On the occasion of JOSEPH BEUYS’ 100TH BIRTHDAY!
Joseph Beuys, the man with the hat, the felt and the ‘fat corner’. Thirty years after his death he feels like a visionary who was, and still is, ahead of his time.
From previously unpublished audio and video footage Veiel creates an associative, porous portrait which, like the artist himself, opens up spaces for ideas rather than proclaiming statements. Beuys boxes, chats, lectures, explains art to a dead hare and asks: ‘Do you want to instigate a revolution without laughter?’ But we also experience the man, the teacher and the Green Party candidate.
The documentary presented in competition at the Berlinale 2017 and honoured with the German Film Award in two categories (Best Documentary, Best Editing) is offered for streaming by the Goethe-Institut Bordeaux in cooperation with the Bakery Art Gallery.
The film will be available online on May 11 and 12 (48h). Sign up for free by mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information on the streaming offer: https://www.goethe.de/ins/fr/fr/sta/bor/ver.cfm?fuseaction=events.detail&event_id=22163570
Official film web site (in German): http://www.beuys-der-film.de/index.php