UNKNOWN FAMILIARS - Group Exhibition at Leopold Museum 2024, Austria
08.05.2024–06.10.2024
Unknown Familiars places the unknown in the room. The highlights presented at the Leopold Museum
bring together six collections for the first time as part of the 200th anniversary of Wiener Städtische Versicherungsverein.
Curated by Philippe Batka & Vanesssa Joan Müller



Artist Talk at the Accademia di Belle Arti G. Carrara Bergamo, 2024, Italy
Concatenations, readings, doubts: Artist talk 14th May 2024, 2 p.m.
Following by a screening of 'The fortune you seek is in another cookie'
at Accademia di Belle Arti G. Carrara Bergamo, Italy

 

Theatre intervention 'Echte Tiroler Rindsrevue' in the framework TKI Open 24 Tirol, Austria
collective work by Academy of Fine Brass, Sebastian Brauneis, Johannes Gierlinger, Georg Haider,
Marlene Hauser, Maschinenring Lienz, Juli Müllner, Johanna Steindl, Katarina Maria Trenk, and many more.

 

'reliéf Relief' at Super Natur - Art at the Iron Curtain Trail -  Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Niederösterreich, 2024
curated by Ursula Maria Probst, Martin Wagner, Alexandra Berlinger
Opening 8th of June, 2024 - Public space at Angern an der March & Drösing.
w/ Art in public space projects by Sascha Henken (Kollektiv Plus X), Stefanie Rittler, mischer’traxler.
Filmwork 'reliéf Relief'  by Johannes Gierlinger & Mira Klug.

 

Limburg Biënnale, Marres House of Contemporary Culture Maastricht, 2024
29 Jun 2024 — 25 Aug 2024
Group Exhibition at Marres House of Contemporary Culture Maastricht
in collaboration with Odapark, Venray.



Museum der Moderne Salzburg - Der Raum in unseren Köpfen / Body Space 2024, Austria
October 10, 2024 – February 2, 2025, Mönchsberg, level 3
This series of exhibitions cuts across different periods and different media to address these questions, and is founded on two basic motifs: on space as a social structure, and play as a metaphor for social interaction. While the social space is understood as the coexistence and togetherness of human beings – also in relation to Nature – the purpose-free, enjoyable nature of play is seen here as a means of learning the rules and systems of our reality while also thwarting and altering them. By bringing the works in the collections together from this perspective, the Museum enables a comprehensive view of homo ludens and homo socialis, of human beings who experience and shape the world as playful, social beings.
Curated by Stefanie Grünangerl, Barbara Herzog, Doris Leutgeb, Harald Krejci, Christina Penetsdorfer,
Marijana Schneider, Jürgen Tabor, Tina Teufel