Tobias Yves Zintel

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Arstic / academic staff videoart and performance
+49 221 20189 - 386
tobias.zintel@khm.de

TOBIAS YVES ZINTEL was born in Passau in 1975. He studied concept art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich with Joseph Kosuth. His filmic work integrates various genres with performance, documentation, installation, music and theatre. In an idiosyncratic visual language he creates films that introduce us to grotesque scenarios, mysterious actions and melancholy universes.

His filmic work has been shown around the world, at Glasgow International (UK), Video Roam@Honor Fraser (USA), Doris MacCarthy Gallery (CA), RIPBM@Palais de Tokyo (F), Barbara Gross Gallery Munich (G), Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus (G), Videonale 14 &15, Kunstmuseum Bonn (2013/15) among others.

Zintel regularly works in theatre, including at the Münchner Kammerspielen (Doing Identity Festival, Bunny Hill I und II, Hauptschule der Freiheit), at Theater Basel, Theater Neumarkt Zürich and Hebbel am Ufer Berlin.

- "Mental Radio" (2013) in: Tasja Langenbach (Hg.): Videonale.15 - Festival for Contemporary Video Art (2015) , Berlin: Revolver Verlag 
- "Metal Radio" (2015) in: Tasja Langenbach (Hg.): Videonale.15 - Festival for Contemporary Video Art (2015), DVD, Bonn: ed. Videonale. 
- "Interesting Productions" (2015) Uli Aigner (Hg.): Done!, Revolver Publishing, Berlin                
- "Earthly Powers" (2013) in: Videonale.14 - Tasja Langebach (Hg.): Festival for Contemporary Video Art (2015), Berlin: Distanz Verlag.
- "Earthly Powers" (2013) Contemporary Video Art (2015), DVD, Bonn: ed. Videonale.
- "Tobias Yves Zintel" in: Gaby Schweer, Björn Bicker (Hg.): "Stadttheater - Münchner Kammerspiele 2001-2009" München, Blumenbar Verlag
- "Interesting Productions" (2008) in: Stefan Huber: Montags bie Petula im Park, München, Städtische Galerien im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau
- "Interesting Productions" (2006) in: Uliagner (Hg.): Interesting Productions, München, Verlag Lothringer 13
- "Tourette-Tv" (2005) in: Susanne Gaensheimer (Hg.): Favoriten - Junge Kunst in München (2005), München, Städtische Galerien im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau.
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