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□□□□□■ OPEN CALL 2020



We invite artists / curators / networks to promote themselves with ideas and concepts for an exhibition 2020 in □□□□□■ in Seidlgasse 14.

The submissions are sent by email. Ideally consisting following:

- Curriculum vitae (maximum 1 A4 page), if you like add also links to websites etc.
- Project concept (maximum 1 A4 page)
- Project presentation (sketches / pictures etc.)
- Realization conception (period of the exhibition / technical effort (beamer etc.) project costs)

Under the following link is a floor plan of the exhibition space.
---> FLOORPLAN <---
In addition to the exhibition space, the concept of□□□□□■ includes the involvement of the studio of Peter Fritzenwallner and myself (Reinhold Zisser) in which the bar is located at openings. Submissions please by email until Thursday 10.10.2019
The Email adress ---> info@LLLLLL.at

Thank you, the□□□□□■ team


LLLLLL at Parallelvienna

LINK LLLLLL PARALLELVIENNA


LLLLLLl and FLUCA - Austrian Cultural Pavilion present SHAPE OF SCARS
Vasilena Gankovska, Olivier Hölzl, Emil Kirov, Iv Toshain Curated by Boris Kostadinov

Opening Wednesday, September 25th, 7pm

Flyer


The exhibition presents artists who participated in the activities of FLUCA - Austrian Cultural Pavilion – part of the program of Plovdiv 2019 - European Capital of Culture. The project corresponds with the development of the Tatttoo Series by Reinhold Zisser within viennacontemporary and with the participation of Notgalerie in Parallel – featuring Iv Toschain. SHAPE OF SCARS brings together works that conceptualize visible and invisible scars left on the surface of history, the social process, the invisible personal world or the highly visible urban environment. Vasilena Gankovska treats the symbolism of architecture as an object that could be printed - like a tattoo on ? human skin. Another type of “skin” (leather) is represented by Iv Toschain in her work which monumentalizes the fate of the artist in the context of our political and social reality. Emil Kirov creates objects as a metaphor of the deep scars on our private world. The process of treating of the depression is presented as a beautiful object, which however has an ugly meaning for a sufferer with a mental disorder. Olivier Hölzl interprets the history of the scars at Napoleon Bonaparte's Chateau de Fontainebleau. Also in this work - a beautiful ornamentation is just the surface. Behind it are the hidden twists of the history.



about the exhibition format "Tattoo Series"
In 2015, Christoph Srb and me (Reinhold Zisser) founded an artist run space in Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Vienna. The name of the space □□□□□■ (also written LLLLLL) was created from the light boxes which are attached to the exterior facade.
In 2018 i started an artistic project in which i used our artist run space as material for a conceptual artwork, by showing off the room at Parallelvienna, tranfering these light boxes as a central element of a room installation to the fair. The following offer was made there: Each artist, each curator, who has the symbol, the name of the space □□□□□■ tattooed, will receive a solo exhibition in 2019. Altogether, 23 people were tattooed during the six days of the fair.
The second phase of the action, the realization of the exhibitions began in the Space at Seidlgasse in Wien 1030 this March.

The resulting shows investigate the network of positions and their mutual inscriptions that emerged at the fair, presenting them itself and thus making these abstract relationships visible. Opposite to the body of this group exhibition created by the presence of artists who got themself tattooed to be part of, is the body of the □□□□□■ exhibition space where the whole action takes part.
While at the beginning of the project the artist run space □□□□□■ was the vehicle for the observations of the dependencies and abysses of the art institution / market / artist into an exhibition context, the now running exhibition series show that the □□□□□■ space acted as an artistic instrument. The reflection and presentation of the relationships between artists and institution has been a central element of my work for many years and therefore also became a central element of the □□□□□■ space. Therein I understand curatorial action and the system of art institution as a material to generate artistic work. You can slip like a hermit crab into more and more new forms and Ieave then leave again. This parasitic strategy is also evident in this exhibition series. But it also becomes clear that this parasitic relationship is a mutual one in which the resulting inscriptions are permanent and interact.

contact

□□□□□■
Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien

info@LLLLLL.at
www.LLLLLL.at:

Dust in Strange Light: Lena Rosa Händle
Curated by John Kenneth Paranada

Opening Thursday, September 5th, 7pm
exhibition running until September 15(see contact below)

Flyer Marina Pohl

Dust in Strange Light, Graphics designed by Kristian Henson


What is an important image in the age of digital consciousness? How do we filter them out? And ultimately, how do we derive meaning from the stages, frames and displays through which the contemporary image appears?

This exhibition is about things seen and unseen and the presence of absence. Lena Rosa Händle shines a light on the historically erased and forgotten images of abjected queerness. Digging through her photographic archives, Händle unearths past images that she has never shown before, juxtaposing them with her ongoing series “I (We) Feel Seen” 2018, “Places of Passing” 2013 and “Laughing Inverts” 2016 - and through this process weaving a cacophony of the diverse complexity of queerness and the politics of colour. Surveying the past years of Händle’s work, this conscious retrospective traces several significant strands of the artists' practice. Händle inventively explores the ways in which colonialism and patriarchy continue to shape how Western societies refuse to hear, see and feel the plight of queer-feminist, trans and gender non-binary persons in her works. Over the last ten years, Händle has developed a dynamic and thought-provoking inquiry into the notion of capturing queer solidarities. At its heart, lies a passionate critique of modern Western systems of control and organisation and the growing power of right-wing populism around the globe. Händle’s photographic eye is unmistakable: the archive of her highly disarming, beautifully shot images are a haystack of revelations – each shot a little different but disciplined in their similarity. The photographs summons intense and consistent moods that evoke as if the images appear to be hypnotised by spirit; it is energetic and intriguing to the point where it’s like seeing the forest in its entirety and also seeing the trees all at once.


This exhibition addresses some of the crucial concerns of our time; normalised micro-aggressions, intersectionality, trans-rights, queer activism and love. It looks to engage the audience through our shared capacities for thinking and feeling. Through her sensitive approach, Händle invites us to approach her subject matter with a thoughtful examination and critical insight.

