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H ow can one approach a particular place, how can one describe a place and, at the same time, inscribe oneself into it; how can one bring out the pecu-

liarities of the place whilst still focusing on and comprehending one’s own existence as an artist? These are the questions explored by the visual artist Ida-Marie Corell in her A.I.R. project THE ARTIST IS RESIDENT, that has now been published as a book and that Florian Werner takes to derive the theme for the year, INSIDE, providing an insight into the hotel structure and its specific conditions. Ida-Marie Corell’s approach is divided into several different phases, informed, to begin with, by a circumspection which, manifested in the term “Resident”, also bears hints of “Resistant”. The question of total abandonment and the necessary resistance permeates the entire publication, explored by the artist in three topic areas. LOST IN LOCATION marks the start and the tentative approach to the hotel as a place, DREAM AND ISOLATION the deceptive state of having arrived, and FOUND IN CAMOUFLAGE subtle infiltration as a form of closeness to the place coupled with a resistant stance. Parallel to this, as a subtext to the book, the artist negotiates questions concerning the mechanisms of self-dis- covery, answering them with different forms of self-presentation. Ida-Marie Corell’s presence in the hotel represents nothing but the attempt at appropriation with the aid of the devices of irony and actionism. But much more so, and indeed foremost, the book is an in-depth and wonderful portrait of the place itself. Ida-Marie Corell’s project fits seamlessly into a series of artworks – site-specific interventions – which meanwhile run through the entire hotel like a red thread, being readable as a comment on the significance and function of the place and, slowly but surely, beginning to change the hotel’s identity.

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of the place and, slowly but surely, beginning to change the hotel’s identity. section.a, editor and

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Contents

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KUNSTqUARTIER HOSPIz

10

M ISSION STATEMENT

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DATES 2013/14

12-13

ANNUAL THEME 2013/14

14-15

ART COLLECTION

16-19

IN SITU

20-29

WINTER ExHIBITIONS 2013/14

30-35

OLD ORIGINAL SKI POSTERS

36-39

ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE 2013/14

40-73

I MPRESSUM

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20-29 WINTER ExHIBITIONS 2013/14 30-35 OLD ORIGINAL SKI POSTERS 36-39 ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE 2013/14 40-73 I

10 Kunstquartier Hospiz

introduces itself

IT IS DIvIDED INTO THE FOLLOWING SUB-AREAS:

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HOSPIz GALERIE ST. CHRISTOPH

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HOSPIz ARTIST IN RESIDENCE ON SITE

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HOSPIz ART PRIzE

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ART COLLECTION FLORIAN & URSULA WERNER

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HOSPIz ART PRIzE © NATIONAL ART SCHOOL , SyDNEy

ART PRIzE // ART COLLECTION FLORIAN & URSULA WERNER // HOSPIz ART PRIzE © NATIONAL ART

Mission Statement

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In its approach the KUNSTqUARTIER HOSPIz corresponds with to that of the Arlberg Hospiz Hotel as a traditional, exclusive hotel with a focus on the guests and their well-being. In the KUNSTqUARTIER HOSPIz, the focus is on the artist instead of the guest. Accordingly, all activities at the Kunstquartier Hospiz are based on fair and open principles of community.

In accordance with the tradition of the Brotherhood of St. Christoph, the KUNSTqUARTIER HOSPIz serves the purpose of promoting and making visible a younger generation of artists

at the start of their creative lives. The KUNSTqUARTIER HOSPIz provides access to all artistic directions, from traditional artistic formats to New Media Art.

The multi-layered programme at the KUNSTqUARTIER HOSPIz is as dedi- cated to hotel guests as it is to lovers of art. The KUNSTqUARTIER HOSPIz is dedicated to its regional location, with which it is closely integrated and carries out an active exchange, without losing sight of the international focus.

The KUNSTqUARTIER HOSPIz is another exclusive trademark of the Arlberg Hospiz Hotel.

sight of the international focus. The KUNSTqUARTIER HOSPIz is another exclusive trademark of the Arlberg Hospiz

