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Mary Bauermeister – one and one is three

Author: Accentus Music

World premiere at Kasseler Dokfest in November 2020 followed by special screenings and a theatrical release in Germany starting in January 2021.

  • Mary Bauermeister | Copyright: © Accentus Music

    Mary Bauermeister © Accentus Music

  • Mary Bauermeister | Copyright: © Accentus Music

    Mary Bauermeister © Accentus Music

  • Mary Bauermeister | Copyright: © Accentus Music

    Mary Bauermeister © Accentus Music

She is seen as the mother of the Fluxus movement. In an attic of Cologne’s Lintgasse, she wrote art history in the early 1960s with such personalities as Karlheinz Stockhausen, John Cage, Hans G Helms, and Nam June Paik. Today, at 85 years of age, Mary Bauermeister still is not thinking about quitting. From morning to night, the extraordinary artist works in her studio near Cologne, the scene of the first feature-length documentary film about Mary Bauermeister and her radical life.

“Mary Bauermeister – one and one is three” is a film about arts and society, about the finiteness of life and the beauty of the world. It tells the story of a visionary and a lover. Bauermeister has lived her life with determination, but sometimes also full of doubt. She talks about successes and defeats in one breath. Over the course of one year, Mary Bauermeister offered insights into her life and work: observations in her house and garden, conversations, a potentially last trip to New York as well as work and rest phases are the ingredients for an intimate cinema portrait.

Mary Bauermeister – one and one is three
A film by Carmen Belaschk

Produced by Paul Smaczny
A production of Accentus Music in cooperation with WDR and funded by Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung and Filmstiftung NRW.

Saturday, 21 November 2020, 14:45
World Premiere at Kasseler Dokfest
Filmladen Kassel

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