This complex and layered selection of her archive is testament to the ingenuity of her photographic eye and honest treatment of her subject, bringing to the fore how filtering important images is only possible through a dialogue of representation, subtlety, and abstraction; emancipating the frozen image of patriarchal social construction and revealing the ability of art to capture the monsters that dwell in the contemporary. Every important image must be made real – not merely exposed and shed light, to close the border, but as a reality of crossing, of recognising and witnessing the Dust In Strange Light.


Artist Bio:

The work of Lena Rosa Händle, which is constituted across photographs, installations, collages and objects, portrays a vast openness in light of an intense focus on people in their social and personal realities as well as their visibilities and cultural codes. Often comprising of multi-part installations, they create a complex tableaux and visual imagination closely connected to the social reality of their subjects; they postulate society’s blueprints dealing critically with contemporary and historical societies and practices, towards a search for utopian potentials.

Lena Rosa Händle was born in Berlin and studied artistic photography at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig (Diploma, 2011; Master/Meisterschülerin, 2013) and at the Facultat de Belles Arts, Barcelona. She was University Assistant at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (2013-2017).
She is distinguished with several scholarships (among others of the Federal Chancellery of the Republic of Austria, Rosa-Luxemburg Foundation, Cultural Foundation of the free State of Saxony), Residencies (New York City, 2017; London 2020 both from the Federal Chancellery of the Republic of Austria) and Fundings (among others Federal Chancellery of the Republic of Austria, Society of Friends of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna) and her work is part of the Public Art Collection, Dresden, the Public Art Collection of the City of Vienna (MA7), the Collection of the Gay Museum in Berlin and the KUNST HAUS in Vienna.




about the exhibition format "Tattoo Series"
In 2015, Christoph Srb and me (Reinhold Zisser) founded an artist run space in Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Vienna. The name of the space □□□□□■ (also written LLLLLL) was created from the light boxes which are attached to the exterior facade.
In 2018 i started an artistic project in which i used our artist run space as material for a conceptual artwork, by showing off the room at Parallelvienna, tranfering these light boxes as a central element of a room installation to the fair. The following offer was made there: Each artist, each curator, who has the symbol, the name of the space □□□□□■ tattooed, will receive a solo exhibition in 2019. Altogether, 23 people were tattooed during the six days of the fair.
The second phase of the action, the realization of the exhibitions began in the Space at Seidlgasse in Wien 1030 this March.

The resulting shows investigate the network of positions and their mutual inscriptions that emerged at the fair, presenting them itself and thus making these abstract relationships visible. Opposite to the body of this group exhibition created by the presence of artists who got themself tattooed to be part of, is the body of the □□□□□■ exhibition space where the whole action takes part.
While at the beginning of the project the artist run space □□□□□■ was the vehicle for the observations of the dependencies and abysses of the art institution / market / artist into an exhibition context, the now running exhibition series show that the □□□□□■ space acted as an artistic instrument. The reflection and presentation of the relationships between artists and institution has been a central element of my work for many years and therefore also became a central element of the □□□□□■ space. Therein I understand curatorial action and the system of art institution as a material to generate artistic work. You can slip like a hermit crab into more and more new forms and Ieave then leave again. This parasitic strategy is also evident in this exhibition series. But it also becomes clear that this parasitic relationship is a mutual one in which the resulting inscriptions are permanent and interact.

contact

□□□□□■
Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien

info@LLLLLL.at
www.LLLLLL.at:

Tattoo Series

"Interface I: In my Camera"

Stefan Nussbaumer

Opening Friday, June 28th, 7pm
exhibition running until August 26th (see contact below)

Flyer Marina Pohl

Interface I: In my Camera

Innere und äußere Räume.
Malerei als imaginierter Klang.
Das Tönen des Äußeren im Inneren.

Stefan Nussbaumer

http://pustota.basislager.org

open on request:
info@LLLLLL.at / stefan@basislager.org

about the exhibition format "Tattoo Series"
In 2015, Christoph Srb and me (Reinhold Zisser) founded an artist run space in Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Vienna. The name of the space □□□□□■ (also written LLLLLL) was created from the light boxes which are attached to the exterior facade.
In 2018 i started an artistic project in which i used our artist run space as material for a conceptual artwork, by showing off the room at Parallelvienna, tranfering these light boxes as a central element of a room installation to the fair. The following offer was made there: Each artist, each curator, who has the symbol, the name of the space □□□□□■ tattooed, will receive a solo exhibition in 2019. Altogether, 23 people were tattooed during the six days of the fair.
The second phase of the action, the realization of the exhibitions began in the Space at Seidlgasse in Wien 1030 this March. Now we kindly invite you to the opening of our 5th exhibition of the Tattoo Series “Interface I: In my Camera” by Stefan Nussbaumer.

The resulting shows investigate the network of positions and their mutual inscriptions that emerged at the fair, presenting them itself and thus making these abstract relationships visible. Opposite to the body of this group exhibition created by the presence of artists who got themself tattooed to be part of, is the body of the □□□□□■ exhibition space where the whole action takes part.
While at the beginning of the project the artist run space □□□□□■ was the vehicle for the observations of the dependencies and abysses of the art institution / market / artist into an exhibition context, the now running exhibition series show that the □□□□□■ space acted as an artistic instrument. The reflection and presentation of the relationships between artists and institution has been a central element of my work for many years and therefore also became a central element of the □□□□□■ space. Therein I understand curatorial action and the system of art institution as a material to generate artistic work. You can slip like a hermit crab into more and more new forms and Ieave then leave again. This parasitic strategy is also evident in this exhibition series. But it also becomes clear that this parasitic relationship is a mutual one in which the resulting inscriptions are permanent and interact.

contact

□□□□□■
Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien

info@LLLLLL.at
www.LLLLLL.at:

 

Tattoo Series

"Irrlichter"

Marina Pohl

opening Wednesday May 29th, 6pm
exhibition running until June 9th(open on request, see contacts below)

