September 28, 2015

Silver Linings Exhibition

Gemeinsam mit Rüdiger Suppin wurde ich von den KuratorInnen Eva Christina Sommeregger und Florian Schafschetzy eingeladen, bei Ihrer Ausstellung Silver Linings mit unserer Installation Nacktscanner dabei zu sein, die wir schon 2010 im Auftrag des MUMOK im Museumsquartier zeigen durften. Präsentiert werden Arbeiten von Kunst- und Architekturschaffenden, die mehr oder weniger abseits des Diskurses mit Architektur zu tun haben.

 

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Hier der Text zur Ausstellung:

12 unique approaches towards architectural experimentation.

In times of uncertainty and loss of orientation this show concentrates on individual architectural stances. The exhibited works differ very much from each other at first sight – yet they have emerged from a similar ambition to explore spatial perception, organisation and form, and from the need to materialise those within a practice stemming from architectural design. Here the focus is set on works that share a certain fondness for experimentation, and for architectural production. They investigate spatial quests for the sake of architectural research and exploration. If you take a close look, you will find there is passion involved in each of the works. We shed light on the impulse that propels architectural production – the lived process itself.

works by Kais Al-Rawi, Arphenotype, Ulrich Aschenbrenner, Atzgerei, Marie Boltenstern, eyeTry, Patrick Jaritz, Julia Körner, Lucas Kulnig, Daniel Podmirseg, Rüdiger Suppin, Christian Tonko, TόΤά, unitfifteen–Research, Johan Voordouw and Zosima.

Opening | 09.10.2015, 19:00 acoustic performance by Zosima at 20:00
Exhibition dates | 10.10.2015 – 17.10.2015 open from 12:00 – 19:00
Finissage | 17.10.2015, 19:00
Venue | Mehrzwecksaal, 2nd floor, Atelierhaus der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Lehargasse 8, 1060 Wien

Symposium | 10.10.2015, 16:00
Pecha Kucha presentations held by the participants of the show
Q&A, first round, moderated by Seth Weiner
Q&A, second round, moderated by Marlene Rutzendorfer