Archives for posts tagged ‘austrian’

Ute Müller

Ute Müller Work from her oeuvre. “…This body of works – paintings, architectural structures, sculptural references – defines a space where the viewer is immediately captured by the beauty of a painting that has its origins in the history of twentieth century abstraction. Yet this is only a transitory emphasis, an instant of burning passion […]

Heimo Zobernig

Heimo Zobernig Work form his oeuvre. “Zobernig’s main interest often seems to be attempting to find out what the bare minimum requirements for a work of art or art space might be. His installation O. T. (Untitled, 1999-2000), for example, is a press conference, podium discussion and video presentation space with rows of white designer […]

Valie Export

Valie Export Work from her oeuvre. “The black-and-white images here are far more quiet. In them the artist uses her body as a kind of measuring or pointing device, leaving us to decide exactly what she is pointing at. She crouches in corners, presses against walls and lies along the ledges of an imposing 19th-century […]

Peter Kogler

Peter Kogler Work from his oeuvre. “The Austrian multimedia artist Peter Kogler is one of the pioneers of computer-generated art. With his impressive 360-degree multi-projection on show at the Schirn from July 1 to September 12, 2010, the artist, whose work was included in two documenta programs, creates a space of illusion that completely captivates […]

Bernhard Leitner

Bernhard Leitner Work from Soundcube. There are some other fantastic projects on his website that are well worth the visit. “Bernhard Leitner is considered a pioneer of the art form generally referred to as “sound installation.” He introduced sound to the installation space, allowing the installation space to emerge through the sound. Leitner, who actually […]

Caroline Heider

Caroline Heider Work from her oeuvre. Caroline Heider bases her work on existing pictures, on a public world of images which is conveyed in magazines, for example. Media-related images are a reality of their own and have their reflexive effect on the world. The artist’s interests focus on this process and the social and cultural […]


Depart (Leonhard Lass & Gregor Ladenhauf) Work from Chukwa’s Approach & Woodward. “On the back of Chukwa, Bright like a mountain dew-tune and crystalline airs. We seek shell and shelter in subsurface saltlake sittings, The one-drone rondo-0-o. We rest against the interwalls of zero cavity‘s brainbows, Celebrating Achilles’ de-feet. Stir montane waters in the syncoronation […]

Reiner Riedler

Reiner Riedler Work from Fake Holidays. “When wishes are out of reach, simulation is taking over our leisure time and our holidays. Imaginary worlds are created, often under massive technological exertion, in order to offer us experience as reproducible merchandise. Although the quality of these adventures on demand sometimes proves to be rather dubious, the […]