Das Haus als Wirt
21.06.-07.10.18As a collaborative artist duo, Anita Fuchs and Resa Pernthaller explore temporary interventions in the urban space, nomadic collective processes, and all manner of nature art. Their projects often begin with an ‘actionist’ approach: road trips that transfer plants across several states, the transportation of trees from a research station, or the sowing of a field with historical seeds. These ‘action art’ events are associated with contemporary societal topics such as climate change, terrorism, migration, history, global economies, and politics.
It’s Not Me, It’s a Photograph
Some Plant Volatiles
12.04.-10.06.18Since the early 1990s Jochen Lempert (born 1958; lives in Hamburg) has produced a growing body of work comprised of nature and animal photographs which he is continually reorganising and expanding in his exhibitions and books. His photographs look at the way in which living systems manifest themselves from a scientific perspective, their arrangements and their autopoiesis.
How to Occupy a Shipwreck
25.01.-02.04.18In films and works in the public space Oliver Ressler explores topics such as the economy, democracy, climate change, forms of resistance, and social alternatives. His works are based on extensive research, and their implementation is highly elaborate. The KUNST HAUS WIEN Garage is showing four films from the series Everything’s coming together while everything’s falling apart, which documents pivotal moments in the climate change movement,
Visions of Nature
13.09.17-18.02.18The exhibition Visions of Nature combines artistic positions that make use of the medium of photography and video to explore means of representing nature, its visual construction and deconstruction, and ways in which human beings approach and distance themselves from the environment in the Anthropocene ...
The Big Invisible
Curated by Jade Niklai & Yasmine Ostendorf
19.10.17-14.01.18Works by John Gerrard, Markus Hoffmann, Hanna Husberg, Markus Jeschaunig, Pei-Ying Lin