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Mary Bauermeister - One and One Is Three

Mary Bauermeister — One and One Is Three

Carmen Belaschk

Germany, United States | 2020 | 1 h 42 min
English, German |
Subtitles: English
Available on Arts.Film from August 5, 2022

She is seen as the mother of the Fluxus movement. In an attic on Cologne’s Lintgasse, she made art history in the early 1960s with figures such as Karlheinz Stockhausen, John Cage, Hans G. Helms, and Nam June Paik. Today, at the age of 86, Mary Bauermeister still doesn’t think about quitting. From morning to night, this extraordinary artist works in her studio near Cologne, which is the scene of this first feature-length documentary film about her radical life. Mary Bauermeister – one and one is three is a film about arts and society, the finiteness of life and the beauty of the world.
Director Carmen Belaschk
Editing Brigitte Maria Schmidle
Sound Christian Carl
Sound mixing Karl Atteln
Cinematography Raphael Hustedt
Animation Gregor Zootzky
Music Simon Stockhausen

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Carmen Belaschk

Carmen Belaschk

Carmen Belaschk studied Audio Engineering, before gaining experience in radio and television alongside her further studies of Music Journalism for Radio and Multimedia’ at the Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe and her studies in Visual Media Anthropology’ at Freie Universität Berlin. Early on in her career, she discovered her passion for documentary films with a cultural focus, which has led to her own projects in this field. Since her final degree, Carmen Belaschk supports the Accentus Music Team as a producer as well as author and director for Accentus-releases. Recent productions are Ayham Ahmad – The Pianist of Yarmouk, which won the Grand Prix of the Golden Prague Festival 2016 and a portrait about the conductor Andris Nelsons released in 2019.

Biographies have been provided by third parties.
Andris Nelsons — Just the Music (2019); Life let us cherish (2018); When the evening and morning meet (2018); Connected (2016); Aeham Ahmad – The Pianist of Yarmouk (2016).

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