Drill

Hito Steyerl
June 20 – July 21, 2019
Drill, 2019
3 channel HD video (color, sound), environment
Installation dimensions variable
Duration: 21:12 min
 
Photo © James Ewing
The Tower, 2015
Three-channel high-definition video installation, environment and sound
Duration: 6:55 min
 
Photo © James Ewing
The City of Broken Windows, 2018
Two-channel video (HD, colour, sound), wooden easels, vinyl sticker, panel painting (environment)
Variable dimensions
 
Photo © James Ewing
ExtraSpaceCraft, 2016
Three-channel HD video, environment
Duration: 12:30 min
 
Photo © James Ewing
Hell Yeah We Fuck Die, 2016
Video installation, environment
Hell Yeah We Fuck Die: Three-channel HD video file: 4:35 min
Robots Today: Single channel HD video file: 8:02 min
 
Photo © James Ewing
FreePlots, 2019
3 custom-built wooden planters (pine and birch wood), plant grow bags, Hibiscus plants, 3 custom-built UV grow lamps (Alu-Dibond, Plexiglas, LED plant grow lights), sound installation
Installation dimensions variable
Planters: 75 x 210 x 110 cm, 75 x 160 x 110 cm and 75 x 305 x 70 cm approx. (3 parts)
Lamps: 10 x 210 x 110 cm, 10 x 160 x 110 cm and 10 x 305 x 70 cm approx. (3 parts)
Sound duration: 12:15 minutes
 
Photo © James Ewing

Drill

Hito Steyerl
Park Avenue Armory, New York
June 20 – July 21, 2019
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This summer, Hito Steyerl reveals her most recent installation in the U.S. to date, commissioned by the Armory and curated by Park Avenue Armory’s visual arts curator Tom Eccles. Steyerl utilizes both the Wade Thompson Drill Hall and historic interiors of the building in mounting both pre-existing works as well as new projects commissioned by the Armory in her ongoing illumination of the world’s power structures, inequalities, obscurities, and delights. When viewed collectively, this material allows the viewer to zoom in on and out from some of the most complex and pressing issues of our time.

 

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