Flyer Marina Pohl

Marina Pohl lebt und arbeitet seit 2017 in Wien und studiert an der Akademie der bildenden Künste bei Daniel Richter in der Klasse „Erweiterter Malerischer Raum“. Sie beschäftigt sich in ihrem Werken mit Landschaften, Atmosphären und Emotionen, die sich in den Spannungs - und Zwischenräumen von Licht und Schatten, Stabilität und Ungewissheit bewegen. Dabei interessieren sie zwischenmenschliche Begegnungen sowie der Umgang des Individuums mit sich selbst und mit seiner Umwelt. Sie begegnet und bearbeitet dabei Momente des Konflikts, der Erotik, des aufeinander zugehens und des sich voneinander entfernens. In ihrer Ausstellung "Irrlichter" zeigt sie Arbeiten die diese Suche auf einem Weg zwischen Einsamkeit und Gemeinsamkeit, Schönheit und Dunkelheit abbilden.

about the exhibition format "Tattoo Series"
In 2015, Christoph Srb and me (Reinhold Zisser) founded an artist run space in Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Vienna. The name of the space □□□□□■ (also written LLLLLL) was created from the light boxes which are attached to the exterior facade.
In 2018 i started an artistic project in which i used our artist run space as material for a conceptual artwork, by showing off the room at Parallelvienna, tranfering these light boxes as a central element of a room installation to the fair. The following offer was made there: Each artist, each curator, who has the symbol, the name of the space □□□□□■ tattooed, will receive a solo exhibition in 2019. Altogether, 23 people were tattooed during the six days of the fair.
The second phase of the action, the realization of the exhibitions began in the Space at Seidlgasse in Wien 1030 this March. Now we kindly invite you to the opening of our 4th exhibition of the Tattoo Series “Irrlichter” by Marina Pohl.

The resulting shows investigate the network of positions and their mutual inscriptions that emerged at the fair, presenting them itself and thus making these abstract relationships visible. Opposite to the body of this group exhibition created by the presence of artists who got themself tattooed to be part of, is the body of the □□□□□■ exhibition space where the whole action takes part.
While at the beginning of the project the artist run space □□□□□■ was the vehicle for the observations of the dependencies and abysses of the art institution / market / artist into an exhibition context, the now running exhibition series show that the □□□□□■ space acted as an artistic instrument. The reflection and presentation of the relationships between artists and institution has been a central element of my work for many years and therefore also became a central element of the □□□□□■ space. Therein I understand curatorial action and the system of art institution as a material to generate artistic work. You can slip like a hermit crab into more and more new forms and Ieave then leave again. This parasitic strategy is also evident in this exhibition series. But it also becomes clear that this parasitic relationship is a mutual one in which the resulting inscriptions are permanent and interact.

contact:
□□□□□■
Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien

info@LLLLLL.at
www.LLLLLL.at

 

Tattoo Series

"HOME is a four letter word"

Thomas Stempka

opening Friday May 3rd, 7pm
exhibition running until May 17(open on request, see contacts below)

Flyer Alban Muja

An eternal vagabond, the unfamiliar city has been a constant throughout his life, only feeling home when adrift. The main focus of his work revolves around the phenomenological and performative aspects of architecture: our sordid relationships with the built environment and embracing the unbuilt. Less a creator than a conduit, conversing with his materials and sites allows Thomas to end with tangible tales. Like a foreign grandmother’s valediction, you should be left uncertain of exactly what is being said, but take comfort in the warmth provided. He has shown and performed his work in galleries, streets, festivals and bathrooms in Austria, Brazil, Catalonia, Chile, Germany, Italy, Serbia, Portugal and the US.

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS.
HOME IS NOT A PLACE, IT'S A FEELING.
HOME IS AN EMOTIONAL CONCEPT.
HOME IS A SOCIETAL CONSTRUCT.
HOME IS WHERE NIGHTMARES LIVE.
HOME WATCHES YOU CRY AND SAYS NOTHING.
HOME WANTS TO KNOW WHERE YOU LIVE NOW.
HOME SWEARS ITS NOT JEALOUS.

HOME IS A FOUR LETTER WORD.

about the exhibition format "Tattoo Series"
In 2015, Christoph Srb and me (Reinhold Zisser) founded an artist run space in Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Vienna. The name of the space □□□□□■ (also written LLLLLL) was created from the light boxes which are attached to the exterior facade.
In 2018 i started an artistic project in which i used our artist run space as material for a conceptual artwork, by showing off the room at Parallelvienna, tranfering these light boxes as a central element of a room installation to the fair. The following offer was made there: Each artist, each curator, who has the symbol, the name of the space □□□□□■ tattooed, will receive a solo exhibition in 2019. Altogether, 23 people were tattooed during the six days of the fair.
The second phase of the action, the realization of the exhibitions began in the Space at Seidlgasse in Wien 1030 this March. Now we kindly invite you to the opening of our 3rd exhibition of the Tattoo Series “HOME is a four letter word” by Thomas Stempka.

The resulting shows investigate the network of positions and their mutual inscriptions that emerged at the fair, presenting them itself and thus making these abstract relationships visible. Opposite to the body of this group exhibition created by the presence of artists who got themself tattooed to be part of, is the body of the □□□□□■ exhibition space where the whole action takes part.
While at the beginning of the project the artist run space □□□□□■ was the vehicle for the observations of the dependencies and abysses of the art institution / market / artist into an exhibition context, the now running exhibition series show that the □□□□□■ space acted as an artistic instrument. The reflection and presentation of the relationships between artists and institution has been a central element of my work for many years and therefore also became a central element of the □□□□□■ space. Therein I understand curatorial action and the system of art institution as a material to generate artistic work. You can slip like a hermit crab into more and more new forms and Ieave then leave again. This parasitic strategy is also evident in this exhibition series. But it also becomes clear that this parasitic relationship is a mutual one in which the resulting inscriptions are permanent and interact.

contact:
□□□□□■
Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien

info@LLLLLL.at
www.LLLLLL.at

Instagram: @tstempka
email: thomas.stempka [at] ufg.at

 

Tattoo Series

"Your Pictures Make Me Wet"

Chris Stillo, Daniel Castells


opening Thursday April 12, 7pm
exhibition running until April 27.

