In Seoul there are about 60 large electronic advertising panels showing commercials. The curator Hans-Ulrich Obrist came up with the idea of exhibiting the work of about 40 artists and writer-directors on these tennis court sized surfaces, interspersed into the advertising program. Schönberg wrote Accompaniment to a Film Scene, music where one has to imagine the film. The obvious step was to make a video without sound but which referred to music.
Original title Musikvideo Director, scriptwriter Harun Farocki Cinematographer Harun Farocki, Antje Ehmann Editor, sound Harun Farocki Production Harun Farocki Filmproduktion, Berlin Kurator Hans-Ulrich Obris Format mini DV, col. 50 sek. and 20 sek. (Loop) Germany 2000, First presentation Digital City Seoul 2000, Seoul, South Korea, 31.08. 2000 Note video produced for art spaces
All Works of this Decade:Serious Games III: ImmersionFeasting or FlyingTransmissionDeep PlayComparison via a ThirdDubbingWorkers Leaving the Factory in Eleven DecadesOn Construction of Griffith's FilmsListening StationsA WayIn-FormationThree AssembliesCounter MusicEye / Machine IIIEye / Machine IIEye / MachineMusic-VideoI Thought I was seeing Convicts