Edmund Kuppel: Projections 1970–2010
Exhibition view Edmund Kuppel
Sprawling Visual Fields
Sat, March 19, 2011 - Sun, May 15, 2011

Edmund Kuppel is among the most important pioneers of media art in Germany, whose critique of the media world serves as a model for a reflective medial perception. Today, the question as to the reality and credibility in the images of the new media is more relevant than ever. Which picture is true; what is untrue about and in the picture? Media artist, Edmund Kuppel, poses a further question: what is there about our perception which is true?<br />
The exhibition, »Projections 1970–2010. Sprawling Visual Fields« (March 19–May 15, 2011), at the ZKM | Media Museum shows a selection of Edmund Kuppel’s most important works of the foregoing forty years. His perspective, which understands the media not as picture or illustration machines, but as space/time machines, gives his work contemporary relevance. The works clearly illustrate not only the way in which our perception functions, but also how the media systems construct our reality.

Credits
Exhibitions team

Martin Häberle (technical project management)<br />Regina Linder (project management)<br />

Organization / Institution
ZKM | Medienmuseum
Sponsors

Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Württemberg ; Stadt Karlsruhe

Contributors