LIFE IN A SCOTCH KITCHEN : don’t forget the north
Ce programme de Douglas Gordon a été crée à l’invitation de websynradio et diffusé une première fois par La Radio Parfaite du Festival Printemps des Arts de Monte Carlo.
Tel un cutlet sandwich, selon l’expression de l’artiste, voici dans le désordre les sons écossais qui le composent :
ivor cutler – women of the world
teenage fan club – metal baby
primal scream – velocity girl
travis – all i wanna do is rock
altered images – don’t talk to me about love
simple minds – new gold dream
orange juice – felicity
mogwai – glasgow mega snake
aztec camera – walk out to winter
bmx bandits – E102
arab strap – packs of three
the baselines – jesus don’t want me for a sunbeam
the pastels – truck train tractor
texas – say what you want (MOST IMPORTANT !!!! mix with METHOD MAN)
king creosote – your young voice
garbage – androgyny
chicks on speed with douglas gordon – art rules
jesus and mary chain – some candy talking
errors – super tribe
ivor cutler – women of the world
Première écoute : à partir du jeudi 11 octobre 20h jusqu’au 24 octobre 2018 même horaire.
Douglas Gordon est un artiste contemporain écossais. Il vit et travaille à Glasgow (Écosse) où il est né en 1966. Connu surtout comme un artiste vidéo, Douglas Gordon utilise des formes variées d’expression: projections vidéos, photographies, installations et textes muraux.
“Il est sans doute l’un des artistes qui rejette le plus vigoureusement la notion de style personnel. Il travaille sur l’appropriation d’images qu’il détourne, met en scène dans un contexte différent.” Dans cette optique les expositions deviennent l’élément essentiel de l’expression de l’artiste.
Douglas Gordon est lauréat de nombreux prix internationaux.
Douglas Gordon was born in Glasgow in 1966. After receiving a B.A. at the Glasgow School of Art from 1984 to 1988, Gordon undertook a post-graduate program at the Slade School of Art in London from 1988 to 1990.
Gordon has had major solo exhibitions at Tate Liverpool (2000), Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (2001), The Hayward Gallery, London (2002) and Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (2003). In 2005, he curated The Vanity of Allegory, an exhibition at the Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin and released the film Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait. Further solo exhibitions include Superhumanatural at the National Gallery of Scotland (2007), Between Darkness and Light at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg (2007), and Timeline at MoMA, New York (2006), Lambert Collection, and the Palais des Papes, Avignon (July 2008), DOX, Prague (June 2009), Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich (August 2009), DVIR Gallery, Tel Aviv (September 2009), and Art and the
Sublime at the TATE Britain, London (March 2010), Gagosian Gallery, London (February 2011), Yvon Lambert, Paris (April 2011), MMK, Frankfurt (November 2011) and MOCA, Los Angeles (2012). His work Henry Rebel was shown at the 43 Basel Art Unlimited, Basel. Solo shows in 2012 included the Akademie der Deutschen Künste, Berlin and Gagosian Gallery, New York. In 2013 Douglas Gordon had solo exhibitions at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv and Blain Southern, Berlin, Galerie Eva Presenhuber in Zürich and Museum Folkwang, Essen. In 2014 Gordon has had a solo show at ACCA, Melbourne. In December 2014 Douglas Gordon and pianist Hélène Grimaud have joined forces to explore the beauty of water in an extraordinary performance at Armory on Park, New York. The collaboration continued when Gordon directed the theatre performance Neck of the Woods starring Charlotte Rampling and Hélène Grimaud at the 2015 MIF – Manchester International Festival, Manchester. In 2016 Gordon released his film I had nowhere to go, a portrait of Jonas Mekas, the godfather of
American avant-garde cinema. Solo exhibitions in 2016 with Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, Gagosian Gallery Geneva and Paris Photo.
His film works have been invited to the Festival de Cannes, Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), Venice Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, Festival del Film Locarno, New York Film Festival among many others.
Gordon was the 1996 recipient of the Turner Prize and the Kunstpreis Niedersachsen, Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover. In 1997 he was awarded the Premio 2000 at the 47. Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte, La Biennale di Venezia, Venice and received the DAAD Stipend in Berlin. In 1998 he was presented with the Hugo Boss Prize at the Guggenheim Museum in SoHo, New York as well as with the Central Kunstpreis, Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne and the Lord Provost’s Award, Glasgow City Council, Glasgow. In May 2008 he won the Roswitha Haftmann Prize awarded by the Kunsthaus Zürich and he was the recipient of the Käthe-Kollwitz Prize 2012 awarded by the Akademie der Künste, Berlin. In 2016 the Research Centre for Film and Narrative Palermo
awarded Gordon with the Efebo d’Oro Prize. In February 2017 Gordon has been awarded with the Commandeur dans l’ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Cultural Minister in Berlin on behalf of the French Republic.
In 2008 Gordon was Juror at the 65th International Venice Film Festival, La Biennale di Venezia, Venice and in 2012 he was the Jury president of CinemaXXI at the 07th Rome Film Festival, Festival Internazionale del Film di Roma, Rome.
Gordon lives and works in Berlin and Glasgow.