12 Dates 2013/14

December 2013-April 2014

Winter Exhibitions 2013/14

IDA-MARIE CORELL //DE | PASSAGE

KAy WALKOWIAK // AT | MEDIA ROOM

“FREEDOM” //CH | OLD SAUNA

“ART POSTER ExHIBITION” //OLD ORIGINAL SKI

POSTERS “FROM AUSTRIA AND SWITzERLAND” | PASSAGE

A.I.R. 2012/13 GROUP ExHIBITION

In situ & Sculpture 2013/14

FRANzISKUS WENDELS //DE

ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT

ISABEL HAASE & KIRSTEN HELFRICH // AT | DE

CHRISTIAN HUTzINGER // AT

FEDERICO vIvARELLI //AU

LENA LAPSCHINA //RU

HAASE & KIRSTEN HELFRICH // AT | DE CHRISTIAN HUTzINGER // AT FEDERICO vIvARELLI // AU

Dates 2013/14 December 2013-april 2014

13

Artists in Residence 2013/14

30/11/2013–17/12/2013

JOHANNA BRAUN // AT

08/12/2013–22/12/2013

zORA vOLANTES //DE

05/01/2014–19/01/2014

ANDREAS DUSCHA //DE

10/01/2014–23/01/2014

ALDO GIANOTTI //IT

20/01/2014–02/02/2014

SIGURD LARSEN //DK

24/01/2014–09/02/2014

JIAJIA zHANG //CN

07/02/2014–22/02/2014

LEA TITz // AT

16/02/2014–02/03/2014

HILDE FUCHS // AT

23/02/2014–08/03/2014

EvA KEES // AT

01/03/2014–16/03/2014

CATHERINE GFELLER //CH

09/03/2014–23/03/2014

DANIEL FRANz RAPPITSCH // AT

16/03/2014–30/03/2014

SAMUEL SCHAAB //DE

29/03/2014–13/04/2014

HANS PANSCHAR //DE

13/04/2014–27/04/2014

BRIGITTA REUTER & HUBERT HASLER // AT

13/04/2014–27/04/2014

CHRISTIAN RUPP // AT

01/09/2014–21/09/2014

ROSWITHA SCHULLER & MARKUS HANAKAM // AT | DE

08/09/2014–30/09/2014

FRANz RIEDL // AT

Florian Werner has opened his 70 m 2 studio and made it available to 19 national and international artists. The artists paint and relax on site in the Hospiz for one week each. Each day from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., the artists provide guests of the Hospiz studio insights into their work and look forward to in- teresting discussions and an invigorating exchange of opinions.

14 Annual Theme 2013/14

Inside

ART IN THE PASSAGE

IDA-MARIE CORELL //DE “ART POSTER ExHIBITION”

ART IN THE BASEMENT

FRANzISKUS WENDELS //DE

ART IN THE STAIRCASE

LENA LAPSCHINA //RU

ART IN THE COLLECTION ROOM

PETER NIKOLAUS HEIKENWäLDER //DE KATE TERRy //UK

ART IN THE OLD SAUNA

FREEDOM //CH

ART IN THE GARAGE

FLORIAN WERNER // AT

ART IN THE SPORT & SPA

A.I.R. 2012/13 GROUP ExHIBITION

ART IN THE POOL

KIRSTEN HELFRICH //DE ISABEL HAASE //DE

ART IN THE MEDIA ROOM

KAy WALKOWIAK // AT

ART IN THE NEW SAUNA

OTTMAR HöRL //DE CHRISTIAN HUTzINGER // AT

ART IN THE FOYER

ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT

ART IN THE SkICLUB STUBE

LIzzy FIDLER // AT

ART AT THE BAR

ROLAND ADLASSNIG // AT

ART IN THE PARkING LOT

FLORIAN SENN // AT AMARyLLIS BATAILLE //F

// AT ART AT THE BAR ROLAND ADLASSNIG // AT ART IN THE PARkING LOT FLORIAN

aNNUal tHeme 2012/13 iNsiDe

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HOSPIZ ART PRIZE

Is awarded annually in November by the kUNSTqUARTIER HOSPIZ.

2009

PETER NIKOLAUS HEIKENWäLDER //DE

2010

ANNA LEHMANN-BRAUNS //DE

2011

ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT

2012

MARIA ANWANDER // AT

2013

IDA-MARIE CORELL //DE

HOSPIZ NAS RESIDENCY AWARD

Is awarded annually in December by the National Art School in Sydney, Australia.

2008

J ANICE H EBERLING // AU

2009

GABRIELLA MAKOvINA //AU

2010

SOPHIE CAPE //AU ANNAMARIE DzENDROWSKyJ //AU

2011

FEDERICO vIvARELLI //AU

2012

SOPHIE HOPMEIER //AU

CAPE // AU ANNAMARIE DzENDROWSKyJ // AU 2 0 1 1 FEDERICO vIvARELLI // AU 2012

16 Art Collection

Florian & Ursula Werner

A

ADLASSNIG ROLAND // AT

 

ANWANDER MARIA // AT

ANzINGER SIEGFRIED // AT

AMANN BERNHARD // AT

B

BARSUGLIA ALFREDO // AT

 

BECHTOLD GOTTFRIED //AT BESA //DE

BRODNER LINDE // AT

C

CHyTILEK EvA // AT

 

CORELL IDA-MARIE //DE

D

DIEM GERHARD // AT

E

EvA & ADELE //DE

F

FIDLER LIzzy // AT

 

FILL HANNES // AT

FIORENzA CRISTINA //AT

FLORIAN WALTER //DE

// DE F FIDLER LIzzy // AT   FILL HANNES // AT FIORENzA CRISTINA // AT

art collectioN floriaN & UrsUla werNer

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GORMLEy ANTONy //UK

 

GRISS ILONA // AT

H

HAASE ISABEL //DE

 

