The starting point for this project is found photos from the early 20th century – coloured glass slides from the collection of the Lower Austrian Provincial Museum, which were used as teaching aids between the wars. The Kandls combine these with texts drawn from the more recent past, creating a connection that extends from the exploitative conditions of the early 20th century to the present and into the future.
Take a Walk on the Mind Side!, 2020
Erstmals als nachdenkliche Werbebotschaften vom Künstler selbst durch den Stadtraum getragen, verweisen die Botschaften zum Wert von Arbeit oder Kultur auf Abhängigkeiten von Ökonomie, Status und Aufmerksamkeit.
AnyConcept GmbH, from 2020
The daily work routine of many companies is filled with monotonous tasks that are necessary but take up a lot of time.
The artist and graphic designer Karl Neubacher was one of the pioneers of avant-garde and conceptual art in Graz.
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.
Jean-Martin Fortier: Bio-Gemüse erfolgreich direkt vermarkten. Der Praxisleitfaden für die Vielfalts-Gärnterei auf kleiner Fläche, Innsbruck 2017
Studio ceiling at Schloss Seehof, Lunz am See, 2020
Institute of Structural Design/Graz University of Technology (Georg Hansemann, Robert Schmid, Christoph Holzinger, Joshua Paul Tapley, Stefan Peters, Andreas Trummer), Hans Kupelwieser
Video: Robert Schmid,Institute of Structural Design
Grafik: Georg Hansemann, Institute of Structural Design
For a roof of approximately 100 m² over a studio space in Schloss Seehof in Lunz am See, 130 different 3D-printed concrete recess formers were digitally planned, produced automatically and installed by hand.
KoOgle Online: TUit @ Kunsthaus, Workshop zu Programmieren, Elektrotechnik und Internetsicherheit
20 May 2021–20 May 2021, 16:00
Cross laminated timber, from 1989
lignum – Institute of Timber Engineering and Wood Technology/Graz University of Technology, holz.bau forschungs gmbh
Across the world, more and more buildings are being constructed in wood. In the cities too, and even high-rise structures. The fact that tall wooden buildings such as the 24-storey Hoho in Vienna are possible is largely due to research at Graz University of Technology, where the groundwork for the development of cross laminated timber was laid in 1989.