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'''Valie Export''' (born Waltraud Lehner, later Waltraud Höllinger, 1940) is an Austrian artist. Her work includes video installations, body performances, expanded cinema, computer animations, photography, sculptures and publications covering contemporary arts.
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'''Valie Export''' (born Waltraud Lehner, later Waltraud Höllinger, 1940, Linz) is an Austrian artist. Her work includes video installations, body performances, expanded cinema, computer animations, photography, sculptures and publications covering contemporary arts. Valie Export lives in [[Vienna]].
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==Films, videos==
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* ''Splitscreen - Solipsismus'', 1968, 3 min. Expanded film, film installation. XSCREEN, Cologne, 1968.
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* ''[http://ubu.com/film/export_touch.html Tap and Touch Cinema]'', 1968.
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* ''[http://ubu.com/film/export_mann.html Mann & Frau & Animal]'' [Man & Woman & Animal], 1970/1973, 16mm, 12 min, b/w and colour. The Austrian Exhibition, Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh 1973.
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* ''Interrupted Line'', 1971/1972, 16mm, b/w, 9 min. The Austrian Exhibition, Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh 1973.
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* ''[http://ubu.com/film/export_remote.html ...Remote... Remote... Passagen des Erinnerns]'', 1973, 16mm.
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* ''Adjungierte Dislokationen'', 1973, 16mm and Super8, 10 min, b/w, no sound. Festival of independent avant-garde film, National Film Theatre, London, 1973.
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* ''[http://ubu.com/film/export_raumsehen.html Raumsehen und raumhören]'', 1973/1974.
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* ''[http://ubu.com/film/export_invisible.html Unsichtbare Gegner]'' [Invisible Adversaries], 1976, 16mm, 112 min, colour. Feature film. Premiered at Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin, Internationales Forum des Jungen Films, 1977. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invisible_Adversaries]
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* ''Menschenfrauen'', 1979, 16mm, 124 min, colour. Feature film. Premiered at Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin, Internationales Forum des Jungen Films, 1980 .
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* ''[http://ubu.com/film/export_syntagma.html Syntagma]'', 1983, 16 mm, 18 min, colour. Premiered at Viennale - Vienna International Film Festival, 1984.
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* ''Die Praxis der Liebe'' [The Practice of Love], 1984, 35mm, 90 min, colour. Feature film. Premiered at Wettbewerb der 35. Internationalen Filmfestspiele Berlin, 1985. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Practice_of_Love]
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* ''I turn over the pictures of my voice in my head'', 2008, 11'30''.
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[http://web.archive.org/web/20180319135515/www.valieexport.at/en/filmografievideografie/ more]
  
 
==Writings==
 
==Writings==
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==Literature==
 
==Literature==
* Thomas Dreher, [http://dreher.netzliteratur.net/2_Export.pdf "Valie Export/Peter Weibel. Multimedial Feminist Art"], trans. Gerard A. Goodrow and Andreas Fritsch, ''Artefactum'' 46 (Dec 1992-Feb 1993), pp 17-20. {{en}}
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* Anita Prammer, ''Valie Export: eine multimediale Künstlerin'', Wiener Frauenverlag, 1988. {{de}}
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* ''Valie Export'', ed. Peter Assmann, Linz: Oberösterreichische Landesgalerie, 1992. {{de}}
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* Thomas Dreher, [http://dreher.netzliteratur.net/2_Export.pdf "Valie Export/Peter Weibel. Multimedial Feminist Art"], trans. Gerard A. Goodrow and Andreas Fritsch, ''Artefactum'' 46, Dec 1992-Feb 1993, pp 17-20. {{en}}
 
* Roswitha Mueller, [http://monoskop.org/log/?p=10342 ''Valie Export: Fragments of the Imagination''], 1994. {{en}}
 
* Roswitha Mueller, [http://monoskop.org/log/?p=10342 ''Valie Export: Fragments of the Imagination''], 1994. {{en}}
 
