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Some seldom shown pieces reunited for open studio show

During Vienna Art Week, I had a mini-show in a twelve-room apartment aka the Viennese studio. Old friends, like my neon sign “Girls wanted”, the pizza-boxed video series “17 Sekunden Kunst”, the Wittmann-manufactured cushions “Art-Free Territory” and the Mercedes-Benz tribute photo series “Communication”, joined forces with brand new stuff, like the installation “Curators’ Water”, the light-boxed photo series “Some things that long time do not exist” (Duratrans, light-box, crank), the xerography-inspired, Teheran-produced work “Role Models” (edition: 1), the photographed alphabet “Trees and poets, citified” (Dibond) and the post-future of painting series “Stuff”. Visitors also got a chance to preview the video series “Message to the World” while hanging out at the bar, and to engage in the participatory media installation “Get Fit With Dr. Lapschina”.
N.B.: “Thank you” to everyone who made this exhib possible, and especially to Mario Codognato for more than an hour of questions and answers.

Nov. 5th, 6 p.m.


This November, in Vienna’s 11th arrondissement, all eyes will be on whom? Ah, we must look like citified dandies to them!

I’ll have a solo-show at the new 4th floor gallery at the Office Campus Gasometer. This exhibition is part of European Month of Photography – eyes on Vienna. Pre-view on Nov. 5th, 6 p.m. Details here: http://bit.ly/1yGS4DR (english), or here: http://bit.ly/1toN0Vn (deutsch). Directions here. Catalogue (ISBN: 978-3-902993-03-8) here.

Come say hey and enjoy irresistible snacks & drinks!