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2016 | Single channel video installation | ambient sound / color | real time | 6’57

loving. It is slow, it seems long. It is short.

On a special day, I was sitting on my terrace in Rome, while I noticed the half-moon in a very rare vertical position. It was on the 9th September, by chance my grandmother’s birthday, born in 1900. The sky was still bright, voices of people on the streets suggested a serene late-summer evening.

My mood was that of a woman with a broken heart, while reflecting about her own, lost love.

I was here, that strange half part of the moon was there. I observed the moon’s slow crossing over what seemed to me “my sky”. I saw myself as a little individuum on a little place, at a little time, living a little life but with a big sentiment, while I was related to such greater dimensions of distance and time. I started to think about love and time.

In my eyes, that image was dramatically beautiful. It was that, what Love meant for me in this very moment: It is slow, it seems long. It is short. The artistic work, which came out from that experience is the video, I called loving.

Regina Hübner, 2016

Artist’s statement on loving, single channel video, ambient sound, 6’57” real time, 2016

Take me to the moon (I’ll see who I am)by Gabriel Soucheyre, published on the occasion of Regina Hübner – loving – Nuit Blanche Paris 2018.

Loving was exhibited in 2018 at Nuit Blanche in Paris (Solo Event); Dinzlschloss Villach, Austria; The Austrian Cultural Forum Rome; change + partner contemporary art Rome/Bracciano, Italy (Solo Shows).
In 2017 loving was shown in group shows at ZKM Zentrum für Kunst und Medien, Karlsruhe, Germany, Artspace Tel Aviv, Israel, Plymouth University, GB, FIVAC Festival Internacional de Videoarte de Camagüey, Cuba, Sofia Underground Performance Art Festival, Sofia, Bulgaria, Gallery Mcube, Lalitpur, Nepal, Experiencia HIEDRA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Strangloscope Internacional de Vìdeo & Performance, Florianòpolis, Brazil, Addis Video Art Festival, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, in the program of TIME is Love.10 and at CAPC Musée d’Art Contemporain for WAC Weekend d’Art Contemporain in Bordeaux.

Regina Hübner (Huebner) was born in Villach, Austria. She lives in Villach and Rome, Italy. Her means are experimental photography, video, sound, performance and ambientations, texts, subjects and objects. She works also by involving Protagonists and, in collaboration, with professionals from the fields of visual art, literature, music and science.

Awarded in Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts, Rome, Italy and in Graphic-Design at The Higher Department of Art and Design Ortweinschule, Graz, Austria.

She held solo exhibitions at Nuit Blanche Paris 2018, MMKK Museum of Modern Art Carinthia, Dinzlschloss Villach, MLAC Museum Laboratory Contemporary Art Rome, EXPO 2015 Milano, change + partner contemporary art Rome, Austrian Cultural Forums Milan and Rome, Italian Cultural Institute Vienna, Cinecittà Studios Rome, and others, and participated at international exhibitions and festivals. 
She is Fellow at IMèRA Institut Méditerranéen de Recherches Avancées, Marseille.
Video-Portrait on Videoformes
Artist’s Portrait on Turbulences Vidéo #102 (page 62-102)