Part of the Julia Stoschek Collection made available online

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Jon Rafman, Betamale Trilogy (Glass Cabin), 2015, mixed-media installation; HD video projector, steel panels, tempered glass, 3 HD videos, 20′42″, color, sound. Installation view, WELT AM DRAHT, JSC Berlin. Photo: Simon Vogel, Cologne. Courtesy of the artist and JULIA STOSCHEK FOUNDATION.
Consisting of: 
Jon Rafman, Still Life (Betamale), 2013, HD video, 4’54’’, color, sound
Jon Rafman, Mainsqueeze, 2014, HD video, 7’23’’, color, sound
Jon Rafman, Erysichthon, 2015, HD video, 8’03’’, color, sound

As of now you have the opportunity to stream part of the Julia Stoschek Collection online. The online collection catalogue offers the opportunity to research and view over 860 works by more than 255 artists. Over the next months, videos and films will be continually uploaded and made accessible online. They are accompanied by explanatory texts about the works.

Currently, works by Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme, John Bock, Keren Cytter, Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, Cao Fei, Manuel Graf, Barbara Hammer, Lutz Mommartz, Jon Rafman, Elizabeth Price, Wolfgang Tillmans, and Tobias Zielony are already available online.

JSC’s long-term goal is to make the entire collection available online, thus creating a platform for time-based art that supports the accessibility and engagement of time-based art.

SEE COLLECTION HERE

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via  Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf / Berlin
Featured image: Jon Rafman, Betamale Trilogy (Glass Cabin), 2015, mixed-media installation; HD video projector, steel panels, tempered glass, 3 HD videos, 20′42″, color, sound. Installation view, WELT AM DRAHT, JSC Berlin. Photo: Simon Vogel, Cologne. Courtesy of the artist and JULIA STOSCHEK FOUNDATION.