Ruth Geiersberger & Severin Vogl

Jul — Nov 20

urban space Munich

In the background is a cornfield against a cloudy sky. In front of it is a white metal bench with red cushions, on which sits a blonde woman in a black dress and yellow tights.

Bankerl, 2020 © Foto: Severin Vogl

A film project by Severin Vogl with performance artist Ruth Geiersberger asks people from Munich about living together in our society.

A real conversation, a profound discussion can only succeed if you really listen. Munich-based performance artist Ruth Geiersberger travels around Munich and the surrounding area with her bench to find out how people want to live together: What is important to them, what values and positions move them? Her interviews with passers-by in public spaces offer insights into individual life situations and at the same time provide a picture of the mood of our time.

Filmmaker Severin Vogl uses these encounters to create an artistic film about living together in our society. The film will be shown on the façade of the State Museum of Egyptian Art on 11 and 12 November 2020.

Ruth Geiersberger, born in 1957, lives and works in Munich. Severin Vogl, born in 1982, lives and works in Munich.

Trailer for the film “Bankerl

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Trailer Bankerl

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