Johanna Domke

Johanna Domke
© Courtesy IFFR 2013, Rotterdam
Film director, Producer, Screenwriter
Column : Cinema/tv

Johanna DOMKE (1978, Germany) was eductated in Fine Arts in Denmark and Sweden and works with film, video and photography. Her work is a cross-over between art and cinema with both a structural and socio-political approach. She is concerned with how images influence the course of history, the creation of meaning and the shaping of identity. Her work has been shown around the world.

Johanna Domke is a visual artist working with film, video and photography, born in 1978 in Kiel, D. She grew up in Germany and Argentina and studied Fine Arts at the Royal Danish Art Academy in Copenhagen, Denmark and the Malmö Art Academy, Sweden. She is now living in Berlin, Istanbul and Copenhagen producing work for a cross-over field between art and cinema with a both structural and socio-political approach. She regards the image production itself as an analysis of perception and is concerned with how images influence the course of history, the creation of meaning and the shaping of identity. She carried out a number of collaborative projects and participated in residencies at Platform, Istanbul, Townhouse, Cairo and EMPAC, NY. She is currently attending the post-graduate program at the Media Art Academy in Cologne, Germany. Her work has been shown in international group and solo shows and film festivals around the world.

FILMOGRAPHY (selection)
Let the Wind Blow (2003, instal),
You'll Miss What's Gonna Stay I (2004, instal),
You'll Miss What's Gonna Stay I (2004, instal),
A Sunset Takes 7 Minutes (2005, short),
Unbreakable Space (2007, instal),
Cuers (2008, short),
Stultifera Garden (2009, short),
Søen i Spejlet /The Lake in the Mirror (2010, short),
100 % Yün (2010, short),
Untitled-Epilog (2011),
Crop (2013, short doc, co-dir)

Source:
www.filmfestivalrotterdam.com/en/persons/johanna-domke/
www.crop2012.com/CROP/FILMMAKERS.html

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