The web application Zeitlinie Graz presents the development of the tram and suburban railway network in Graz from its beginnings in 1878 to the present day. For the exhibition at the Kunsthaus Graz, the sometimes surprising historical development has been updated to include the immediate future of the lines under construction and in concrete planning.
... derzeit ohne Titel ... (... currently untitled ...), 2021
Christine and Irene Hohenbüchler with Lukas Kaufmann and students
In 1989 Christine and Irene Hohenbüchler exhibited at the Neue Galerie Graz under the title Les Bricoleurs, which describes an artistic approach based on the knowledge of resources, careful observation, listening and letting go.
27 x Display, 2021
studio itzo (Martina Schiller, Rainer Stadlbauer)
The exhibition architecture designed by studio itzo adopts a resource-saving approach on a number of levels. Most of the elements are from previous Kunsthaus exhibitions.
Bike Citizens Bicycle App, from 2011
Bike Citizens Mobile Solutions GmbH
Bike Citizens route planner function
Cycling in selected cities recorded with the Bike Citizens app
Design: Martin Engelbogen
Drawing on the knowledge of over 450,000 users, the ‘Bike Citizens Analytics’ tool and GPS cycling data also support cities and planners in continuously improving their cycling infrastructure.
The Process of Painting, 2012
Liu Xiaodong belongs to the generation of Chinese artists who grew up at a time of rural exodus and explosive growth in the major cities.
Reclaiming Abundance, 2021
In Reclaiming Abundance, global temperatures and the associated disasters have also continued to increase in Styria.
(surprising) chrysalis, 2021
Through the medium of photography, Zita Oberwalder regularly creates narrative pictorial spaces that are ‘read’ as one walks.
Jedes Mal Einzigartig (unique every time), 2012
These five portraits are part of a 20-part series about life in Eisenerz, a mining town marked by change. Severin Hirsch’s sensitive portraits offer an insightful view of the residents of the Münichtal, a former residential estate for workers.