HANAKAM MARKUS // DE & SCHULLER ROSWITHA // AT

HAUSEGGER MARLENE //AT

vON HASSEL MICHAEL //DE

HEIKE HERDA // AT

HEIKENWäLDER PETER N. //DE

HEINzLE REGINE //AT

HEISS LUISE // AT

HELFRICH KIRSTEN //DE

HUBER USCHI // AT

HOFFMANN JULIAN //DE

HUTzINGER CHRISTIAN // AT

k

KAUFMAN STEvE //USA

 

KASIMIR JAKOB // AT

KRABICHLER LISA // AT

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LASSER INGE // AT

 

LEHMANN-BRAUNS ANNA //DE

LEISSING EDGAR // AT

KRABICHLER LISA // AT L LASSER INGE // AT   LEHMANN-BRAUNS ANNA // DE LEISSING EDGAR

18 art collectioN floriaN & UrsUla werNer

M

MAASS DIERK //DE

 

MACULAN LIES // AT

MAIR HANNES // AT

MAJO MAxIMILIAN // AT

MALL ISOLDE // AT

MARSILIUS //DE

MäRzENDORFER CLAUDIA // AT

MELLE CHRISTL //DE

MIJATOvIC SvETLANA // AT

MOLL LUKAS // AT

MURAKAMI TAKASHI //JP

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NACHTWEy BENJAMIN //DE

 

NAGEL HELGA // AT

NORTON LARRy //SA

NOvELLO PATRICIA //IT

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PASqUALINI ANDREAS // AT

 

POHL RICARDA MARIA //DE

R

RÜTzLER KLARA // AT

PATRICIA // IT P PASqUALINI ANDREAS // AT   POHL RICARDA MARIA // DE R RÜTzLER

art collectioN floriaN & UrsUla werNer

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SANDHOLzER LUCIA // AT

 

SCHAPIRO STEvE //USA

SCHIMPFöSSL LORENz // AT

SPISS PEPPI // AT

STRAFANSTALT SAxERRIET – GRUPPENARBEIT MIT THOMAS PITSCH //CH

T

TERRy KATE // UK

 

THIES DENNIS //DE

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UIBERREITHER vOLKER // AT

v

vIvARELLI FEDERICO //AU

 

vORWAGNER SyLvIA // AT

4

GRAzIEN // AT

W

WALTNER PETER //AT

 

WERNER FLORIAN // AT

WINKLER GEBHARD // AT

Z

zIMMERMANN RUDOLF // AT

W WALTNER PETER // AT   WERNER FLORIAN // AT WINKLER GEBHARD // AT Z zIMMERMANN

20 In situ

KIRSTEN HELFRICH / ISABEL HAASE // AT | DE

2 0 In situ KIRSTEN HELFRICH / ISABEL HAASE // AT | DE
2 0 In situ KIRSTEN HELFRICH / ISABEL HAASE // AT | DE

iN sitU

iN sitU 21 KIRSTEN HELFRICH / ISABEL HAASE // AT | DE

21

KIRSTEN HELFRICH / ISABEL HAASE // AT | DE

iN sitU 21 KIRSTEN HELFRICH / ISABEL HAASE // AT | DE

22 iN sitU

LENA LAPSCHINA // RU

22 iN sitU LENA LAPSCHINA // RU
22 iN sitU LENA LAPSCHINA // RU
iN sitU 23 ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT
iN sitU 23 ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT

iN sitU

iN sitU 23 ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT
iN sitU 23 ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT

23

ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT

iN sitU 23 ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT

24 iN sitU

ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT

24 iN sitU ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT
24 iN sitU ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT

iN sitU

iN sitU 25 ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT

25

ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT

iN sitU 25 ALFREDO BARSUGLIA // AT

26 iN sitU

FEDERICO vIvARELLI // AU

26 iN sitU FEDERICO vIvARELLI // AU
26 iN sitU FEDERICO vIvARELLI // AU

iN sitU

iN sitU 27 CHRISTIAN HUTzINGER // AT

27

CHRISTIAN HUTzINGER // AT

iN sitU 27 CHRISTIAN HUTzINGER // AT

28 iN sitU

KIRSTEN HELFRICH “CHRISTOPHORUS ExPLODED” // DE

28 iN sitU KIRSTEN HELFRICH “CHRISTOPHORUS ExPLODED” // DE
28 iN sitU KIRSTEN HELFRICH “CHRISTOPHORUS ExPLODED” // DE

iN sitU

iN sitU 29 FRANzISKUS WENDELS // AT
iN sitU 29 FRANzISKUS WENDELS // AT

29

FRANzISKUS WENDELS // AT

iN sitU 29 FRANzISKUS WENDELS // AT

30 wiNter exHibitioN // passage December 2013–april 2014

30 wiNter exHibitioN // passage December 2013–april 2014 Born 1984 in Munich / Germany Course of

