Frédéric Moser & Philippe Schwinger


THE SYSTEM CAN BE SOMEWHAT CONFUSING: The new Düsseldorf gallery called Horten has taken to wandering through the city's other galleries, its exhibitions camping out in a stranger's rooms, as it were, for a weekend each. The producer-gallerists Alexandra Hopf and Bernd Ruzicska call this series “Out”—a way of stepping out of their own space and into existing structures. The second “Out” exhibition took place in the gallery institut. The show then in progress there was cleared out and the space given over to three video projectors. Horten presents: Frédéric Moser & Philippe Schwinger.

In their films, these two young Swiss artists—like Sam Taylor-Wood and Shirin Neshat, among others—screen multiple images simultaneously. As a result, each viewer sees a different sequence of shots and viewpoints, and everyone “edits” a different version of the film. The three projections Moser

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