Performance | Video | Installation | Sculpture

TRIANGLE SERIES: GATE


Performance, Sculpture & Video: Jeannine Jesch, 2016
Production kindly supported by Plattform für junge Kunst
premiere public presentation 2017 at Gallery Bäckerstrasse4, Vienna

Technical requirements:
Projector, Laptop, Sound System
Sculpture (wood, rubber bands, eyelets, metal bracets)


The video (mapping of the performance) 
is available as a limited edition. 




    The Installation “GATE” features an approximately 10-15 mins Video Loop of a performance that was made with the sculpture and is projected onto the triangular object “Gate”.   
    The frame is made of a wooden triangle with a side length of 2,4 meter and a height of about 1,8m. Inside of this frame there is a chaotic net of thumb-broad rubber elastics, about 300m of elastics in total, that work as a  screen for the video installation.
    In the video the artist and performer moves through the sculpture whereas limbs appear and dissapear on the surface. The performance was filmed and is projected onto the sculpture again.
    The sculpture can be screwed to the floor and is thereas able to stand in the midst of a room or can be as well hung at a wall like a picture or installed lying on the floor for the presentation.

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watch video trailer on vimeo



all images © Jeannine Jesch



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 Installation | Sculpture

TRIANGLE SERIES: GRIND


kinetic Sculpture: Jeannine Jesch, 2016
Production kindly supported by Plattform für junge Kunst
premiere public presentation 2019 at Gallery Dessous, Vienna

wooden sculpture 2,4m width | 1,8m height
3D-printed Gears, stepper motor, Arduino
Hand-woven black&white Band




    The kinetic sculpture “GRIND” is driven by a stepper-motor which is audible far before the sculpture is seen. It rotates a hand-woven, black&white band which has the letters WTF written in 8-bit code on it. This band was made during the “urban MSG” Series. The band rotates with a loud and grinding noise slowly turn after turn. It is the only sculpture from the Triangle Series where the “performance” is done by a machine.

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watch video trailer on vimeo



all images © Jeannine Jesch



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Performance | Video | Installation | Sculpture

TRIANGLE SERIES: GHOST



    The Installation “GHOST” features a Video Loop of a performance that was made with the sculpture and is projected onto the triangular object “GHOST”.   
The sculpture is used as a canvas that is spanned with an elastic white fabric. In a video performers are pressing faces and limbs against the fabric from the back while the object is illuminated from the side. This transforms the performers bodies in marble statue-like surfaces that are moving.
In an installation setting the performance film is projected onto the sculpture’s screen. The object can be screwed to the floor and is thereas able to stand in the midst of a room or can be as well hung at a wall like a picture or installed lying on the floor for the presentation.







Jeannine Jesch, 2019
Performer: Lena Kienzer, Jeannine Jesch
Video made at Dockyard Studio, Vienna
premiere public presentation 2019 at Gallery Dessous, Vienna

wooden frame sidelength 2,4m | height 1,8m
fully covered in a white stretchy fabric

Technical requirements:
Projector, Computer, Sound System
Sculpture (wood, fabrik



all images © Jeannine Jesch



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Installation

EINSILBIG



Jeannine Jesch & Wolfgang Oertl , 2012
Projection, programmed in Processing

exhibited at: 
Ragnarhof Vienna, 2012
Gallery Lenikus Vienna, 2014


exhibition at Gallery Lenikus, vienna 2012
left side: installation view of “einsilbig” 
the mirrors to the right are part of a performance by Barbis Ruder

Der Satz "ich weiß nicht mehr als du"
variiert durch die Elemente der
Zeichensetzung (. , ! ? ... und Absatz)
in seiner Intonation und Konnotation.

Installation mit Abfolge der Möglichkeiten die sich dadurch ergeben programmiert in Processing
entstanden in Zusammenarbeit mit Wolfgang Oertl



the sentence "Ich weiß nicht mehr als du" (means "I don't know more than you") is varied through interpunction in its intonation and connotation.

the installation view is showing all the possible variations programmed in processing
produced in collaboration with Wolfgang Oertl




all images © by Jeannine Jesch






Performance | Video | Collaboration

LIZARTRICITY




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Lizartricity, Video/Performance 2010
Schmiede Hallein (schmiede.ca), Austria


Dance/Concept: Jeannine Jesch
Performance/Text: Thomas Mader
Dance: Susan Kempster
Camera: Jan Pronebner
Music/Fotos/Editing: Andreas Fleckl


    Das Video-Projekt entstand im Rahmen des
Cinema Vertigo Labs der Schmiede 2010

    Das Cinema Vertigo ist eine vertikale Video und Interaktive Kunst Plattform mit ungewöhnlichen Maßen. Das klassische Kinoformat 16:9 wird hier um 90° gedreht zu einer vertikalen Leinwand.
Höhe: ~11-15m / Breite: ~3-4 m
Mehr Infomationen unter: cinemavertigo.tv

Das Projekt entstand in Kollaboration mit dem Lyriker Thomas Mader, den Tänzerinnen Jeannine Jesch und Susan Kempster mit Musik von Andreas Fleckl.
Premiere bei der Ausstellung FocusOnInside, Hallein (AT) 2010



  This video/performance has been created during CinemaVertigoLab at Schmiede10.

Cinema Vertigo is a vertical video
and interactive art platform with unusual measures. The classical cinema display is rotated 90° to a vertical screen.
width: ~3-4m / height, ~11-15m.
More info:
cinemavertigo.tv

  The project is collaboration of the poet Thomas Mader, the dancers Jeannine Jesch and Susan Kempster with music by Andreas Fleckl. It was premiered at the exhibition FocusOnInside, Hallein (AT) 2010






all images © by Andreas Fleckl



  
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