Born 1984 in Munich / Germany

Course of study University of Applied Arts vienna / Austria

Lives and works in vienna / Austria and Berlin / Germany

www.lleroc.com

Ida-Marie Corell

Ida-Marie Corell’s artistic practice is characterised by an

interrogation of consumer culture and its objects. The focus

of attention in recent years was the plastic bag object in its

range of different cultural manifestations and as a distinctive

expression and synonym of a globalised world. With her

current A.I.R. project THE ARTIST IS RESIDENT, the artist

takes an in-depth look behind the scenes of the hotel work-

ings, thereby creating a profound and subtly differentiated

picture of the place itself.

the scenes of the hotel work- ings, thereby creating a profound and subtly differentiated picture of
the scenes of the hotel work- ings, thereby creating a profound and subtly differentiated picture of

32 wiNter exHibitioN // meDia room December 2013–april 2014

wiNter exHibitioN // meDia room December 2013–april 2014 Born 1980 in Salzburg / Austria Kay Walkowiak

Born 1980 in Salzburg / Austria

Kay Walkowiak

Course of study vienna / Austria and Tokyo / Japan

Lives and works in vienna / Austria

 

Kay Walkowiak’s artistic work revolves around the real

www.walkowiak.at

world of objects, while at the same time distancing itself

markedly from the same thanks to its model-like nature.

The cultural empirical knowledge of their viewer always re-

mains inscribed in the objects, a knowledge which charges

them with individual meaning. In the media room, the artist

presents the result of his A.I.R. stay, during which, with the

aid of the film medium, Kay Walkowiak explores the relation-

ship of art and nature based on a minimalist object.

with the aid of the film medium, Kay Walkowiak explores the relation- ship of art and
with the aid of the film medium, Kay Walkowiak explores the relation- ship of art and
with the aid of the film medium, Kay Walkowiak explores the relation- ship of art and
with the aid of the film medium, Kay Walkowiak explores the relation- ship of art and

34 wiNter exHibitioN // olD saUNa December 2013–april 2014

wiNter exHibitioN // olD saUNa December 2013–april 2014 “Freedom” The exhibition in the old sauna area

“Freedom”

The exhibition in the old sauna area features works created

by the inmates of the Saxerriet prison (canton of St. Gallen)

on the topic of “Freedom”. The more than sixty works are

showcased in hanging acrylic glass cubes which create

the impression of a connected installation. The form of the

acrylic glass cubes both protects and makes visible freedom

as a valuable asset.

a connected installation. The form of the acrylic glass cubes both protects and makes visible freedom
a connected installation. The form of the acrylic glass cubes both protects and makes visible freedom
a connected installation. The form of the acrylic glass cubes both protects and makes visible freedom

36 olD origiNal ski posters from aUstria aND switzerlaND” // passage December 2013–april 2014

Background

As alpine sports holidays began to entice the wealthy to the European Alps in the Nineteen

Twenties, so the first ski resorts began commissioning the finest artists of the day to cre-

ate advertising posters to display in travel agencies, railway stations and hotels. Such

early posters allow us a glimpse of a golden age of unspoilt Alpine slopes, wooden skis

and tweed coats.

As time passed and interest in skiing became the global phenomenon it is today, so ski

advertising adapted to suit. In capturing this changing zeitgeist from art deco through to

Sixties psychedelia (‘skidelic’) to the present day, ski posters

offer an affordable art form from our recent past which is

filled with nostalgia. Demand has never been higher, as the

booming auction market shows. Interested buyers are not

the booming auction market shows. Interested buyers are not just skiers fondly remembering a special run

just skiers fondly remembering a special run but art collectors,

hoteliers, chalet owners, investors and even modern resorts

themselves.

The man behind OriginalSkiPosters.com, Russell Johnston,

said: “Original ski posters have become increasingly sought

after, not only because being so rare many continue to esca-

late in value, but also because it’s a great way for skiers to

remember a special holiday or re-live those fabulous experi-

ences on the slopes. Most customers, however, choose to

buy simply because they love a particular poster, image or

ski resort.”

the slopes. Most customers, however, choose to buy simply because they love a particular poster, image

38 olD origiNal ski posters from aUstria aND switzerlaND” // passage December 2013–april 2014

New Release of Archival Original Ski Posters

Russell Johnston went on: “Amazing as it sounds, the Robert W. Johnston

ski poster archive of over a thousand original posters was an attic find.

Originally built by my father, an RAF navigator stationed in post-war Europe,

the collection passed to me in 2004. But I didn’t know about his collection;

he never mentioned it! Nor, to my knowledge, did he ever ski! you can

imagine my somewhat pleasant surprise when I discovered hundreds and

hundreds of these dusty old mailing tubes stacked in the family attic. Since

then I have spent time carefully cataloguing and conserving the archive (a

process which continues to this day), first going online in 2005.”

Because of the painstaking conservation and photographic procedure

required of a paper archive, OriginalSkiPosters.com only release further

posters every other year or so. The general feeling though from those who

have glimpsed it, is that the 2013-2014 vintage is another exceptional one,

featuring rarely seen large scale images of Chamonix, zermatt and Cortina.

amongst others.

