Contemporary video art in the Baroque Schlüter Courtyard
Filmmaker Zara Zandieh is a true Berlin native-born, raised, and resident of the capital. The stories Zandieh tells present a de-colonial queer viewpoint, weaving complexities and multi-layered representations of post-migrant and marginalised subjects into a poetic narrative. Zandieh’s work has garnered multiple nominations at the London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival BFI Flare, the Helsinki International Film Festival, the Edinburgh International Film Festival, Queer Lisboa and DOK Leipzig.
Sucuk und Bratwurst is an artistic and creative studio founded in 2014 by Alessandro Belliero, David Gönner, Denis Olgac and Lukas Olgac. Their work focuses on images created with 3D computer graphics (Computer Generated Imagery/CGI) that challenge the relationship between reality and fantasy. Their clients include Alexander Wang, Rimowa, Moncler, Lena Meyer-Landrut, Post Malone and Dua Lipa. Their recent contributions to exhibitions at Ruttkowski68 and KÖNIG GALERIE have also gained plaudits.
Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese is a filmmaker and visual artist from Lesotho. His first film Mother, I am Suffocating. This is My Last Film About You was awarded six prizes at the Final Cut in Venice. With his second feature film This Is Not A Burial, It’s A Resurrection Mosese was selected as one of three filmmakers for the Biennale College Cinema. This Is Not A Burial was shown at numerous film festivals, winning several prizes, including the Special Jury Award for Visionary Filmmaking at the Sundance Film Festival 2020.