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DIETMAR KIRVES

INTERVIEW WITH ALDO TAMBELLINI

Video | Cambridge/MA 2010 | 26:27 min

PLOT: Aldo speaks about Lower East Side + Rental Prices + March Gallery + Boris Lurie + NO!art + Political Art + Sam Goodman + Stanley Fisher + Jean-Jacques Lebel + Shit Show + Stock Exchange + NO!art antholgy + Screw Performance + Political Poetry + Black and White Films + NO!box + Howl Festival + Poets Against Killing Fields + Reads One Of His Poems ...

ALDO TAMBELLINI: Born 1930 in Syracuse, U.S.A. Mother from Italy. Father from Brazil taken to Italy as a child where he grew up during the World War II. Survived bombing of his neighborhood. Returned to U.S. after the war. He created together with artists and filmmakers an underground-counter-culture in New York in 1959. Video and multimedia pioneer. 1969 he got the International Price of the "Filmfestspiele in Oberhausen", Germany. Created the Black Gate Theatre in New York, the first multimedia theatre. Many poem-publications. Co-operates with black poets and musicians. Lives in Cambridge, MA (USA).   more

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ABOUT THE DOCUMENTARIAN:

DIETMAR KIRVES born 1941 in Fürstenwalde/Spree, Germany. Since 1964 mixed media works with film, photos, music, sculptures and environments. Founded 1970 the ►mediacontact agency in Düsseldorf in collaboration with Jochen Gerz and Terry Fox. Worked with Joseph Beuys, Kraftwerk and Creamcheese events in Duesseldorf. Quitted 1975 the traditional art scene and moved to Wall City Berlin. First meeting with ►Boris Lurie in 1978 for pushing NO!art movement to stronger development. Works since 1999 at the world wide web for continuation the NO!art. Leads the NO!art headquarters east in Berlin together with Clayton Patterson at the NO!art headquarters west in New York. – Lives and works in Berlin-Kreuzberg.  more

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