OriginalSkiPosters.com respectfully draw your attention to a sneak

respectfully draw your attention to a sneak preview of the following examples from the new release

preview of the following examples from the new release attached to this

email release.

The entire poster archive can be viewed at www.originalskiposters.com.

Originals cost from £400 to £20,000 ($600-$30,000). Bespoke fine art

prints cost £125 ($195) for a full size replica. Each original is guaranteed

to be an original vintage poster and a certificate of Further Information or

Image Enquiries please contact Russell Johnston in the UK at info@origi-

nalskiposters.com or on (00)-(44)-(0)7973 256042; or for publicity contact

Gordon Boreland at altisidora@btconnect.com

Further images or images in higher resolution or alternative formats pro-

vided upon request.

at altisidora@btconnect.com Further images or images in higher resolution or alternative formats pro- vided upon request.

40 Johanna Braun

4 0 Johanna Braun Born 1987 in vienna / Austria Course of study Academy of Fine

Born 1987 in vienna / Austria

Course of study Academy of Fine Arts vienna / Austria

Lives and works in vienna / Austria

Artist in Residence from 30/11–17/12/2013

www.johannabraun.com

Residence from 30/11–17/12/2013 www.johannabraun.com Johanna Braun’s painterly works are expansive and serve as
Residence from 30/11–17/12/2013 www.johannabraun.com Johanna Braun’s painterly works are expansive and serve as

Johanna Braun’s painterly works are expansive and serve as stage settings in which the artist performs. In her paintings, frequently based on historical sources, Johanna Braun herself is regularly the motif. Her action here is in firmly keeping with a feminist tradition (valie Export, Friederike Pezold) which negotiates woman’s role in society and the instru- mentalisation of the female body as a projection surface.

which negotiates woman’s role in society and the instru- mentalisation of the female body as a
which negotiates woman’s role in society and the instru- mentalisation of the female body as a

42 Zora Volantes

4 2 Zora Volantes Born 1971 in Berlin / Germany Course of study Berlin University of

Born 1971 in Berlin / Germany

Course of study Berlin University of the Arts and Academy of Fine Arts vienna / Austria

Lives and works in Berlin / Germany

Artist in Residence from 08/12–22/12/2013

www.zora-volantes.com

Residence from 08/12–22/12/2013 www.zora-volantes.com zora volantes’ work is situated in the realm between

zora volantes’ work is situated in the realm between paint- ing, object and performance, with numerous intersections. The interplay of the effect inherent in the picture and the outward effect of colours and materials and the influence on the spatial setting are key themes in the work of zora volantes. Her works of painting are informed by the interplay of abstraction and figuration.

themes in the work of zora volantes. Her works of painting are informed by the interplay
themes in the work of zora volantes. Her works of painting are informed by the interplay

44 Andreas Duscha

4 4 Andreas Duscha Born 1976 in Heidenheim, Brenz / Germany Course of study Academy of

Born 1976 in Heidenheim, Brenz / Germany

Course of study Academy of Fine Arts vienna / Austria

Lives and works in vienna / Austria

Artist in Residence from 05/01–19/01/2014

www.andreasduscha.com

in Residence from 05/01–19/01/2014 www.andreasduscha.com Andreas Duscha’s artistic work could be referred to as a

Andreas Duscha’s artistic work could be referred to as a continuous teasing out of a range of socio-political concerns. He approaches his topics in intensive research, filtering out the underlying mechanisms of construction and transforming them by means of sophisticated conceptual strategies into complex artworks invested with smug commentary. Photography and various print techniques, some quite intricate, are his customary media vehicles.

With H.a.i.r. oN site, Florian Werner expands his residency programme, inviting one artist every year to create a photographic portrait of the hotel, its interior, its exterior, its stories and peculiarities. The aim is to create an ongoing artistic documentation of this extraordinary place.

its stories and peculiarities. The aim is to create an ongoing artistic documentation of this extraordinary
its stories and peculiarities. The aim is to create an ongoing artistic documentation of this extraordinary
its stories and peculiarities. The aim is to create an ongoing artistic documentation of this extraordinary
its stories and peculiarities. The aim is to create an ongoing artistic documentation of this extraordinary

46 Aldo Gianotti

4 6 Aldo Gianotti Born 1977 in Genua / Italy Course of study Carrara Academy of

Born 1977 in Genua / Italy

Course of study Carrara Academy of Fine Arts and Academy of Fine Arts vienna / Austria

Lives and works in vienna / Austria

Artist in Residence from 10/01–23/01/2014

www.aldogiannotti.com

Residence from 10/01–23/01/2014 www.aldogiannotti.com Aldo Gianotti’s works very often consist of a
Residence from 10/01–23/01/2014 www.aldogiannotti.com Aldo Gianotti’s works very often consist of a

Aldo Gianotti’s works very often consist of a performance-based approach to conditions of society. An incessant interrogation of the subject’s position in societal structures is the starting point of Gianotti’s – always humorous – examinations, in which he prefers to use public space as a field for experimental set-ups, with the final presentation taking the form of a photoseries, video and/or object.

