Find us in room at 2.43!!
For Parallel 2016 Salon Flux looks at an artist’s house, one in particular. How a house, an artistic, emotional & creative home becomes one artist’s practice. How that home, that practice becomes the backdrop for the artistic making for others.
We investigate an artist’s house as a place that is home to a family and a network of artists, home to the creativity for her & for others. How do you archive a place & the experienced made within it?
How does this place produce identity?
The project is based on collaborative and interdisciplinaray work across generations. We've been looking how identity shifts between the public and the private are performed and inherited.
How do we experience and reflect togetherness in the interconnection of art and live?
Familien Aufstellung is the archive of an Austrian artist. Objects taken from a lifetime’s worth of creative experimentation across forms are presented alongside artistic response to her work. The exhibition explores shared emotional histories & artistic memories through the system of relations they make.
What triggers a history, what produces a present?
Familien Aufstellung is an exhibition that focuses in on imbrication of the real and imagined in our personal histories. Several artists explore family memories and historical facts in the creation of real, reasonable and livable narratives.
The exhibition investigates how we build the collective and personal memories that frame our practices and influence our making.
Jane Frances Dunlop
& special collaborator Günter Schrammel
Artistic direction by David Altweger, Mira Loew
and Franziska Zaida Schrammel
Wed.: 15-18h Performative Installation by Jane Frances Dunlop & Mira Loew
Thur.: 16h join us for coffee & cake
Sat.: 17h Guided Tour by artistic directors