Deutschlandspiegel 215/1972 26.07.1972

Synopsis

1 Hamburg: German Derby 1972 race visitors before betting switch. Sign toto Derby victory square Trifecta ticket. Snakes transformer before the betting buttons. Clearance and pay at the counter. Horses in the lead ring. Jockey mounts the horse. Older spectator with gold glasses and earrings. Horses in the starting gate. Viewers with binoculars. Start. Dense field of 22 horses in the race. Slow race from the front. Galloping horse legs. Ulan No. 13 takes the lead in the Horner form. Inlet. T. going forward. Enema, slow motion. Tarim WINS by a margin of 1 ½ meters. Jockey Geoff Lewis on winning horse Tarim. Tarim shies away with wreath.

02. Brandt in the United States - thanks for Marshall aid intake from airplane to airplane wings. Brandt reading on the plane with cigarette. Close-up of Willy Brandt. Brandt goes to Harvard University to the lectern. Brandt speaks: (English, partly covered narration). Black and white impressions: rubble city. George C. Marshall speaks. Truman signed the Marshall plan. Construction pictures. Rubble women bucket chain. Shield: America helps in the construction of Europe, the Marshall plan provided this wagon - ERP helps us build - Berlin emergency program with the help of the Marshall plan. Construction of residential and factory building. Loading sacks into port. Concrete mixing machine on site. Nordwestdeutsche Kraftwerke AG. This work was built with ERP funds. Brandt says, great: "we need the results of your research and your advice, so that we can base our decisions on as solid and broad knowledge. And we need also your commitment in public. There's still time to throw around the wheel. Our efforts to a peaceful future of mankind cannot end in the prevention of armed conflicts. Environmental protection is therefore also ensuring peace. It is, if you will, prolonged peace policy. Thank you for your attention." Listeners applaud.

03. Nobel Laureates at Lake Constance landscape. Pilgrimage Church Birnau. Interior shots of the late-Baroque building. Parks and gardens on the shores of the Lake. Nobel Prize winner at the walk in the Park. Peacock. The Indian physician HAR GOBIND KHORANA, nuclear physicist Werner Heisenberg. Aerial view of Lake Constance. Willy Brandt in the midst of clapping people. Brandt speaks on the topic of "Environmental protection". Listeners applaud.

04. London: Günther Uekert - manufacturer of nail images Günther Uekert nails nails in wood surface. Nail doors and hammer. Nail monument on the road. Uekert in white suit. Nails image filling. Uekert phone sitting on desk. Self portrait of the artist behind nails. Different nail images in different arrangements. Uekert before picture, great. Nail cubes. Nail in sprouting glass.

5th Glyfada: Championship race Motocross the village of Glyfada, total, transformer. Intermediate cuts part settings motorcycles. The Motocross rider when preparing their machines before the race. Driver puts on helmet. Race boots, great. Putting on gloves. Drivers on motorcycles in a row to ride to the start. Spectator opts for sunglasses, wholesale. Wheels next to each other at the start. Start. Driver in cloud of dust. Motocross over hill and Dale drive on narrow dusty paths. Spectators on the side of the track get down. Fall. Jumps of motorcycles in ZL. Official waving banner. Winner de Costa, Belgium Cup with wreath immediately. Glyfada total, transformer.

Narration

Persons in the Film

Brandt, Willy; Heisenberg, Werner; Marshall; Gorana; Truman, Harry S.; Uekert, Günther; Costa de; Lewis, Geoff

Places

Berlin; Glyfada; Lake Constance; Lake Constance landscape; Bonn; Düsseldorf; Hamburg; United States

Topics

Kunstmaler; Bodensee; Motocrossrennen; Policy; Sachindex Wochenschauen; motor sports; Political events; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Reviews; Sports details, fouls; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; Animals (except dogs); Buildings; Art; Landscapes; Social events; Foreign policy events; Agriculture; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; aerial photographs; Construction; Marshallplan; Pferderennen; 01 16 mm project; Agriculture; Sports honors; 10 finding book Germany mirror

Type

Periodicals (G)

Genre

Monthly Newsreel

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Title:

Deutschlandspiegel 215/1972

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
26.07.1972
Year of Production:
1972

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Günther Uecker Turns 90 (* March13, 1930)

The painter and sculptor Günther Uecker is a world famous artist, thanks to his nail paintings. Uecker is born in Mecklenburg in 1930, where his father is an engineer. After finishing school he takes up an apprenticeship as a painter and advertising engineer before studying art, first in Wismar, later in East Berlin. In 1955 he leaves the GDR and continues his studies at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. It is during these years that he develops the first “nail panels”: nails are arranged in a relief-like pattern against a white ground in such a way that they have a three-dimensional, dynamic effect, thanks to interaction between light and shadow, shifting with one’s viewing angle. Soon Uecker starts fusing metal pins with everyday objects such as record players, sewing machines and grand pianos. In 1961 he joins the artist movement “ZERO”, founded by Heinz Mack and Otto Piene. The group proclaim a “zero hour” for art and are looking for a new beginning.

Beginning in the mid-1960 Uecker participates in big international exhibits, like the documenta in Kassel and the Biennale in Venice. He continuously expands his forms of expression, and in the following decades he also creates happenings and environments, stage design, films, works on paper and sound objects, in addition to his nail paintings and sculptures. Together with Gerhard Richter he mounts the action “museums can be habitable spaces” and causes a stir with his “terror orchestra”. From 1974 to 1995 he teaches at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf and travels extensively. He also experiments with materials like sand, water, electricity and metals during this time, and in the aftermath of the nuclear accident in Chernobyl he begins to work with ashes. In the 1990s he increasingly uses language and writing, he designs the prayer room in the German Parliament and a sacred pillar of stone for Buchenwald. In 2008 he co-founds the ZERO foundation, dedicated to the preservation and exploration of the famous artist group. The “nail artist”, whose works of art are sold for up to a million Euros at auctions, still lives and works in Düsseldorf.

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