The American media artist Arnold Dreyblatt has lived primarily in Berlin since 1984 and has been a professor of media art at the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts in Kiel since 2009. He frequently questions private and public collections and archives as »memory keepers« in their function for individual and collective remembering in the context of political systems. In recent works such as Performing the Black Mountain Archive (Hamburger Bahnhof Museum Berlin, 2016) and Protocols of the Future (2018, Kunstmuseum Bern), Arnold Dreyblatt has explored the reactivation of archival materials in the context of innovative approaches to art education.
Arnold Dreyblatt during the presentation of his work at the Live-In Lab, photo: Anne-Marie Franz
Presentation of Arnold Dreyblatt in the Live-In Lab, video of the Institute for Art History of the HHU, project »beuys2021«/»Scultural Democracy« - Editing: project office »beuys2021« and raumlaborberlin.