As part of the exhibition „Ich brauche wenig Wirklichkeit (I rarely need reality)“ by Nina Hoffmann, we are showing The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema at the suggestion of the artist – a foray through classics of film history from an unusual perspective. Using key scenes from well-known works by Lynch, Hitchcock, etc., the Slovenian philosopher and psychoanalyst Slavoj Zizek creates astonishing links between the workings of film and the nature of human consciousness.
“The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema offers an introduction into some of Zizek’s most exciting ideas on fantasy, reality, sexuality, subjectivity, desire, materiality and cinematic form. (www.thepervertsguide.com) – topics around which the GAK exhibition “Ich brauche wenig Wirklichkeit (I rarely need reality)” by Nina Hoffmann also revolves.
Film night to the exhibition “Nina Hoffmann. Ich brauche wenig Wirklichkeit (I rarely need reality)“.
Sophie Fiennes: The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema, 2006
50 min., music by Brian Eno
(English with German subtitles)