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Never ending stories : the loop in art, film, architecture, music, literature, and cultural history
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Title Statement
  • Never ending stories : the loop in art, film, architecture, music, literature, and cultural history
Varying Form of Title
  • Neverending stories
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • Berlin, Germany : Hatje Cantz ; Wolfsburg, Germany : Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, [2017] ©2017
  • 2017
  • Språk: Engelska.
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Edition Statement
  • English edition.
Physical Description
  • 360 pages illustrations (chiefly color), facsimiles, portraits, photographs 31 cm
General Note
  • Published in conjunction with the exhibition held at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, October 29, 2017 - February 18, 2018.
  • Artists: Adel Abdessemed, Abramović/Ulay, Francis Alÿs, Rosa Barba, Robert Barta, Thomas Bayrle, Max Beckmann, Joseph Beuys, Michel Blazy, Étienne-Louis Boullée, Marcel Broodthaers, Philip Corner, Julio Cortázar, Attila Csörgő, Salvador Dalí, Wim Delvoye, Jan Dibbets, Marcel Duchamp, Thomas A. Edison, Maurits Cornelis Escher, Juan Esteban Fassio, Omer Fast, León Ferrari, Sandra Filic, Robert Filliou, Fischli/Weiss, Robert Fludd, Frank B. Gilbreth, Douglas Gordon, Rodney Graham, Max Grau, Anton Henning, Seikô Hirata, James Joyce, William Kentridge, Athanasius Kircher, Ragnar Kjartansson, Kraftwerk, Yayoi Kusama, Stanley Kubrick, Claude-Nicolas Ledoux, Tim Lewis, Sarah Lucas, Guillaume de Machaut, Michael Maier, Matthäus Merian the Elder, Robert Müller, Juan Muñoz, Eadweard Muybridge, Bruce Nauman, OMA, Nam June Paik, Giambattista della Porta, Barbara Probst, Markus Raetz, Bridget Riley, Peter Roehr, Raymond Roussel, Erik Satie, Markus Schinwald, Gregor Schneider, Richard Serra, Shunsô Shôjû, Nedko Solakov, Daniel Spoerri, Gertrude Stein, Donna Summer, Roland Topor, Salla Tykkä, Günther Uecker, Andy Warhol, and many more.
  • Contributors: Aleida Assmann, Jan Assmann, Ralf Beil, Claudia Dillmann, Stefan Fricke, Joachim Kalka, Stefan Klein, Peter Sloterdijk.
  • Also published in a German edition under the title: Der Loop in Kunst, Film, Architektur, Musik, Literatur und Kulturgeschichte.
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
  • Preface: A loop seldom comes alone / Ralf Beil -- The creation of time / Plato -- Squared infinity: A brief history of the loop in art, film, architecture, music, literature, and cultural history / Ralf Beil -- Ouroboros: the ancient egyptian myth of the journey of the sun / Ralf Beil -- the wheel of being / Friedrich Nietzsche -- Border crossings: the circle as a concept of infinity / Aleida Assmann -- The wheel of becoming / Stephanie Lovász -- On the endless melody of existence: A caprice on several neoplatonic motifs / Peter Sloterdijk -- A cenotaph for Newton / Étienne-Louis Boullée -- Infinity, bottomless: On the aesthetic of the loop and the infinite loop in architecture / Niklas MAak -- At midnight hour / Johann Wolfgang von Goethe -- "Le spectre en plain jour" : Notes on loops in narration / Joachim Kalka -- Continuity of parks / Julio Cortázar -- Disturbing, healing, controllable: the loop in dream and trauma / Stefan Klein -- "Play it again": On the joy of repetition of the moving image / Claudia Dillmann -- The whole world / Michael Schultze -- Loop machinists: Nam June Paik, Bruce Nauman, Rodney Graham / Michael Glasmeier -- Never ending = Never ending: on repetitive structures, infinite loops, and variations in film and video art / Franziska Stöhr -- Inside the memory machine: Musical components of the loop / Peter Kraut -- Song from the future / Simon Reynolds -- Autobahn / Kraftwerk -- Kaleidoscopic static: on the eternal recurrence in entertainment / Norbert Bolz -- "Never-ending stories": on structures commonly shared by scientific and spiritual seeking.
Summary, etc
  • "In today's world, the loop seems to be virtually ubiquitous--whether in music, on the internet, in video art, or in hotel lobbies and living rooms, where monitors present the endless crackling of an open fire or fish swim around in aquariums. At the same time, the self-contained circuit, the endless loop, has been an essential topos of cultural history and philosophy since antiquity. With "Never-Ending Stories", the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg presents, for the first time worldwide, a formally and thematically, as well as spatially and temporally wide-ranging research project dedicated to the interdisciplinary phenomenon of the endless loop in art, film, architecture, music, literature and cultural history."--Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg website (https://www.kunstmuseum-wolfsburg.de/exhibitions/never-ending-stories-the-loop-in-art-film-architecture-music-literature-and-cultural-history).
Language Note
  • Text in English, translated from the German.
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  • Germany Berlin Berlin.
  • Germany Lower Saxony Wolfsburg.
ISBN
  • 9783775743655
  • 3775743650
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The loop is omnipresent-whether in music and video art, or hotel lobbies and living rooms, where flickering flames or aquariums with ceaselessly darting fish run continually on monitors. At the same time, the self-contained circuit, the endless loop, has been a theme in the fields of cultural history, alchemy, religion, and philosophy since classical antiquity, at the latest. With Never Ending Stories, the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg presents the first extensive examination of the loop phenomenon in art, film, architecture, music, literature, and cultural history, taking a comprehensive interdisciplinary look at the subject as regards time and place as well as form and content.?The exhibition will be accompanied by an extensive scholarly catalogue edited by Ralf Beil, which will shed light on this multifaceted theme, examining it from the aspects of science, literature, and creativity. Featuring thirteen essays, numerous original sources, and more than three hundred illustrations, this catalogue is a foundational work that revolves persistently around its theme, constantly opening up new and surprising perspectives and insights.With works by:Adel Abdessemed, Abramovic/Ulay, Francis Alÿs, Robert Barta, Thomas Bayrle, Max Beckmann, Joseph Beuys, Michel Blazy, Etienne-Louis Boullée, Marcel Broodthaers, Julio Cortázar, Salvador Dalí, Marcel Duchamp, Thomas A. Edison, Omer Fast, Léon Ferrari, Sandra Filic, Robert Filiou, Fischli/Weiss, Robert Fludd, Douglas Gordon, Rodney Graham, Max Grau, Anton Henning, Seikô Hirata, James Joyce, William Kentridge, Athanasius Kircher, Ragnar Kjartansson, Kraftwerk, Yayoi Kusama, Stanley Kubrick, Robert Müller, Juan Muñoz, Eadweard Muybridge, Bruce Nauman, Markus Raetz, Bridget Riley, Peter Roehr, Raymond Roussel, Gregor Schneider, Richard Serra, Schunsô Shôju, Nedko Solakov, Daniel Spoerri, Gertrude Stein, Roland Topor, Salla Tykkä, Günther Uecker, Andy Warhol et al.

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