 

Flyer Alban Muja


In 2015, Christoph Srb and me (Reinhold Zisser) founded an artist run space in Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Vienna. The name of the space □□□□□■ (also written LLLLLL) was created from the light boxes which are attached to the exterior facade.
In 2018 i started an artistic project in which i used my artist run space as material for a conceptual artwork, by showing off the room at Parallelvienna, tranfering these light boxes as a central element of a room installation to the fair. The following offer was made there: Each artist, each curator, who has the symbol, the name of the space □□□□□■ tattooed, will receive a solo exhibition in 2019. Altogether, 23 people were tattooed during the six days of the fair.
The second phase of the action, the realization of the exhibitions now already began in the Space at Seidlgasse in Wien 1030 with the first show of Alban Muja this March. Now we kindly invite you to the opening of our 2nd exhibition of the Tattoo Series “Your Pictures Make Me Wet” by Chris Stillo and Daniel Castells

The resulting shows investigate the network of positions and their mutual inscriptions that emerged at the fair, presenting them itself and thus making these abstract relationships visible. Opposite to the body of this group exhibition created by the presence of artists who got themself tattooed to be part of, is the body of the □□□□□■ exhibition space where the whole action takes part.
While at the beginning of the project the artist run space □□□□□■ was the vehicle for the observations of the dependencies and abysses of the art institution / market / artist into an exhibition context, the now running exhibition series show that the □□□□□■ space acted as an artistic instrument. The reflection and presentation of the relationships between artists and institution has been a central element of my work for many years and therefore also became a central element of the □□□□□■ space. Therein I understand curatorial action and the system of art institution as a material to generate artistic work. You can slip like a hermit crab into more and more new forms and Ieave then leave again. This parasitic strategy is also evident in this exhibition series. But it also becomes clear that this parasitic relationship is a mutual one in which the resulting inscriptions are permanent and interact.

Chris Stillo and Daniel Castells about their upcoming show:
Your Pictures Make Me Wet
We make it a necessity to keep track of our lives. We keep digital memories to prove that we’ve lived. To prove we were here. To prove that our lives mattered.
We are living through a mirror that shows us whatever we choose to remember. It weakens our conscious reality by portraying a hazy version of our feelings floating around in a parallel universe.
But we are not water. We are not made of unforgettable molecules.
We forget. Remember that.

The Artist’s Thoughts:
There’s something about us I never really got to understand. You cover me whole.
You are flat.
My fingers on your skin. Too close to me.
I saw you passing down the street the other day. I saw you having a coffee with that certain smile on your face.
I kept walking.
You probably can’t remember. I can’t touch you. You are another interference in my past.
I have you in my hand.
Maybe I took the wrong picture at the wrong time.

 

 

start of the tattoo series 2019

Alban Muja

Just Another Hero


opening Saturday 23rd of March, 7pm
exhibition running until April 15.


Last Year the □□□□□■ space took part at the PARALLELVIENNA 2018 with a Meta-Installation. The Lightboxes that give the □□□□□■ its Name were transfered to the Booth at the Artfair. There the □□□□□■ spread the following offer: Every artist or curator who will get the Logo □□□□□■ tattood will get a solo exhibition in the following year. 23 people signed this contract and got the Logo tattooed. Now the exhibition Series starts with the opening of Alban Muja. For detailed documenation of the Tattoo work itself visit: website Reinhold Zisser

 

Flyer Alban Muja

 

Alban Muja (born 1980) is a Kosovo-based artist. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Prishtina with a BA and MA. His artistic work / activities arise in diverse media. They range from installations and documentaries to drawings and painting. Alban Muja took part in numerous exhibitions, among others in the MeetFactory in Prague, the Kumu Art Museum in Tallinn, the Guangdong Museum of Art, the James Gallery in New York the Zhejiang Art Museum, the Gagaosian Gallery in Berverly Hills etc. Numerous international residencies and scholarships led him to New York, Santa Fe, Istanbul and last but not least to Vienna. In June this year Alban Muja will represent the Kosovo Pavilion at 58th edition of Venice Biennale. One focus of his artistic activity is on the social, political and economic transformation processes in the southern Balkans and their effects on the subsequent extended geopolitical space. He subsequently links these investigations with his various media and discursive strategies to his current position in Kosovo. A central theme for the artist is the question of identity. In a series of short films he portrayed diverse personalities who had to leave Kosovo or Albania and found themselves in a new, "foreign" environment in which their own self-image was called into question. On the basis of the names of the protagonists, the viewer is shown how from a "simple" first name, e.g. a fascinating spectrum of meanings emerges that unfolds only through the translocation of a name from one language and sound space into another. The video "Forca" shown in the LLLLL exhibition is an excellent example of this aspect of Alban Muja's work. Another focus of the artist's work is critical questioning and deconstruction of national myths. In the exhibition, a marble is presented on three different sized pedestals. When these sockets are viewed in sequence, the marble seems to disappear in the socket. In this work, an association space is opened in which childlike games but also heroic monuments are imagined. Here, too, shows the specific artistic strategy of Alban Muja. Starting out from a seemingly simple nucleus of meaning, he develops a network of references and associations that is the occasion for reflections and, as a result, can lead to the most fascinating conclusions among the observers.
Copyrigth, Boris Manner, 2019

 

 

 

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new works #1-11
Kollektivausstellung


Eröffnung Dienstag 22.Jänner 2019 18 Uhr
Dauer der Ausstellung bis 10.Februar.


Die Kollektivausstellung new works #1-11 ist der Abschluß der gleichnamigen Reihe welche 2017 und 2018 in unserem Ausstellungsraum stattfand.

