come see the tourist trapping, totally mesmerizing exhibiton at the former Hödlmoser-atelier on the fortress of Salzburg.
Original 2.0 Flyer which is overall more fitting:
photos from the exhibition opening on 14th June 2019.
Thank you to everybody involved in the making of this exhibition.
Special thanks to Kai Mayrwöger and Juliana Mayr for their great help, buffet and drinks!
Eva Eichinger, Dimitrios Mavroudis and me have studied at the Kunstuniversität Linz. For this rather spontaneous exhibition, we have agreed to show works with a strong emphasis on the subject of the body. The Bearded Birds studios are located in a former brothel, which gives the exhibition an interesting twist.
PS: I was responsible for the flyer and am very displeased with the result at this point. But hopefully, the poor, haphazard design will draw attention, as an ugly duckling in that sense.
open daily during business of the Bearded Bird studio until around late June.
Freitag, 24.5. 2019
Eignerstraße 8 – 17Uhr
Liebe Freundinnen und Freunde,
wir laden euch herzlich ein zu unserem Frühlingsfest!
Feiert mit uns den Frühling
und feiert mit uns das Atelier!
Wir freuen uns auf euch!
Außerdem: Buchpräsentation „BAUMHAUS Lapsus“
von Martin Pilz und Paul Schlager
Getränke und Snacks von euch sind herzlich willkommen,
wir stellen aber auch welche zur Verfügung.
– theresa, veronika, julia, sylvia, paul
group show with Jan Heinonen at the Massolit café, Budapest.
Nagy Diofa utca 30., Budapest 1072, Hungary
In 2017, I was participating in the artist in residency program between Land Salzburg and Budapest Galeria. There I met the finish photographer Jan Heinonen. One year later, we are back to show works that were inspired by our stay.
One of the works on display:
„walk 2“, charcoal on A5 paper, march 2018
ENG „The fuming newsfeed“ was a solo exhibition, consisting of works created almost entirely from newspaper cut-outs. Inspired by ephemeral pieces of information, printed amateur photos from famous peoples‘ instagram and twitter acounts and other amateur photo sources, the re-arranged pieces create pictures of masses, deconstructed space and grotesque bodies.
Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Linz, Mengerstraße 23, März 2016.