Opening Part 1: January 19, 2017
Opening Part 2: February 16, 2017
Thomas Albdorf, Stefan Arztmann, Diana Barbosa Gil, Fritz Biedermann, Ida Bö, Karolin Brägger, Katrina Daschner, Hermanus Hendrick de Jongh, Živa Drvarič, Romana Egartner, Tobias Ehrhardt, Christian Eisenberger, Samuel Ekeh, Bob Erpelding, Max Frey, Peter Fritzenwallner, Florinda Fürst, Nikolaus Gansterer, Martin Grandtits, Xaver Gschnitzer, Flora Hauser, Valentin Hessler, Thomas Hitchcock, Clemens Hubinger, Thekla Kaischauri, Alexander Kasses, Lukas Maria Kaufmann, Sebastian Köck, Magdalena Forster, Oliver Kowacz, Brigitte Kowanz, Peter Kozek, Gašper Kunšič, Suzie Léger, Wolfgang Lehrner, Paul Leitner, Alfred Lenz, Ernst Logar, Constantin Luser, Alexander Martinz, Lukas Matuschek, Martina Menegon, Milan Mladenovic, Julie Monaco, Leo Münch, Wolfgang Obermair, Niki Passath, Tobias Pilz, Leonard Prochazka, Ulla Rauter, Marie Reichel, Barbis Ruder, Martin Schlögl, Björn Segschneider, Darja Shatalova, Marianne Stalhös, Sarah Steiner, Lisa Truttmann, Alireza Toghiyani, Anna Vasof, André Wagner, Marit Wolters, Suchart Wannaset, Anna Zilahi, Anna Zwingl, Tomasz Vollmann, Kollektiv perlimpinpin, monotron 4-5- plus, Astrid Sodomka & Tabitha Dattinger & Pamina Plauder, Loretta Fahrenholz, Clara Agnelli, Krüger & Pardeller
Duration of the Exhibition: 20 01 – 22 04 2017
Curatored from: Brigitte Kowanz & Peter Kozek
Exhibition, Performances, Soundinterventions
With works by graduates, students, and teachers of Transmedia Art
THE FUSION AND COMBINATION OF TWO DIFFERENT APPROACHES – THE SENSUAL AND THE CONCEPTUAL
The term transmediality signifies that media can be viewed as diverse, incomplete, and interwoven. This openness of media implies that a multitude of possibilities can be called upon.
Furthermore, transmediality rejects strict borders between different disciplines in the visual arts while encouraging transdisciplinary approaches – for example, overlaps and tangents with the sciences, technology, or philosophy.
Experimental strategies are therefore central to the artistic practice, which always must be coupled with critical reflection and discourse. Such a way of working conceives processuality and performativity as potential forms of artistic methodology. This approach thrives on the social and political embeddedness of art, revealing the prospect of seeing art as action and communication.
The exhibition of Transmedia Art is organised into two parts. Both are set up as a mix of selected works by students, graduates, and contributions by the current artistic team of the Department of Transmedia Art.
A performance and music/sound programme serve as a transitional link between the two exhibition phases.