Artist Mira Loew’s practice investigates shifting relations between bodies and space through photography and choreographic explorations. Movement as Material presents a body of work that focuses on movement as it is instigated and maintained by bodies navigating spaces, and spaces activated by bodies. The works here capture the dynamic nature of these shifting relations, their instabilities and excesses.
The exhibited photographs are a collection of traces that narrate the complexity of adjustments made in the relations between to spaces, objects and encounters. The exhibition expands on Loew’s Positionierungen/ Positionings series; Positionings is a long term project that explores how a body claims a space through its navigations and positions.
The Open Dinner, an evening with conversation, is a collaboration with London / Vienna based artist run collective Salon Flux & Franziska Zaida Schrammel. It aims to offer a platform for exchange, inquiry and debate between the artists and the audience.
We will provide a vegetarian stew and some drinks but invite all guests to bring an offering to the table. This might be a dessert, a bottle of wine, a side dish, or what ever else comes to mind.