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Max Hattler

Max Hattler
Max Hattler (left) with Noriko Okaku, 2010
Born (1976-02-02) 2 February 1976
Ulm, West Germany
Occupation artist, video artist, experimental filmmaker, audiovisual artist, animator
Website
.com.maxhattlerwww

Max Hattler is a German video artist and experimental filmmaker best known for his kaleidoscopic political short films "Collision" (2005) and "Spin" (2010), abstract stop motion works "Shift" (2012) and "AANAATT" (2008), and psychedelic animation loops "Sync", "1923 aka Heaven" and "1925 aka Hell" (2010).

Biography

Max Hattler was born in Ulm, Germany. He is the son of Hellmut Hattler, a German bass player mainly known for his Krautrock band Kraan. Max Hattler holds a BA from Goldsmiths (2001), a Master of Arts in Animation from the Royal College of Art (2005) and a Doctorate in Fine Art from the University of East London (2014). He lives in London and Germany.

Hattler has exhibited internationally at museums and galleries including Erarta,[1] Tate Britain,[2] Pinakothek der Moderne,[3] Tenderpixel[4] (London), Lumen Eclipse[5] (Cambridge, Massachusetts), MoCA Taipei, Exploratorium, Gasworks Gallery,[6] Art Below, Fries Museum,[7] Yota Space, Asifakeil[8] (Museumsquartier, Vienna) and others.

Max Hattler also works extensively in the field of audiovisual performance,[9][10] and has performed worldwide.

Awards

  • Visual Music Award (First Prize) for "A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time",[11] Gelnhausen, Germany, 2014
  • Visual Music Award (Special Mention) for "Amnesty International: Stop the Show (aka WAR)",[12] Gelnhausen, Germany, 2014
  • Bronze Design Lion for "Amnesty International: Stop the Show (aka WAR)"[13] at Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity,[14] France, 2013
  • First Prize for "Shift"[15] at Premio Simona Gesmundo,[16] Cetraro, Italy, 2012
  • Award for Best Experimental Film for "Shift" at TOFUZI Animation Festival[17] in Batumi, Georgia, 2012
  • Best Experimental Film for "1925 aka Hell"[18] at Animation Block Party, New York City, 2012
  • Visual Music Award (Special Prize) for "Sync",[19] Frankfurt, Germany, 2011
  • Audience Award for "1923 aka Heaven"[20] and "1925 aka Hell" at Animate OPEN: Digitalis, online exhibition, 2011
  • Visual Music Award (First Prize) for "AANAATT",[21] Frankfurt, Germany, 2010
  • Political Animation Award for "Spin"[22] at KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival, Holland, 2010
  • Best Digital Film for "Drift"[23] at London International Animation Festival, UK, 2008
  • Prädikat Wertvoll for "Collision" by Filmbewertungsstelle Wiesbaden, Germany,[24] 2008
  • LUX Award for Best Experimental Film for "Collision"[25] at London Short Film Festival, 2006

Filmography

Short films and video installations

  • —O|[26] (2014)
  • All Rot[27] (2014)
  • Constant Sky (Бесконечность горизонта)[28] (2013)
  • Moireize (2013, with Sune Petersen)
  • A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time[29] (2013)
  • Unclear Proof[30] (2013)
  • Model Starship[31] (2012)
  • X (KXFS Canal Commission)[32] (2012)
  • Nidden Partikel (2012)
  • Shift[33] (2012)
  • RE:AX (2011)
  • Sync[34] (2010)
  • Spin[35] (2010)
  • 1923 aka Heaven & 1925 aka Hell (2010)
  • Your Highness (2010)
  • Impressions (2010)
  • Drift (2007)
  • Striper v0.1 (2006)
  • Collision (2005)
  • Everything Turns (2004)
  • Alpraum (2001, co-directed by Martin Heaton)

Live audiovisual performances

  • Disruptive Technologies: Feeding You (2013, with Matthias Kispert)
  • Hattlerizer 2.0 (2013)
  • Max Hattler x Mikhail Karikis (2013, with Mikhail Karikis)
  • Hattler vs. Hattler (2012, with Hellmut Hattler)
  • HATTLERIZED MOTORSAW (2012, with MOTORSAW)
  • HATTLER-IZE / VESPER-ON (2012, with Vesper On)
  • Hattlerizer (2010)
  • Asure (2010, with Mehmet Can Ozer)
  • rescore 192010 (2010)
  • (O) (2010, with Noriko Okaku)
  • /\/\/\ (2009, with Noriko Okaku)
  • Oh Yes (2009, with Noriko Okaku)
  • Hattler vs. Seidel (2008, with Robert Seidel)
  • Remixing the Past (2007, with music and super 8 films by Kraan)

Music videos and concert visuals

Other works

  • Amnesty International – "Stop the Show (aka WAR)" (2013)
  • Wrongness (photographic series, 2008-ongoing)
  • Kaleidobooth smartphone app (2012)
  • Vienna Independent Shorts – Festival Trailer (2011)
  • ET1 – "Anticipation" (Greece) (2008)
  • IKEA – "House or Home" (UK) (2007)

