The series Structural Films gathers a selection of sixteen experimental films by the avant-garde filmmaker Kurt Kren (Vienna, AT, 1929–1998) from the 1950s through 1970s. Asyl was created inside the camera using a complex multiple-exposure technique: the human gaze, seeing, and concealing are the central themes of this short film, an essay on the perception of time in the rhythm of twenty-one consecutive days.


Curator: Tina Teufel



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