as a field for experimental set-ups, with the final presentation taking the form of a photoseries,

48 Sigurd Larsen

4 8 Sigurd Larsen Born 1981 in Odense / Denmark Course of study Royal Academy of

Born 1981 in Odense / Denmark

Course of study Royal Academy of Fine Arts and School of Architecture in Copenhagen / Denmark

Lives and works in Berlin / Germany

Artist in Residence from 20/01–02/02/2014

www.sigurdlarsen.eu

in Residence from 20/01–02/02/2014 www.sigurdlarsen.eu Sigurd Larsen is an architect, designer and visual artist
in Residence from 20/01–02/02/2014 www.sigurdlarsen.eu Sigurd Larsen is an architect, designer and visual artist

Sigurd Larsen is an architect, designer and visual artist and lives in Berlin. His artwork is inseparable from his other activities. Indeed, the various spheres intermingle and serve as mutual references. His sculptural works can be inter- preted as architectural models and furniture-style designs in equal measure, with the boundaries between applied and autonomous art production apparently annulled.

designs in equal measure, with the boundaries between applied and autonomous art production apparently annulled.
designs in equal measure, with the boundaries between applied and autonomous art production apparently annulled.

50 Jiajia Zhang

5 0 Jiajia Zhang Born 1981 in Hefei / China Course of study Architecture at ETH

Born 1981 in Hefei / China

Course of study Architecture at ETH Zürich / CH and General Studies program at ICP (International Center of Photography) in New York / USA

Lives and works in St. Gallen / CH and in New York / USA

Artist in Residence from 24/01–09/02/2014

www.jiajiazhang.com

in Residence from 24/01–09/02/2014 www.jiajiazhang.com Jiajia zhang explores the phenomenon of everyday life. Her

Jiajia zhang explores the phenomenon of everyday life. Her photographic gaze is trained on details and side-shows of cathedrals of consumption. Her photographs, often in the style of details, of cleared-out shop windows create the impression of having caught a glimpse behind the scenes, of having seen the underlying structure, while they also form the surface of the image. The photographs raise questions as to cultural mechanisms of representation.

they also form the surface of the image. The photographs raise questions as to cultural mechanisms
they also form the surface of the image. The photographs raise questions as to cultural mechanisms
they also form the surface of the image. The photographs raise questions as to cultural mechanisms

52 Lea Titz

5 2 Lea Titz Born 1981 in Graz / Austria Course of study University of Applied

Born 1981 in Graz / Austria

Course of study University of Applied Arts vienna / Austria

Lives and works in vienna / Austria

Artist in Residence from 07/02–22/02/2014

www.leatitz.com

Artist in Residence from 07/02–22/02/2014 www.leatitz.com Lea Titz’s conceptual work, dominated by the photography
Artist in Residence from 07/02–22/02/2014 www.leatitz.com Lea Titz’s conceptual work, dominated by the photography
Artist in Residence from 07/02–22/02/2014 www.leatitz.com Lea Titz’s conceptual work, dominated by the photography

Lea Titz’s conceptual work, dominated by the photography medium, constitutes an incessant examination of the con- cept of reality. Different levels of experiencing reality and the associated degree of authenticity are exchanged by the artist in her manipulation of various photographs (including found footage), thus subtly changing valences of (lived) experience.

in her manipulation of various photographs (including found footage), thus subtly changing valences of (lived) experience.
in her manipulation of various photographs (including found footage), thus subtly changing valences of (lived) experience.
in her manipulation of various photographs (including found footage), thus subtly changing valences of (lived) experience.

54 Hilde Fuchs

5 4 Hilde Fuchs Born 1964 in Orth an der Donau / Austria Course of study

Born 1964 in Orth an der Donau / Austria

Course of study Academy of Applied Arts vienna / Austria

Lives and works in vienna / Austria

Artist in Residence from 16/02–02/03/2014

vienna / Austria Artist in Residence from 16/02–02/03/2014 Hilde Fuchs’s artwork is situated at the intersection
vienna / Austria Artist in Residence from 16/02–02/03/2014 Hilde Fuchs’s artwork is situated at the intersection

Hilde Fuchs’s artwork is situated at the intersection of theatre work, per- formance and visual art. Her interventions make selective use of forms of everyday life and are embedded in social spaces, negotiating issues of marginalised social groups (among others, she has worked with punks and homeless people). The term “social sculpture” in the best sense sums up the essence of Hilde Fuchs’s works.

and homeless people). The term “social sculpture” in the best sense sums up the essence of
and homeless people). The term “social sculpture” in the best sense sums up the essence of

56 Eva Kees

5 6 Eva Kees Born 1982 in Bregenz / Austria Course of study Fashion Design in

Born 1982 in Bregenz / Austria

Course of study Fashion Design in Düsseldorf / Germany, degree in Artistic Photography, vienna / Austria

Lives and works in vienna / Austria and New York / USA

Artist in Residence from 23/02–08/03/2014

www.evakees.com

Artist in Residence from 23/02–08/03/2014 www.evakees.com Artist Eva Kees’s preferred medium is photography. Her
Artist in Residence from 23/02–08/03/2014 www.evakees.com Artist Eva Kees’s preferred medium is photography. Her

Artist Eva Kees’s preferred medium is photography. Her works range from classical still life to object photography and documentary social photography. The central motif, however, is her own image. The artist uses staged images, in which she incorporates a wide variety of different objects, to create certain atmospheres and focus consciously on conventional forms of representation.

variety of different objects, to create certain atmospheres and focus consciously on conventional forms of representation.

