The eight-minute short film «Brother, move on» documents the taxi driving of the Indian woman Geeta, who offers the service „For Women By Women" in the city of Delhi. That way she enables other women to move freely. Antshi von Moos was represented with her film at numerous film festivals, for example in Berlin, Solothurn, Odense and Bristol.
- «Best Swiss Made», shnit Worldwide Shortfilmfestival, Bern, Switzerland, 2019
- Special Mention «Best Documentary Shorts», Palm Springs International ShortFest, Palm Springs, USA, 2019
Students of the Bachelor of Arts «Trends & Identity» from the Zurich University of the Arts visited the Children’s Hospital Zurich. They analyzed the connection between art and illness using James Turrell’s «My Light» as an example in the «Chronic Pain» module, led by Swiss artist Johannes Willi.
The handover of the art in construction project by Lorenz Olivier Schmid will take place on 3 November 2018 at 11 a.m. at the Rütihof school area in Baden. The bird-call whistles, which will be given as a gift to every school graduate, are ready. In addition, a publication by Carole Kambli will be published by Vexer Verlag.
Antshi von Moos works mainly with video. However, the collage offers her a medium in which she can live through the artistic process in a direct way. At the restaurant 50zu5 she exhibits, amongst other works, a series of collages, inspired by the poses of fashion magazine models. The landscape postcards, into which she inserts cut-out arms or legs, form a contrast to the images from fashion magazines.
Swiss television program Kulturplatz shows the light installation of James Turrell at the Children’s Hospital in Zurich. «My Light» has been developed in cooperation with Häusler Contemporary and is being overseen by König Büro.
The opening of the light installation «My Light» by James Turrell will take place at the Children’s Hospital Zurich this Wednesday at 6 p.m. We are looking forward to welcoming visitors thereupon on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.