Vajiko Chachkhiani

Heavy Metal Honey

Vajiko Chachkhiani

Heavy Metal Honey  

Year: 2018

Duration: 14min 15

The idea behind the film, Heavy Metal Honey,  was inspired by a real event in which a friend witnessed a mistress’ (mother’s) outspoken flow of consciousness during the distress in the course of her death. The film is about the psychic demands that are produced whilst dying, when the human psyche is free from intellectual restrictions, beyond any good or bad, kindness or evilness.

Heavy Metal Honey  is an attempt to shape a dramaturgical narration by translating the flow of pure consciousness into structured sequences, and tries to communicate the deeper psychological connections within a family's structure shaping the individual realities or imaginations they dwell in. 

As Susan Kleine writes, “Vajiko Chachkhiani is a (story-) teller. And a very sensitive observer. His works touch us in a way that is hard to define – maybe because they concern us directly and subtly hint to something or bring something to the fore that lies within us, that also touches us emotionally and psychologically.”

Vajiko Chachkhiani

Heavy Metal Honey  ​

Year: 2018

Duration: 14min 15

Video produced by the Han Nefkens Foundation



BIOGRAPHY

Born 1985, Georgia

Works in Germany


VIDEO EXHIBITED AT (selection)

Vajiko Chachkhiani

Glass Muscle - Trilogy

29.03 – 01.06.2019

Kunstverein Dresden, Germany

https://www.kunstvereindresden.de/


Selection of Vajiko Chachkhiani video works


12✖12 : THE IBB VIDEO SPACE AT BERLINISCHE GALERIE

9.01.2019 – 04.02.2019

Berlinische Galerie 
www.berlinischegalerie.de


Vajiko Chachkhiani 
Heavy Metal Honey
29.06.2018 – 07.10.2018
Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn, Germany
https://www.bundeskunsthalle.de/