58 Catherine Gfeller

5 8 Catherine Gfeller Born 1966 in Neuchâtel / Switzerland Course of study Universities of Neuchâtel

Born 1966 in Neuchâtel / Switzerland

Course of study Universities of Neuchâtel and Lausanne / Switzerland

Lives and works in Paris and the south of France / France

Artist in Residence from 01/03–16/03/2014

www.catherinegfeller.com

Residence from 01/03–16/03/2014 www.catherinegfeller.com In her works, Catherine Gfeller examines and visualises
Residence from 01/03–16/03/2014 www.catherinegfeller.com In her works, Catherine Gfeller examines and visualises

In her works, Catherine Gfeller examines and visualises states of being in various manifestations. Her photographic and video works, in which she focuses on scenes of everyday life in details and fragments, serve atmospherically to condense urban and human bodies. The wealth of views of private and public scenes amounts to a surgical dissection of the situations under scrutiny, revealing information about the underlying structures constituting the image.

dissection of the situations under scrutiny, revealing information about the underlying structures constituting the image.

60 Daniel Franz Rappitsch

6 0 Daniel Franz Rappitsch Born 1984 in Wolfsberg / Austria Course of study University of

Born 1984 in Wolfsberg / Austria

Course of study University of Art and Design Linz / Austria

Lives and works in Linz / Austria

Artist in Residence from 09/03–23/03 /2014

www.danielfranzrappitsch.com

from 09/03–23/03 /2014 www.danielfranzrappitsch.com In terms of both style and material, art student Daniel

In terms of both style and material, art student Daniel Franz Rappitsch combines different layers of time and visual worlds in his paintings and collages. In some cases, the motifs in his works of painting have a far more expressive gesture, broken by constructivist elements so as to create composi- tional tension. He blends these different styles and forms of expression to create astonishing languages of form which join together in the motifs to form statements on social conditions or individual visions of the future, that, often drawing on found footage, give rise to a retro aesthetic.

conditions or individual visions of the future, that, often drawing on found footage, give rise to
conditions or individual visions of the future, that, often drawing on found footage, give rise to
conditions or individual visions of the future, that, often drawing on found footage, give rise to

62 Samuel Schaab

6 2 Samuel Schaab Born 1981 in Starnberg / Germany Course of study University of Applied

Born 1981 in Starnberg / Germany

Course of study University of Applied Arts vienna (Bernhard Leitner, Erwin Wurm) / Austria

Lives and works in vienna / Austria

Artist in Residence from 16/03–30/03/2014

www.samuelschaabfrequenz.com

from 16/03–30/03/2014 www.samuelschaabfrequenz.com The starting point of Samuel Schaab’s sculptural works and
from 16/03–30/03/2014 www.samuelschaabfrequenz.com The starting point of Samuel Schaab’s sculptural works and
from 16/03–30/03/2014 www.samuelschaabfrequenz.com The starting point of Samuel Schaab’s sculptural works and

The starting point of Samuel Schaab’s sculptural works and spatial interven- tions is the material itself, that provides information about the possibilities of artistic formation. The artist puts this into new functional contexts and combinations in search of the appropriate expression in each particular case. Sound frequently plays a key role, embodying aspects of change and temporality.

expression in each particular case. Sound frequently plays a key role, embodying aspects of change and

64 Hans Panschar

6 4 Hans Panschar Born 1962 in Munich / Germany Course of study Munich College of

Born 1962 in Munich / Germany

Course of study Munich College of Design / Germany

Lives and works in Berg am Starnberger See / Germany

Artist in Residence from 29/03–13/04/2014

www.hanspanschar.de

in Residence from 29/03–13/04/2014 www.hanspanschar.de Hans Panschar’s artistic trademark is arguably most likely

Hans Panschar’s artistic trademark is arguably most likely that of a duality which joins together to form a whole. The trained boat-builder and carpenter has taken the wood me- dium as his artistic material, searching for the essence of this organic raw material, exploring how he can approach and build on it in his art, and thus where the cultural inter- vention begins. However, he also combines wood with other materials, for example contrasting it with concrete, neverthe- less creating aesthetically uniform and complementary objects. For all its reduction, the language of forms is ex- tremely narrative, with positive and negative forms combining to create a new, poetic unity.