KünstlerInnen der Ausstellung (in chronologischer Folge der Ausstellungsreihe):
#1 Kristin Weissenberger #2 Martin Chramosta #3 Thea Moeller
#4 Bartosz Dolhun #5 Sonja Bendel #6 Rafiqul Shuvo
#7 Andrea Lüth #8 Teresa Novotny #9 Sebastian Scholz
#10 Gianin Conrad #11 Aldo Giannotti / Michikazu Matsune

Link: Event Facebook 
Rotkäppchen liebt Bier


Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at

open on request: 0650 6554505

supported by BKA and Bezirk Landstraße

 

new works #11

Aldo Giannotti / Michikazu Matsune

opening: friday, december 21, 6pm
running until jan 10, 2019


This exhibition marks the beginning of a collaboration project by Aldo Giannotti and Michikazu Matsune. You and Me is a performative work that explores the dynamic relationship between body and language, image and action, oneness and togetherness.

It takes part in the "new works" series of our space and will be the eleventh and last time that this exhibition format takes place.
A format that focuses on the artist and his current work progess. It is based on an open studio situation but uses the display of the white cube.

This exhibition series shall give artists the opportunity to research their new works and also give visitors a chance to participate an ongoing artistic process.


Link: Event Facebook 
Rotkäppchen liebt Bier


Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at

open on request: 0650 6554505

supported by BKA and Bezirk Landstraße

 

 

new works #10

Gianin Conrad

Eröffnung Samstag 15.Dezember 18 Uhr
Dauer der Ausstellung 16-18.12.2018

Mit der Ausstellung von Gianin Conrad findet das Ausstellungsformat "new works" zum zehnten mal statt. Bei diesem Format präsentiert jeweils eine KünsterIn neue Arbeiten im Austellungsraum. Das Format orientiert sich am open studio, bedient sich aber des Displays des Ausstellungsraumes.

Dieses Ausstellungsformat soll KünstlerInnen die Möglichkeit geben Ihre aktuellen Arbeiten genauer zu untersuchen und gleichzeitig den Besuchern erlauben, Einblick in laufende künstlerische Prozesse und Überlegungen zu nehmen.

Link: Event Facebook 
Rotkäppchen liebt Bier


Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at

open on request: 0650 6554505

supported by BKA and Bezirk Landstraße

 

new works #9

Sebastian Scholz

Eröffnung Freitag 7.November 18Uhr
Dauer der Ausstellung 8.-13.November 2018

Mit der Ausstellung von Sebastian Scholz findet das Ausstellungsformat "new works" zum neunten mal statt. Bei diesem Format präsentiert jeweils eine KünsterIn neue Arbeiten im Austellungsraum. Das Format orientiert sich am open studio, bedient sich aber des Displays des Ausstellungsraumes.

Dieses Ausstellungsformat soll KünstlerInnen die Möglichkeit geben Ihre aktuellen Arbeiten genauer zu untersuchen und gleichzeitig den Besuchern erlauben, Einblick in laufende künstlerische Prozesse und Überlegungen zu nehmen.

Link: Event Facebook 
Rotkäppchen liebt Bier


Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at

open on request: 0650 6554505

supported by BKA and Bezirk Landstraße

 

HORS-SÉRIE

CURATOR | Eduarda Neves
ARTISTS | Amarante Abramovici | Covadonga Barreiro | Sérgio Leitão Tânia Dinis |Tiago Afonso



opening friday november 9 th
6pm
exhibition running until november 24 th


□□□□□■ will be hosting HORS-SÉRIE, an exhibition project curated by Eduarda Neves, presented in several art spaces, in which the artists work on a site-specificity basis, taking the exhibition context in consideration. It simultaneously approaches the polysemic character of the notion HORS-SÉRIE, opening it to its several meanings that have to do with identity, simulacra, potency, subversion, resistance, workforce, along with other concepts. HORS-SÉRIE seeks to establish a dialogue between the fields of art, philosophy and politics.
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HORS-SÉRIE is a curatorial project that seeks to explore the polysemic character of this notion, namely in three axes:

[A] Departing from Deleuzian references, through an understanding of the Identity of the Different as primary potency. To think of identity not as similitude but as disparity means to reverse Platonism, to affirm the simulacra, and to assign them their place between icons and copies​; place of subversion that denies original and copy, model and reproduction. It is no longer about the essence-appearance, copy-model, I-other relations, for this distinction works in the realm of representation. Neither the model of the Other nor the search for the origin. It is "of the false as potency, Pseudos, in Nietzsche’s sense: the highest potency of the false. Rising to the surface, the simulacrum casts under the power of the false (ghost) the Same and the Similar, the model and the copy" [1]. This wandering has no beginning or end, it is chaos without center, potency of the simulacrum, destruction of the Same that prevents the perpetuation of the model. In this sort of Hors-série the march of divergence, of resistance, of the exceptional, of that which is subtracted from the regularity of the series but which belongs to it, is established. A Hors-Série which is pure difference, the difference in itself, which is opposed to classical representation. 
The latter submits difference to the principles of identity and similarity. Now, this pure difference is the object of thought and not of representation. The Being is regularity and becoming. The multiple in each of us. The singular as collective. Difference is repetition and the discovery of all forces. A Meeting.

[B] Issues to be addressed : (I) the resistence regarding infamous men’s life; (II) the escape from language’s representational paradigm. To seek for “a language without speech”, “an involuntary poetry”, as Michel Foucault righly remarked. To discover a madness that is not mental illness and, as this author has equated, one without which we would not know how to live. Thus, for us, it is also about issues of freedom, of questioning before all forms of built experience. Hors-Série as an experience of depersonalization. To overcome thought, penser l´impensé.

[C] Hors-Série as a moment of stopping in the serial work, of unproductiveness of the workforce understood as a form of resistance. The machines, as bodies in series, spatially organize the production apparatus and, being configured as workstations, make the individualizing decomposition of the workforce visible. The factory is, by excellence, the domain of serial production work and flexibility. Its deactivation asserts itself, still, politically, as an image of unemployment.


