Collector Julia Stoschek with Sturtevant’s ‘Kill-Wallpaper’ (2003)

Meet the Düsseldorf collector backing time-based works — and expanding to Berlin.

The number of private collectors seriously committed to time-based art — those who own, say, more than 500 works — can be counted on one hand. The German collector and patron Julia Stoschek belongs to this select group by a comfortable margin. Her collection, displayed in a 3,000 sq metre space in Düsseldorf, numbers some 750 pieces. And her enthusiasm shows no sign of diminishing: this month she launched a satellite gallery in Berlin to coincide with the city’s ninth biennial.
“Time-based media” are defined by Tate as those that depend on technology and have “duration as a dimension”. Stoschek’s collection provides a good overview: built up over more than a decade, it includes video, audio, multimedia environments, internet-based installations and performance pieces.

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