Blubber pours out of the vents of the building like clouds of beer foam, clusters of shiny plastic balls that appear on all of the levels. As if they were connected, they are an insistent reminder that toxicity often lurks hidden. With minimal intervention, Markus Wilfling once again makes the entire environment into the site of his sculptural and poeticised activity.
Collage: Karen Zack/@teenybiscuit
As far as possible, artificial intelligence should eliminate human error. However, even an AI application is not totally error-free.
Alfredo Barsuglia collaborated with the Ortweinschule Graz to build a small temporary art museum on the Kunsthaus forecourt. Suahtsnuk – Kunsthaus backwards – is both an urban sculpture and an alternative art space. As ‘the other alien’, it is open and freely accessible whenever the Kunsthaus Graz is closed.
(surprising) chrysalis, 2021
Through the medium of photography, Zita Oberwalder regularly creates narrative pictorial spaces that are ‘read’ as one walks.
HEUTE Bibliothek, from 2017
The HEUTE Bibliothek is a collection of books that have the word HEUTE (today) in their titles in order to emphasise their current relevance.
Reclaiming Abundance, 2021
In Reclaiming Abundance, global temperatures and the associated disasters have also continued to increase in Styria.
Shelf Condition, 2021
Cabinet Morphosis, 2021
Arnold Reinisch’s works are situated between photography and installation. He makes everyday objects and plastic materials into elaborately handcrafted depictions of a posthuman life form.
All things must pass, 2018
Five chains showing the predicted dates of ends of the world that did not take place, and those that are still to come.
Training Democracy, 2012
In Training Democracy, Werner Reiterer explores the social demands of various opinion leaders in his own subversive way. Quotes collected from the American and European pro- and anti-abortion movements from 1999 to 2007 include protest slogans such as ‘Keep abortion legal’ or ‘My body, my decision’.