FILE Sao Paulo 2022 | Anima+
Electronic Language International Festival
When you say ’something is tipping over’, the moment between stillness and fall is being addressed, whereas falling is the more likely option: “Kip•pen” is dealing with the current society’s feeling of dramatic negative changes in various political and climatic issues. The tilting movement finds its analogy in using so called “ambiguous figures“ which irritate the spectator’s perception while unfolding an abstract narration about shift of power along with shift of meaning.
Lilian Robl (*1990) completed her studies of Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and at Erg in Brussels. She took part in numerous both domestic as well as international exhibitions and screenings, e.g. European Animation Center, Athens; Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich; weisser elefant, Berlin; Kunstverein München; she also recieved fundings and prizes (e.g. sponsorship award psychoanalytic seminar Zurich; AIR at RIFT London; AIR at Institute for Advanced Study Delmenhorst).