* Maren Lübbke, [[Media:Luebbke_Maren_1997_Vienna_is_Different_A_Tour_of_the_City_with_Valie_Export.pdf|"Wien ist anders: eine Stadtfuehrung mit Valie Export / Vienna is Different: A Tour of the City with Valie Export"]], ''Camera Austria'' 57-58, 1997, pp 32-37. {{de}}/{{en}}
 
* Maren Lübbke, [[Media:Luebbke_Maren_1997_Vienna_is_Different_A_Tour_of_the_City_with_Valie_Export.pdf|"Wien ist anders: eine Stadtfuehrung mit Valie Export / Vienna is Different: A Tour of the City with Valie Export"]], ''Camera Austria'' 57-58, 1997, pp 32-37. {{de}}/{{en}}
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* Andrea Zell, ''Valie Export. Inszenierung von Schmerz: Selbstverletzung in den frühen Aktionen'', Berlin: Reimer, 2000. {{de}}
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* Roswitha Mueller, ''Valie Export. Bild-Risse'', Vienna: Passagen, 2002. {{de}}
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* Thomas Trummer (ed.), ''Valie Export. Serien'', Frankfurt am Main: Revolver, 2004. {{de}}
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* ''EXPORT Lexikon. Chronologie der bewegten Bilder bei VALIE EXPORT'', ed. Sylvia Szely, Sonderzahl, 2007. {{de}}
  
 
==Interviews==
 
==Interviews==

Revision as of 19:38, 2 February 2019

Valie Export (born Waltraud Lehner, later Waltraud Höllinger, 1940, Linz) is an Austrian artist. Her work includes video installations, body performances, expanded cinema, computer animations, photography, sculptures and publications covering contemporary arts. Valie Export lives in Vienna.

Films, videos

  • Splitscreen - Solipsismus, 1968, 3 min. Expanded film, film installation. XSCREEN, Cologne, 1968.
  • Tap and Touch Cinema, 1968.
  • Mann & Frau & Animal [Man & Woman & Animal], 1970/1973, 16mm, 12 min, b/w and colour. The Austrian Exhibition, Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh 1973.
  • Interrupted Line, 1971/1972, 16mm, b/w, 9 min. The Austrian Exhibition, Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh 1973.
  • ...Remote... Remote... Passagen des Erinnerns, 1973, 16mm.
  • Adjungierte Dislokationen, 1973, 16mm and Super8, 10 min, b/w, no sound. Festival of independent avant-garde film, National Film Theatre, London, 1973.
  • Raumsehen und raumhören, 1973/1974.
  • Unsichtbare Gegner [Invisible Adversaries], 1976, 16mm, 112 min, colour. Feature film. Premiered at Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin, Internationales Forum des Jungen Films, 1977. [1]
  • Menschenfrauen, 1979, 16mm, 124 min, colour. Feature film. Premiered at Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin, Internationales Forum des Jungen Films, 1980 .
  • Syntagma, 1983, 16 mm, 18 min, colour. Premiered at Viennale - Vienna International Film Festival, 1984.
  • Die Praxis der Liebe [The Practice of Love], 1984, 35mm, 90 min, colour. Feature film. Premiered at Wettbewerb der 35. Internationalen Filmfestspiele Berlin, 1985. [2]
  • I turn over the pictures of my voice in my head, 2008, 11'30.

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Writings

  • "Woman's Art. Manifest zur Ausstellung MAGNA (Arbeitstitel Frauenkunst)", Neues Forum 228 (Jan 1973), p 47. Written Mar 1972. [3]
    • "Woman's Art Manifesto", trans. Resina Haslinger, in Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: A Sourcebook of Artists' Writings, 2nd ed., University of California Press, 2012, pp 869-870. (English)
  • "Aspects of Feminist Actionism", New German Critique 47 (Spring-Summer 1989), pp 69-92. (English)
  • more

Literature

Interviews

Links