References

  1. ^ Erarta: Multivision video installation group exhibition, 11/2012
  2. ^ Assembly: Composite II, Tate Britain Part of the series Assembly: A survey of recent artists’ film and video in Britain 2008–2013, 03/2014
  3. ^ Schaustelle: Max Hattler. Selected Works Solo Exhibition, 06/2013
  4. ^ Tenderpixel: Max Hattler 'Shift' Solo Exhibition, 03-04/2012
  5. ^ Lumen Eclipse: Max Hattler Solo Exhibition, 04-06/2010
  6. ^ Gasworks: Blink 07-08/2006
  7. ^ Fries Museum: Max Hattler – Landscape of Human Existence Solo Exhibition, 09/2007
  8. ^ Asifakeil: Transform – Max Hattler & Noriko Okaku Two-person exhibition, 05-06/2011
  9. ^ maxhattler.com/live documentation of live a/v performances on Hattler's website.
  10. ^ Cimatics agency – Max Hattler
  11. ^ Visual Music Award 2014 First Prize for "A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time"
  12. ^ Visual Music Award 2014 Special Mention for "Amnesty International: Stop the Show (aka WAR)"
  13. ^ maxhattler.com/war "Stop the Show"
  14. ^ "Amnesty International – Stop the Show (aka WAR)" at Cannes Lions 2013
  15. ^ maxhattler.com/shift "Shift"
  16. ^ "Shift" First Prize at Premio Simona Gesmundo, 2012
  17. ^ Best Experimental Film for "Shift" at TOFUZI, 2012
  18. ^ maxhattler.com/1925 "1925 aka Hell"
  19. ^ "Sync" Visual Music Award Special Prize 2011
  20. ^ maxhattler.com/1923 "1923 aka Heaven"
  21. ^ "AANAATT" First Prize Visual Music Award 2010
  22. ^ maxhattler.com/spin "Spin"
  23. ^ maxhattler.com/drift "Drift"
  24. ^ "Collision" Prädikat Wertvoll Filmbewertungsstelle Wiesbaden, Germany
  25. ^ maxhattler.com/collision "Collision"
  26. ^ maxhattler.com/-oi "—O|"
  27. ^ maxhattler.com/allrot "All Rot"
  28. ^ maxhattler.com/constantsky "Constant Sky (Бесконечность горизонта)"
  29. ^ maxhattler.com/avery "A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time"
  30. ^ maxhattler.com/proof "Unclear Proof"
  31. ^ maxhattler.com/modelstarship "Model Starship"
  32. ^ maxhattler.com/x "X"
  33. ^ maxhattler.com/shift "Shift"
  34. ^ maxhattler.com/sync "Sync"
  35. ^ maxhattler.com/spin "Spin"

External links

  • Max Hattler official website
  • Correo del Orinoco: Patrones animados inspirados en la simbología del pueblo wayuu se muestran hasta mañana en el MBA (09/2014)
  • Impact Magazine: Interview de Max Hattler : Celui dont il faut retenir le nom (06/2014)
  • Revista Ojo: Arte y conciencia en la animación de Max Hattler (06/2014)
  • kortfilm.be: Kleurrijk trippen met Max Hattler (02/2014)
  • Cinema sperimentale: Collision (11/2013)
  • RBC Daily: С высоко поднятой головой: в калужском Музее космонавтики прошел фестиваль полнокупольного искусства «Измерение» (11/2013)
  • MIMA Artblog: Hattlerizer 2.0 – Max Hattler (10/2013)
  • The Tripatorium: X (10/2013)
  • PAGE Online: Visualisierung zum Waffenhandel (03/2013)
  • AWN | Animation World Network: Max Hattler Stops the Show for Amnesty International (03/2013)
  • Hunger TV: Meet Max Hattler (02/2013)
  • Rooms Magazine: Unclear Proof: Raising a Glass For New Hattler Film (02/2013)
  • Date*Hub: Video Art*Max Hattler (02/2013)
  • The Creators Project: An Explosive Animation Inspired By Fractals And Chaos Theory (01/2013)
  • Computer Arts: Wine with aliens (01/2013)
  • AWN | Animation World Network: Five Artists Creating New Visions of What Animation Can Be (12/2012)
  • The Creators Project: A Giant Screen Of Water Rising From A Canal Hosts This Abstract Animation (09/2012)
  • Computer Arts: Max Hattler's laser light graphics (09/2012)
  • The Huffington Post UK: Massive 3D 'Water Screen' To Stun London Canal With 'Psychedelic Geometric Ballet' (09/2012)
  • The Journal: Artist trio creating new ideas at Tyneside Cinema (08/2012)
  • UCE Magazine: Maximum Overdrive (07/2012)
  • Art Monthly: Max Hattler: Shift (p. 34, 05/2012)
  • Dazed Digital: Max Hattler: Shift (03/2012)
  • Imperica: Shift Happens (03/2012)
  • mb! Magazine: VJ to Visual Artist (10/2011)
  • Design Week: Profile: Max Hattler (01/2011) cover story
  • Unit Online: Animáció helyett VJ-show (12/2010, Hungarian)
  • SHIFT Magazine: Max Hattler (11/2010)
  • Schon Magazine: Max Hattler (pp. 102–103, 10/2010)
  • PIG Magazine: Max Hattler (07/2010)
  • APEngine: 1923 aka Heaven & 1925 aka Hell by Max Hattler (04/2010)
  • Motionographer: Max Hattler's 1923 and 1925 (03/2010)
  • Electric Sheep: Short Cuts: Max Hattler (12/2009)
  • Jotta: To The Max (07/2009)
  • Creative Review: Hattler's Basement Jaxx Visuals (06/2009)
  • Boards: Max Hattler animates an arena abstraction for Basement Jaxx (06/2009)
  • Netribution: Basement Jaxx enlist animator Max Hattler to provide new visuals for ‘Where’s Your Head At?’ (06/2009)
  • PingMag: Max Hattler vs. Robert Seidel (04/2008)
  • Dazed and Confused: Three of a Kind: Young Animators, #3: Max Hattler (02/2006)
  • Max Hattler on IMDb
  • Max Hattler at Discogs
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