Mark Ther

Four Films by Mark Ther

by Travis Jeppesen on March 27, 2008

1. I Will Get You Out and Chop You Up in Midair (2007) Plants. Flowers. I don’t know the names of any of them. A chair in a garden, an assortment of tools. The chirping birds are so bored, can’t (…)

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Mark Ther’s Television Commercials

by Travis Jeppesen on March 26, 2008

Mark Ther is a Prague-based video artist. These are some of this television commercials. His work is the subject of an essay in my forthcoming book, Disorientations. Tomorrow, I’ll be writing about four of his recent films.