Nin Brudermann

 

Clash of Giants’

 

4K video with sound, 14min, edition of 5, 2019
 

‘Clash of Giants’ releases unpublished historical documents on a 100 year old cold case of high level espionage that crushed the international intelligence system by mistrust and lies, and threw the world into a state of interregnum. The time is 100 years ago, or today. 

 

Nin Brudermann is an Austrian-American artist, living in New York, where she came as a participant in the International Studio Artist Program at MoMA PS1, NY. Her mixed-media works have garnered attention as narrative investigations, where an ambiguity exists between the real and the super-real. With her it is important to open the realm of possibilities, in the detective genre of the Whodunit. She works in a variety of media, including direction of standalone film and video works.


Nin Brudermann has exhibited her work at MoMA PS1, Brooklyn Museum, Venice Biennale, Arhus Kunsthal (DK), Futura (CZ), Kunstraum Dornbirn (A), Kunsthalle Krems and Kunsthalle Wien (A), Haus der Kunst Munich, National Centre for Contemporary Arts (RU). Her artist monograph ‘nb’, published by Verlag für moderne Kunst is distributed in the US by Artbook/D.A.P.. Her film work has been presented at Brooklyn International Film festival New York, Independent Film- and Video festival New York, ’Not enough TV’ Moving Art Studio Brussels, OVNI Muestra de Video Independiente Barcelona, ‘Armaggedon Now!’, Kino Loge Winterthur, ’Circles of Confusion’ Independent Film Network Berlin.