.WEBSITE | https://hors-serie.weebly.com/
www.LLLLLL.at


Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at

open on request: 0650 6554505

supported by BKA and Bezirk Landstraße

 

□□□□□■ at PARALLELVIENNA

Christoph Srb
Reinhold Zisser


Eröffnung: Dienstag 25.9. 17-22
Eröffnungsparty 22-6 Uhr

Öffnungszeiten:
Mittwoch 26.9. 12-19
Donnerstag 27.9 12-19
Freitag 28.9. 12-19
Samstag 28.9 12-19
Sonntag 30.9. 12-19

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n der Installation □□□□□■ von Reinhold Zisser bietet der gleichnamige artist run space einen Austausch an. Für die Installation werden Elemente des Ausstellungsraumes aus der Seidlgasse zur PARALLELVIENNA translokiert.

Die Installation Wanderbar von Christoph Srb tritt ebenso in den Prozess ein der beginnt sobald sich ein Gast bereit erklärt durch Vertragsabschluss die Installation zu starten und Teil der damit verbundenen Einschreibungen zu werden.

www.LLLLLL.at
www.parallelvienna.com

Lassallestrasse 1
1020 Vienna


supported by BKA and Bezirk Landstraße

 

Intervall

Imre Nagy


Eröffnung Freitag 21.September.2018, 19 Uhr
Dauer der Ausstellung 22.September. bis 23.Oktober.2018

Gleichzeitig zu Nagy's Schau wiederfährt dem LLLLLL ein Verlust eines seiner Identitätsgebenden Raumsymbole.
Imre Nagy wurde von uns vor einem Dreiviertel Jahr zu dieser Ausstellung eingeladen. Der Ausstellungsraum LLLLLL sieht, seit Beginn seiner Ausstellungstätigkeit im Herbst 2015, Untersuchungen der Konzepte von Bild / Raum und deren Beziehungen zum Betrachter, als zentrale Themen. Wir haben Imre Nagy gebeten in seiner Ausstellung diese Konzepte und die Setzungen welche sich durch eine drei Jahre lange Tätigkeit abzeichnen, selbst zum Inhalt seiner Untersuchungen zu machen.

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Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at

open on request: 0650 6554505

supported by BKA and Bezirk Landstraße

 

new works #8

Teresa Novotny
"The Promise of Reality"
Installation

Sinking into you my skin marbles
back and forth
my desire goes both ways

Eröffnung Dienstag 12.6.2018, 19:00
Dauer der Ausstellung 13.6. bis 18.6.2018

Mit der Ausstellung von Teresa Novotny findet das Ausstellungsformat "new works" zum achten mal statt
Bei diesem Format präsentiert jeweils eine KünsterIn neue Arbeiten im Austellungsraum. Das Format orientiert sich am open studio, bedient sich aber des Displays des Ausstellungsraumes.

Dieses Ausstellungsformat soll KünstlerInnen die Möglichkeit geben Ihre aktuellen Arbeiten genauer zu untersuchen und gleichzeitig den Besuchern erlauben, Einblick in laufende künstlerische Prozesse und Überlegungen zu nehmen.

Link: Event Facebook 
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Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at

open on request: 0650 6554505

supported by BKA

 

cutting together apart

new works #7

Andrea Lüth

opening: thursday, may 24, 2018, 7pm
running until june 7


The show of Andrea Lüth will be the seventh time that the exhibition format "new works" takes place.
The format puts the focus on the artist and new works. It's orientated on open studio situations but uses the display of the white cube.

These exhibition shall give artists the opportunity to research theire new works and also give visitors a chance to participate an ongoing works process.

Link: Event Facebook 
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Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at

open on request: 0650 6554505

supported by BKA

 

cutting together apart

Katrin Euller & Anja Nowak

Eröffnung: Donnerstag, 19.April.2018, 19 Uhr
Dauer der Ausstellung: 20.April - 17.Mai

cutting together apart ist sowohl Ergebnis als auch Teil eines gemeinsamen Projekts, das auf unserem Interesse an Sprache, Formfindung und dem Hinterfragen medialer Repräsentationen basiert. Beiden Herangehensweisen liegt eine vorsichtige Suche zu Grunde, die sich durch ihre trans-/multimediale Aufarbeitung, auszeichnet. Innerhalb dieser werden immer wieder Fragen nach einer Lesbarkeit (von Text, Bildern und Objekten), Deutungsmustern und Verschiebungen (neu)verhandelt und in Beziehung zueinander gesetzt.

Die Arbeiten bilden den Anfang einer gemeinsamen Suche und Allianz zweier Komplizinnen.

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cutting together apart 

is a result as well as an ongoing process of a shared project, which is based on our interest in language, form(-finding), and the questioning of media-related representations. Both approaches include a cautious search and trans-/multimedia processing. Within this process, questions of readability (of text, images and objects), patterns and displacements are constantly renegotiated and put in relation to each other. 

The shown works are a beginning of a joint search and an alliance of two accomplices.

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Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at

geöffnet auf Anfrage: 0650 6554505

Mit Unterstützung durch das BKA

 

new works #6

Rafiqul Shuvo

opening: monday, april 9, 2018, 7pm
running until april 15


The show of Rafiqul Shuvo will be the sixth time that the exhibition format "new works" takes place.
The format puts the focus on the artist and new works. It's orientated on open studio situations but uses the display of the white cube.

These exhibition shall give artists the opportunity to research theire new works and also give visitors a chance to participate an ongoing works process.

Link: Event Facebook 
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Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at

open on request: 0650 6554505

supported by BKA

 

new works #5

Sonja Bendel

Eröffnung Donnerstag 22.3.2018, 19:00
Dauer der Ausstellung 23.3. bis 5.4.2018


Mit der Ausstellung von Sonja Bendel findet das Ausstellungsformat "new works" zum fünften mal statt
Bei diesem Format präsentiert jeweils eine KünsterIn neue Arbeiten im Austellungsraum. Das Format orientiert sich am open studio, bedient sich aber des Displays des Ausstellungsraumes.

Dieses Ausstellungsformat soll KünstlerInnen die Möglichkeit geben Ihre aktuellen Arbeiten genauer zu untersuchen und gleichzeitig den Besuchern erlauben, Einblick in laufende künstlerische Prozesse und Überlegungen zu nehmen.

