R)ecycling Surplus To Save Nature (2009-2011)

Interstellar Overdrive EP, Japan & presentation  //   New Media Arte Povera  //   Ornamental_409 installation Staedelmuseum  //  Augenclick-Pheromonic_ Hungry Walking Blues AV-performance Lentos Kunstmuseum  //  live at performance-art-lab satellit  //  Fussgaengerzone (pedestrian zone)  //  Violently Y/ours exhibition>  //  Naturband - Videorama  // Kunstradio // Sit-In/Out Dresdner Bank  //  Close-Up_410 Kunsthalle Schirn, F.A.Z.  //  new book 20 Digital Years plus , with Audio-CD & DVD // & book-tour   //  closing Frankfurt_STR_headquarter  //   Kunstradio composition 2011 // performance_lecture(s) at COCO, Vienna //  STRib installation at MQ  // AV performance at mediaopera, Rinderhalle  

Naturband (from 1985/6)


// groupshow Videorama - "Naturband" at KUNSTHALLE wien
Station Rose is part of the group show Videorama, Artclips from Austria, with the video "Naturband" (1985/86) 
November 04th, 2009 - January 10th, 2010

:// info: " Naturband" 1985/6 

One of the first " studioproductions" of Rose and Danner, 2 years before the establishment of Station Rose. They produced Naturband during their studies at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, where they started to work together live audio-visually 1983/84. 
The clip reflects the preoccupation of the artists with nature at that time, with distortion, as well as the animism inherent in technology and nature, as well as their preference for a special lo-res image quality, 
which they applied since then to their TV-program & natively in the net. The video was shot in VHS, and edited in u-matic. 
Elisa Rose: Camera, video; Gary Danner: Camera, music 

The exhibition "Videorama" travelled to-> 

Austrian Cultural Forum, New York, USA, 30 November, 2009 – 16 January, 2010 
Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2010 
Der Kunstverein, seit 1817. Hamburg, Germany, 2010 
Galerie Henze & Ketterer, Bern, Switzerland, 28 November, 2009 – 27 February, 2010 
Lalit Kala Akademie, National Academy of Art, New Delhi, India, 2010 
MSU Museum der Moderne / Rupertinum, Salzburg, Austria, 2010 
ParaSite, Hong Kong, China, 2010 
Ullens Center For Contemporary Art, Peking, China, 2010 
Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal, Germany, 2010 
Zacheta. National Gallery of Art, Warschau, Poland, 2010 


A German and English booklet (ca. 60 p.) with 2 DVDs edited by the Kunsthalle Wien – Gerald Matt, Angela Stief, and Gerhard Johann Lischka – was published by Benteli Verlag to accompany the exhibit.