An evening about animals and ideology. With Ulrich Gebert and Cord Riechelmann.
In german only
From P.T. Barnum’s „Happy Family“ to the Zoo at Buchenwald concentration camp, Ulrich Gebert investigates how animals were put into service for various human ideologies and how the animal functions as a projection screen. Followed by a film screening of Werner Herzog’s „Grizzly Man“.
Ulrich Gebert is an artist based in Munich. His show „A Breed Apart“ is currently on at Klemm’s Gallery, Berlin.
Cord Riechelmann is research biologist, technology writer and author.
Image: Courtesy Archiv der Gedenkstätte Buchenwald