Link: Event Facebook 
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Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at

open on request: 0650 6554505

mit Unterstützung durch das BKA

 

new works #4

Bartosz Dolhun

Eröffnung Donnerstag 8.3.2018, 19:00
Dauer der Ausstellung 9.3. bis 18.3.2018


Mit der Ausstellung von Bartosz findet das Ausstellungsformat "new works" zum vierten mal statt
Bei diesem Format präsentiert jeweils eine KünsterIn neue Arbeiten im Austellungsraum. Das Format orientiert sich am open studio, bedient sich aber des Displays des Ausstellungsraumes.

Dieses Ausstellungsformat soll KünstlerInnen die Möglichkeit geben Ihre aktuellen Arbeiten genauer zu untersuchen und gleichzeitig den Besuchern erlauben, Einblick in laufende künstlerische Prozesse und Überlegungen zu nehmen.

Link: Event Facebook 
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Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at

open on request: 0650 6554505

mit Unterstützung durch das BKA

 

angular degrees might deviate

Sebastian Doplbaur


Eröffnung Donnerstag 25.1., 19:00 Uhr

Ausstellungsdauer 26.1. - 16.2.2018

Öffnungszeiten:
26. Jänner – 2. Februar, Di – Fr 14 – 18 Uhr
andere Tage / Uhrzeiten auf Anfrage:
0699 10491802

Link: Event Facebook
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LLLLLL
Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at


open on request: 0650 6554505

mit Unterstützung durch das BKA

 

notgalerie@LLLLLL

Reliquien und Anwesende

Andreas Perkmann Berger / Christoph Schwarz /
Christoph Srb / Kristin Weissenberger / Reinhold Zisser

Eröffnung: Donnerstag 14.12.2017, 19 Uhr
Dauer der Ausstellung bis Freitag 12.Jänner.2018

Artist Talk / Finissage

Artist Talk: Freitag 12.1.2018, 17 Uhr
Finissage: ab 19:00

Zum Ende der Ausstellung sind alle eingeladen beim Artist Talk mehr über die notgalerie zu erfahren.
Die Schwerpunkte werden einerseits auf der Geschichte der letzten drei Jahre, aber auch auf der Vorstellung und Diskussion der kommenden Aktionen und Möglichkeiten, liegen.

Der Artist Talk beginnt pünktlich um 17:00 im LLLLLL in der Seidlgasse 14, wo anschließend mit Buffet im angrenzenden Atelier nebenan die Finissage der Ausstellung stattfindet.

Parallel findet auch die Finissage der Ausstellung "Die Verzeichnung der Zeit" von Darja Shatalova im "whitedwarf Projects" (ebenfalls Seidlgasse 14) statt.

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Nachdem die notgalerie diesen Sommer eine Translokation erfuhr, ist die Ausstellung im Kunstraum LLLLLL in der Seidlgasse die erste Überführung der notgalerie in einen Ausstellungskontext außerhalb ihres eigenen Körpers.
Die Ausstellung zeigt Arbeiten welche im Kontext der notgalerie und ihrer Translokation im Sommer 2017 entstanden sind und verknüpft diese mit Artefakten des Gebäudes.
Auf diese Weise wird ein neuer Kontext erzeugt und gleichzeitig die dadurch entstehenden Aufladungen untersucht.
Die Ausstellung erweitert sich über den Ausstellungsraum in die Atelierräumlichkeiten und den dort befindlichen Barbereich des Ausstellungsraumes LLLLLL.

Andreas Perkmann Berger zeigt mit der Arbeit "Le déjeuner II" eine digitale Fotocollage der notgalerie, welche in einer Auflage von hundert Stück produziert wurde. Christoph Schwarz 2 Kanal Videoarbeit "Christoph hat die Marillen organisiert, trinkt Bier und nennt das dann Controlling" dokumentierte die Übersiedlung der notgalerie. Christoph Srb produzierte diesen Sommer die "Wanderbar", eine Bar aus Styropor. Im Rahmen der aktuellen Ausstellung zeigt er deren Prototypen welcher bereits 2016 zum ersten mal im Einsatz war und nun neu interpretiert wird. Kristin Weissenbergers Installation fing diesen Sommer die ätherischen Essenzen des alten Grundstücks der notgalerie am Ulanenweg ein und setzt diese nun wieder frei. Reinhold Zisser untersucht den Werkskörper eigener, der notgalerie vorangegangener Arbeiten, welche mit Versatzstücken der notgalerie konfrontiert werden.

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Foto:Bernard Ammerer

LLLLLL
Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at


open on request: 0650 6554505

mit Unterstützung durch das BKA

 

colorfields


Michael Kargl & Kay Walkowiak

kuratiert von Anna Spohn

Eröffnung:
Donnerstag 9.11.2017, 19:00 Uhr
10. bis 25.11.2017

Kay Walkowiak:
www.kaywalkowiak.com

Michael Kargl:
www.michaelkargl.com

Link: Event Facebook
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LLLLLL
Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at


open on request: 0650 6554505

mit Unterstützung durch das BKA

 

new works #3


Thea Moeller

Vernissage: Dienstag 24. Oktober 2017 - 19:00 
Dauer der Ausstellung: 25.Oktober - 3.November

Mit der Ausstellung von Thea Moeller findet das Ausstellungsformat "new works" zum dritten mal statt
Bei diesem Format präsentiert jeweils eine KünsterIn neue Arbeiten im Austellungsraum. Das Format orientiert sich am open studio, bedient sich aber des Displays des Ausstellungsraumes.

Dieses spontaner geführte Format soll KünstlerInnen die Möglichkeit geben Ihre aktuellen Arbeiten genauer zu untersuchen und gleichzeitig den Besuchern erlauben, Einblick in laufende künstlerische Prozesse und Überlegungen zu nehmen.

Link: Event Facebook
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LLLLLL
Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at
info@LLLLLL.at

Thea Moeller
www.theamoeller.de

open on request: 0650 6554505

mit Unterstützung durch das BKA

Entangled Reality
Curated by Ruxmini Choudhury

Opening: September 5 - Tuesday - 7.pm

Ruxmini Choudhury is a young art enthusiast working as an assistant curator at the Samdani Art Foundation in Bangladesh.
https:// www.samdani.com.bd/

Shes coming to vienna for one week to set up this exhibition in LLLLLL.
She worked together with several young Bangladeshi artists.
following the short text from Ruxmini Choudhury on the exhibition. 

“Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away.”- Philip K. Dick

The exhibition looks into the consciousness of the realities around us from the socio-political context. I have selected the works of the five artists through a long conversation with each one, which sometimes went for few months. Through series of conversations I chose the works which reflect their perception of their realities. This exhibition is an attempt to discuss the current situation of our society, both local and global, through five different standpoints. 

Artists List
Dinar Sultana (b.1989, Joypurhat, Bangladesh)
Emran Sohel (b.1984, Dhaka, Bangladesh )
Marzia Farhana (b.1985, Dhaka, Bangladesh)
Mizanur Rahman Chowdhury (b.1981, Noakhali, Bangladesh)
S. G. Shoubhik (b.1991, Comilla, Bangladesh)

September 6 -October 3, 2017
Opening: September 5 (Tuesday) at 7 p.m

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Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at info@LLLLLL.at
open on request: 0650 6554505m

Link: Event Facebook
influenced nightmare

 

mit Unterstützung durch das BKA und den Bezirk Landstraße

 

Influenced Nightmare


Anne Glassner & Alfred Lenz

Bei der Vernissage wird eine Perfomance stattfinden, in welcher Anne Glassner mit einer Installation von Alfred Lenz interagiert.

During the opening Anne Glassner will do a performance in which she interacts with an installation of Alfred Lenz.

June 15 - July 17, 2017
Opening: June 14 (Wednesday) at 7 p.m.

Talk about nightmares: June 28 (Wednesday) at 6 p.m.


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Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at info@LLLLLL.at
open on request: 0650 6554505m

Link: Event Facebook
influenced nightmare

 

mit Unterstützung durch das BKA

 

 

Seidlgassenzeit


Helmut & Johanna Kandl


Die Seidlgasse 14 wo heute der Kunstraum □□□□□■ und das Atelier von Peter Fritzenwallner und Reinhold Zisser zu finden sind, war ab 1997 das erste gemeinsame Atelier von Helmut und Johanna Kandl. Für die Ausstellung Seidlgassenzeit wurden die beiden Künstler eingeladen Werke welche in dieser Zeit in der Seidlgasse entstanden sind zu zeigen.

May 10 - June 9, 2017
Opening: May 9 (Tuesday) at 7 p.m.
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Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at info@LLLLLL.at
open on request: 0650 6554505m

Link: Event Facebook
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mit Unterstützung durch das BKA

 


new works #2
Martin Chramosta

April 26 - June 5, 2017
Opening reception: April 25 (Tuesday) at 7 p.m.


Die Reliefs von Martin Chramosta bestehen aus Gips oder Wachs.

Sie tragen französische Titel. Es handelt sich um geschlossene, begrenzte, autonome Werke. Um gestische Kompositionen kleinen und mittleren Formats.

In der Starre ihrer bewegten Züge, im Volumen ihrer Schraffuren, im Graben ihrer Striche kreuzen sich Zeichnung und Plastik. Etwas Archäologisches haftet den Werken an. Stilepochen klingen in ihnen nach. Ihre Motive sind abstrakt. Sakral. Kubistisch. Mythisch. Sportlich. Dystopisch. Provinziell. Profan. Et cetera.

Martin Chramosta untersucht historische Formen auf ihren zeitgenössischen Wert und ihre gesellschaftliche Relevanz. Aus ihnen modelliert er Assemblagen materieller und ideeller Natur, die sich in verschiedenen Medien wie Skulptur, Zeichnung, Relief, Video oder Performance kristallisieren.

Er studierte Bildhauerei, Performance und Kunstvermittlung an der HGK Basel und der HK Bern.

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The reliefs of Martin Chramosta are made of plaster or wax.

They have French titles. They are closed, limited, autonomous works. They are Gestural compositions of small and medium format.

Drawing and sculpture cross in the rigidity of their moving features, in the volume of their hatching, in the digging of their strokes. Styles of recent art history resonate in them. They look a bit like fossils and their motifs are abstract, cubist, mythical, athletic, dystopic, provincial, profane. Et cetera

Martin Chramosta examines historical forms and archetypes for their contemporary value and their social relevance.

His material and ideal assemblages crystallize in various media such as sculpture, drawing, video or performance.

He studied sculpture, performance and art education at the HGK Basel and the HK Bern.

 

new works ist ein eigenes Ausstellungsformat von □□□□□■ das mit der Schau von Martin Chramosta zum zweiten mal stattfindet. Beim Format new works präsentiert jeweils eine KünsterIn neue Arbeiten im Austellungsraum. Das Format orientiert sich am open studio, bedient sich aber des Displays des Ausstellungsraumes.

Dieses spontaner geführte Format soll KünstlerInnen die Möglichkeit geben Ihre aktuellen Arbeiten genauer zu untersuchen und gleichzeitig den Besuchern erlauben, Einblick in laufende künstlerische Prozesse und Überlegungen zu nehmen.


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Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at info@LLLLLL.at
open on request: 0650 6554505m


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(IM)PERSONAL
Bernd Oppl & Bogomir Doringer
Ibro Hasanovic / Christoph Srb
Kamen Stoyanov / Katharina Swoboda

Curated by Boris Kostadinov
in cooperation with Leo Kuelbs Collection New York - Berlin

March 3 - 30, 2017
Opening reception: March 2 (Thursday) at 7 p.m.
Artist talk / finissage: March 30 (Thursday) at 5 p.m.

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Seidlgasse 14, 1030 Wien
www.LLLLLL.at info@LLLLLL.at
open on request: 0650 6554505m

Link: Event Facebook
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Katharina Karner / Adrienn Kiss / Kiminari Ohata / Adam Dane
curated by Reinhold Zisser

vernissage: thursday, 26 jannuary 2017, 7pm
duration: 27 january - 23 February 2017
artist talk / finissage: thursday, 23 february, 5pm

Link: Event Facebook
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