the language of forms is ex- tremely narrative, with positive and negative forms combining to create
the language of forms is ex- tremely narrative, with positive and negative forms combining to create

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6 6 Born 1955 in Maria Lankowitz / Austria Course of study Graz Academy of Photography

Born

1955 in

Maria Lankowitz / Austria

Course of study Graz Academy of Photography / Austria

Lives and works Munich / Germany

of Photography / Austria Lives and works Munich / Germany Born 1975 in Bruck an der

Born

1975 in

Bruck an der Mur / Austria

Course of study School of Artistic Photography vienna / Austria, master florist, Straubing / Germany

Lives and works Munich / Germany

Artist in Residence from 13/04–27/04/2014

www.hblankowitz.de

in Residence from 13/04–27/04/2014 www.hblankowitz.de hb-lankowitz For hb-lankowitz (Hubert Hasler and Brigitta

hb-lankowitz

For hb-lankowitz (Hubert Hasler and Brigitta Reuter) the complex exploration of photog- raphy is based on an extremely broad use of the medium. Alongside more documentary- style photographs, which assume a mystic aspect due to perspectives or exposure, they often enact still lifes and landscapes, fre- quently appearing themselves in their scen- eries. The motifs are often of an absurd, sur- realist nature, detaching the photographic image from its everyday use and turning it into an individualised artistic tool.

nature, detaching the photographic image from its everyday use and turning it into an individualised artistic
nature, detaching the photographic image from its everyday use and turning it into an individualised artistic

68 Christian Rupp

6 8 Christian Rupp Born 1970 in vienna / Austria Course of study University of Applied

Born 1970 in vienna / Austria

Course of study University of Applied Arts vienna and vienna University of Technology / Austria

Lives and works in vienna / Austria

Artist in Residence from 13/04–27/04/2014

www.christian-rupp.com

Christian Rupp’s artwork is based upon mechanisms of appropriation and alienation of everyday objects of advertising and daily use. As an example, he took established lo- gos to create a complete alphabet, using this as work material for a variety of artistic proj- ects. By stringing them together, he circum- scribes the intended meaning of the indi- vidual symbols, thus questioning the mechanisms of consumer culture.

he circum- scribes the intended meaning of the indi- vidual symbols, thus questioning the mechanisms of
he circum- scribes the intended meaning of the indi- vidual symbols, thus questioning the mechanisms of
he circum- scribes the intended meaning of the indi- vidual symbols, thus questioning the mechanisms of
he circum- scribes the intended meaning of the indi- vidual symbols, thus questioning the mechanisms of
he circum- scribes the intended meaning of the indi- vidual symbols, thus questioning the mechanisms of

70 Roswitha Schuller & Markus Hanakam

7 0 Roswitha Schuller & Markus Hanakam Born 1984 Friesach / Austria Course of study University

Born

1984

Friesach / Austria

Course of study University of Applied Arts vienna / Austria

Lives and works in vienna / Austria

Arts vienna / Austria Lives and works in vienna / Austria Born 1979 Essen / Germany

Born

1979

Essen / Germany

Course of study University of Applied Arts vienna / Austria

Lives and works in vienna / Austria

Artist in Residence from 01/09–21/09/2014

www.hanakam-schuller.com

Residence from 01/09–21/09/2014 www.hanakam-schuller.com The two vienna-based artists work on the boundary of a wide
Residence from 01/09–21/09/2014 www.hanakam-schuller.com The two vienna-based artists work on the boundary of a wide

The two vienna-based artists work on the boundary of a wide range of media. They make use of the video medium as easily as they create sculptural works with incredible naturalness. Sculptural objects feature recurrently in their mysterious – narrative – filmic video works (road movies), be it in the film setting itself as real objects or be it as ani- mated objects often laid over and thwarting the film. In so doing, they lend to these objects, formally reminiscent of everyday objects, character traits – as well as names and stories.

they lend to these objects, formally reminiscent of everyday objects, character traits – as well as
they lend to these objects, formally reminiscent of everyday objects, character traits – as well as

72 Franz Riedl

7 2 Franz Riedl Born 1976 in Bad Ischl / Austria Course of study University of

Born 1976 in Bad Ischl / Austria

Course of study University of Art and Design Linz and Academy of Fine Arts vienna / Austria

Lives and works in vienna / Austria

Artist in Residence from 08/09–30/09/2014

www.franzriedl.com

in Residence from 08/09–30/09/2014 www.franzriedl.com The transition between or the dynamic context of surface and

The transition between or the dynamic context of surface and space plays a central role in Franz Riedl’s artwork. Be it spatial installation, paper works or graphical interventions in photographs, his examination revolves recurrently around confounding the boundary between the second and third dimension and thus repositioning our conception of it. Street plans, architectural drawings, the grids, positional markers and structuring mechanisms used in them, are just some of the parameters relevant to the artist’s examination.

markers and structuring mechanisms used in them, are just some of the parameters relevant to the
markers and structuring mechanisms used in them, are just some of the parameters relevant to the

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